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SMi’s eagerly awaited 14th Annual Energy from Waste conference will bring together international waste management operators, developers, bankers, private equity financiers, technology providers and industrial end users for two days of intensive networking, discussing developments that are needed in technology, financing and infrastructure to ensure the solutions are available to fast track the growth of the industry worldwide.

With case studies from the leading Energy from Waste plants within UK and Europe the event will give an overall look into all aspects of running a successful facility. We delve deep into both small scale and large scale production and understand the benefits and constraints found within both size projects, in addition to finding out how new innovations can maximise value and optimise investment returns. A focus on how Energy from Waste sits within the UK’s ambition on the road to net zero and how technology within the Carbon capture and storage market is an essential part of that journey. With updates on how legislation and policy can stimulate more investment and how Brexit will affect the future of the market this comprehensive conference remains the an essential calendar date for those in the Energy from Waste community

 

ABLEKUMA NORTH MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY; AFRY; AFRY Solutions UK Limited; Air Liquide; ANDRITZ AG; Andusia Recovered Fuels Limited; Beo Cista Energija Ltd; Biffa plc; Britaniacrest Recycling Ltd; Carbon Clean; CEERE; City of Westminster; CMS Cameron McKenna LLP; CNIM; CNIM group; Coffin Turbo Pump Inc; Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners P/S; Department for Transport; Department of Transport; EGE (Waste to Energy Agency); Energy Management Magazine; Environmental Services Association (ESA); Eqtec Plc; ESA; ESWET – European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology aisbl; Eunomia Research & Consulting Ltd; FCC; FCC Environment; Fortum Petroleum AS; Fortum Power and Heat Polska Sp. z o.o. ; GE; GE Power AG; GE Steam Power; General Electrics Steam Power; Green Investment Group; Helector S.A; HGH Infrared Systems; Hitachi Zosen Inova AG; I-Environment Investment Ltd. (Itochu Group); Itochu Europe Plc; Kalka sf; Keppel Seghers UK; Marguerite Fund; Municipal Holding Company in Krakow; Norsep AS; Pextrusion Ltd.; PGNIG TERMIKA SA; REG, Waste Management Agency; Resiliant Circular; SLR Consulting LTD; SMi Group Ltd; SOLVAir; Sparks AS; Steinmueller Babcock; Suez; Suez International; SUEZ Recycling and recovery UK; SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK Ltd; TG Mess-, Steuer- und Regeltechnik GmbH; The Colonel Trading Limited; Tidy Planet - Energy; Tiru SA; Turboden; Uniper; Valmet Limited ; Veolia; Viridor; W2E-EPS; Westminster City Council; Wheelabrator;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Stuart Hayward-Higham

Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Development Director, SUEZ Recycling and recovery UK

9:10 Case Study - World’s first full-scale CCS plant on Energy from Waste?

Jannicke Gerner Bjerkås

Jannicke Gerner Bjerkås, Director CCS, Fortum Petroleum AS
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• Project details and status; Fortum Oslo Varme’s CCS project
• CCS on EfW and status in Europe
• Impact in the circular economy
• The role of BECCS and carbon removal

9:40 “EPCM delivery in Waste to Energy – A Case Study"

Peter Kling

Peter Kling, Vice President, WtE and Bioenergy Consulting, AFRY Solutions UK Limited

Helen Moon

Helen Moon, Principal Engineer and Project Manager, AFRY

10:10 Case Study - Energy from Waste – The route to decarbonisation

Paul Davies

Paul Davies, Group Development Director, Viridor
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• Energy from waste in the context of Net Zero
• The risks and benefits of carbon pricing
• Investing in recycling
• Carbon Capture and Storage – industry opportunities
• Runcorn case study; creating a net negative cluster with Hynet

10:40 Valmet Waste to Energy Solutions meeting Circular Economy and Net Zero

David Longden

David Longden, Senior Sales Manager, Valmet Limited

Valmet commitment to customers’ climate agenda
CFB and materials recovery: supporting recycling rates
Lowest carbon intensity WtE solution, proven technology and delivery track record
Highest thermal and electrical efficiency mitigating carbon capture costs
Lowest emissions lowering mitigating carbon capture costs

11:10 Morning Coffee

11:40 “All about ash in the Circular Economy”

Martin Bjerregaard

Martin Bjerregaard, Client Services Director, Meldgaard Recycling
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• Recycling ash from Waste-to-Energy is at the heart of circular economy for waste recovery.
• industry latest on ash aggregate recycling opportunities
• optimal metals recovery.
• global ash recycling operations
• future of ash recycling,
• challenges with changing ash quality and opportunities to maximise waste recovery.
 

