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11 & 12 SEPT

NEC, BIRMINGHAM

UK's Largest Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition & Conference

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Exhibit

11 & 12 SEPT - NEC, BIRMINGHAM

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Green Investment Group: Sponsors of the Waste To Energy Theatre

Waste to Energy Theatre: Sponsored By Green Investment Group

About Sponsors

Macquarie's Green Investment Group (GIG) is one of the world's largest teams of specialist green investors. Currently active in over 12 countries with more than 350 green energy specialists working globally, GIG is a specialist developer, advisor, sponsor and investor with a mission to accelerate the transition to a greener global economy. Working across a broad spectrum of green energy technologies - from solar and onshore wind, to offshore wind, energy from waste, and storage - GIG has supported 8GW of operational renewable energy capacity to date, delivering projects with a total transaction value of £20 billion.

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    • Wednesday

      speaker

      11.45 - 12.15

      Alessandro Bertacchini

      Decentralized EFW and S2E based on ORC technology

      This seminar brings to light the advantages of using ORC technology in decentralized small/medium Waste To Energy plants. Case studies of existing WTE treating MSW, RDF, Industrial and hazardous waste as well as Sludge to Energy in WWTP will be presented to highlight the benefits for the environment and stakeholders at each level.

      speaker

      13.15 - 13.45

      James Grant

      The future of localised thermal waste treatment facilities.

      The global waste commodity market is in turmoil. Major waste importers including China and Malaysia continue rejecting waste. Alongside growing lack of landfill capacity, rising gate fees, and growing transportation cost. Many companies are increasingly looking for a viable, responsible alternative. What is the future for your sustained business? Discover the solution, small scale, localised thermal treatment plants have been transformed in recent years becoming a highly commercially viable alternative.

      speaker

      15.30 - 16.00

      Peter Svensson

      Maximising Recovery: Waste Storage During EfW Shutdowns

      All energy from waste facilities requires maintenance. This can be planned or unplanned but during those times no waste can be processed through the facility. This often leads to the diversion of waste from recovery to landfill with all the associated effects. We discuss the ways in which this waste of resources is reduced by temporary storage at the EfW plant saving money and resources for operators.