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CEWEP Phoenix Award


The classical myth of the Phoenix, the legendary magic bird that finds new life through fire, is emblematic of the process waste undergoes in a Waste-to-Energy plant.  Read moreexterner Link

The CEWEP Phoenix Award is a bronze sculpture which is presented to eminent individuals for their outstanding contribution to Waste-to-Energy.

The Phoenix Award was designed by Italian artist Maurizio Tazzuti http://www.tazzuti.com/externer Link   


In 2014 CEWEP presented the Phoenix Award to Håkan Rylander, CEO of the SYSAV Waste-to-Energy plant, and Jan Manders, Dutch Waste Management Association, for their commitment and their tireless work explaining Waste-to-Energy’s contribution to society.

Left photo: (right to left) Jan Manders, Ferdinand Kelppmann (President of CEWEP) and Håkan Rylander.

 


The second CEWEP Phoenix Award 2010 was presented to Dr. Ing. Dieter O. Reimann , during the 5th CEWEP Congress in Antwerp, for his contribution to the founding of CEWEP and the technical and scientific development of Waste-to-Energy.  Read moreexterner Link

Right photo: Dr. Ella Stengler, Dr. Ing. Dieter O. Reimann, and Mr. Ferdinand Kleppmann (CEWEP President). 
 



 

The first CEWEP Phoenix Award was presented to Dr. Caroline Jackson MEP, in 2008, for skilfully guiding the Waste Framework Directive through the European Parliament, by highlighting the positive role efficient Waste-to-Energy plants can play in sustainable waste management. 

Left photo: Mr. Jan Manders (CEWEP Deputy President), Dr. Ella Stengler (CEWEP Managing Director) and Dr. Caroline Jackson MEP.

 

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