12:10 Case Study - Decarbonizing EfW in the Netherlands: Lessons learned from Attero’s EfW 2.0

Robert Corijn

Robert Corijn, Marketing Manager, Attero

• Maximizing material recovery: plastics, tetras, metals and cleaned bottom ashes
• Optimizing energy efficiency: combining heat, green gas, CO2-capture and electricity
• Dutch policy development driving decarbonization and recycling: Landfill ban, incineration tax, CO2-tax, EPR and Green Deal Bottom Ashes
 

12:40 SESSION RESERVED FOR MAGALDI POWER

13:10 Networking Lunch

14:10 What makes the most efficient and sustainable WtE plant? – Case Mälarenergi AB

Panu Arola

Panu Arola, Senior Sales Manager, BMH Technology Oy

14:40 Recovering Resources, delivering a sustainable future

Gillian Sinclair

Gillian Sinclair, Head of Development, FCC
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• With Net Zero firmly on the agenda, how can the waste and resources sector step up to this agenda
• What infrastructure does the UK need
• And what is the role for Energy from Waste in delivering circularity
 

15:10 SESSION RESERVED FOR SPONSOR - DALKIA WASTENERGY

Barthelemy Fourment

Barthelemy Fourment, Sales Director, Dalkia Wastenergy

15:40 Afternoon Tea

16:10 Repowering and renewing older EfW facilities

Paul Carey

Paul Carey, Director, MVV Environment Ltd
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• Taking over an old, under invested facility and turning it around
• Building a new facility alongside in limited space
• Integrating the two to form a successful three line EfW CHP facility
• Integration with local tyre manufacturing plant
• Financing options

16:40 A spotlight on decentralised Energy-from-Waste

• an overview of scalable, decentralised Energy-from-Waste (EfW) solutions
• how they meet the UK’s needs for energy recovery from RDF and SRF.
• technical details
• financial summaries
• specifics of the 3t/hr SWIP EfW system as well as the largest 50MWth units
 

Alessandro  Bertacchini

Alessandro Bertacchini, Turboden Sales & Business Development Manager, Turboden

Simon Webb

Simon Webb, Managing Director, Tidy Planet Limited

17:10 Case study - The North London Heat and Power Project – Meeting Today’s Needs and Looking to the Future

• Update on the procurement of the Energy Recovery Facility
• Key technical and performance features of the ERF
• Future proofing the NLHPP and ERF
• Progress on site preparation and enabling works
• Anticipated timetable for delivering the ERF

Euston Ling

Euston Ling, Manager, Planning and Technical Solutions, North London Waste Authority (LB Haringey)
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Jacqueline Fitzgerald

Jacqueline Fitzgerald, Technical Solutions Officer, North London Waste Authority (LB Haringey)

17:40 How can prioritising energy-from-waste policy’s to 2025 cut costs and carbon for UK taxpayers in a “win-win” for economic & environmental recovery

Jacob Hayler

Jacob Hayler , Executive Director, Environmental Services Association (ESA)
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· Continue to drive ambitious recycling and waste prevention
· Remove plastics from the UK’s residual waste stream
· Halt shipping residual waste abroad and instead use it for domestic low carbon heat, electricity, or synthetic fuels
· Minimise all UK waste going to landfill
· Continually reassess national waste treatment capacity and requirements
· Circular new policy that drives investment into EfW infrastructure to meet increased UK demand
· Collaboration across government, with councils, planners, waste and energy industries, to unlock economic, environmental and social benefits of EfW
 

18:10 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

Stuart Hayward-Higham

Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Development Director, SUEZ Recycling and recovery UK

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Alban Forster

Alban Forster, Infrastructure Sector Lead, Europe, SLR Consulting LTD

9:10 Where are the key regions for Energy from Waste growth?

