The contribution of waste to sustainable energy, Jan Manders, Dutch Waste Management Association
The implementation of the Waste Framework Directive and other drivers, Andreas Versmann, DG Environment
Potential for greenhouse gas mitigation from waste management within the OECD area, Dr. Andreas Jaron, German Environment Ministry
Global warming factor of MSW management in Europe, Prof. Thomas Christensen, DTU Copenhagen
Determination of biodegradable/fossil part of the waste, Eddy Graauwmans, INDAVER, Belgium
The magic formula: R1 guidance and practical examples how to improve energy efficiency, Hubert de Chefdebien, CNIM (France)
The magic formula: R1 guidance and practical examples how to improve energy efficiency, Carsten Spohn, ITAD (Germany)
District Cooling à la Barcelona, Manel Torrent, Municipality of Barcelona (Direcció de Serveis d’Energia i Qualitat Ambiental)
The new Industrial Emissions Directive and its impact on the “Seville process”, Filip François, DG Environment, European Commission
WtE new projects in Europe and worldwide, Dr. Edmund Fleck, Martin GmbH/ European Suppliers of Waste to Energy Technology (ESWET)
Waste-to-Energy in Canada, John P Foden, Canadian Energy from Waste Coalition
Waste-to-Energy is g r (e) a t (e) – How to communicate this? Paul Davison, Managing Director of Proteus, UK
The Scandinavian success story of WtE – what lessons can be learnt?, Jacob Simonsen, RenoSam (Denmark) & Inge Johansson, Avfall Sverige (Sweden)
INDAVER Plant Visit
It will be held 24th-25th September 2020 in Prague.
In September 2018 CEWEP held its Congress titled Waste-to-Energy: Making Circular Economy Happen.