David  Woolford

David Woolford , Principal Consultant, RICARDO ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

• Defining EfW
• Technologies within the definition
• Overview of regional policies supporting growth
• Overview of current regional status
• Summary of key regions for EfW growth
 

9:40 SESSION RESERVED FOR ORMAT TECHNOLOGIES

10:10 Case Study - Belgrade Waste PPP

Stephane Heddesheimer

Stephane Heddesheimer, CEO Poland, Serbia and Central Europe, Suez

• City’s objectives and challenges
• Competitive dialogue as a shaping tool for complex PPPs
• Managing affordability of WtE projects in middle-income countries
• Managing the objectives of circular economy in EU Pre-Accession countries
• Non-recourse financing with IFC and EBRD – navigating the IFIs
• Mitigating the political risk for equity investors in sub-investment grade countries
• A replicable model ?

10:40 Developments in Waste Processing Autoclaves

Adrian Goodbrand

Adrian Goodbrand, Director of Sales & Marketing, Vacuum Furnace Engineering Ltd

• Types of waste streams
• Sterilising
• Basic Operation and Design Considerations
• Pre or post shredding
• Controls and Instrumentation
• Future considerations

11:10 Morning Coffee

11:40 SESSION RESERVED FOR BLU CARBON

12:10 Case Study - Waste-to-Energy in Poland: Key Challenges and Opportunities

Jakub Bator

Jakub Bator, Member of the Management Board, Waste Thermal Treatment Plant Director, Municipal Holding Company in Krakow

• What is the status of MSW management in Poland?
• Challenges Facing the Waste-to-Energy Industry
• How should the government respond to these challenges?
• What are the advantages of developing the WTE industry?
• Conclusions and Recommendations
 

12:40 How to generate your own heat and power with RDF: The solution to small scale EfW from 3.5MW - 50MW.

Joseph Allcott

Joseph Allcott, Managing Director, Novalux Energy Solutions Ltd

• Generating heat and power from RDF makes good economic sense.
• Choosing the right system and business model is paramount to your return on investment.
• How to use waste as fuel and maximise your profits with a Novalux case study of an RDF fuelled Sugimat thermal oil boiler and Turboden Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC).
• As an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company with over ten years of experience and a UK installation team
• Novalux will help you to identify the correct technology for your business with comparisons between steam and thermal oil, alongside examplesof Novalux projects.
 

13:10 Networking Lunch

14:10 A virtual journey through processing RDF into a valuable energy source

- An understanding of the end-to-end process of converting RDF and SRF into energy
- The benefits of thermal oil boilers in comparison to steam alternatives
- An overview of EfW systems and the direct combustion process
- Why smaller-scale, decentralised thermal oil boilers are the way forward for the UK’s RDF and SRF agenda
- The key strategies and technologies that organisations can adopt to generate EfW effectively
 

Alessandro  Bertacchini

Alessandro Bertacchini, Turboden Sales & Business Development Manager, Turboden

Simon Webb

Simon Webb, Managing Director, Tidy Planet Limited

14:40 Case Study - Thailand : a promising context for waste recycling and recovery

Samir  Dendoune

Samir Dendoune, Directeur Upstream Management et Communication, Suez

• Overview of regulatory drivers
• 2 actual business cases
o Power plant project running on industrial waste and supported by authorities under power licence and Feed-In-Tarriff for electricity – project success and running plant
o Circular plastic recycling : from used LDPE films to plastic chips for industries - project success and running plant
 

15:10 A critical view on the investment case for Energy from Waste

Julia Safiullina

Julia Safiullina, Investment Manager, IONA CAPITAL

• The things to look for when assessing an EfW project
• Optimum catchment areas for EfW
• EfW and the Macro Environment

15:40 Afternoon Tea

16:10 An analysis of European environment policy and its implications for waste to energy.

Lighea Speziale

Lighea Speziale, Head of Environment & Technology, CEWEP

16:40 “Waste Incineration BREF: Two Years Later and its effect on the EfW market”

• In December 2019, the JRC, the European Commission’s in-house science service published the revised BREF document for waste incineration.
• This is the Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference document (BREF) whose conclusions must be met within 4 years, no later than December 2023.
• Some countries, such as France, have published revised national regulations to implement these mandatory European BAT conclusions.
• Emissions from Energy-from-Waste plants shall not exceed the BAT Associated Emissions Levels (BATAEL) required by the BREF.
• What is the situation at mid-term?

Christophe Cord'Homme

Christophe Cord'Homme, Development director, CNIM group

17:10 Updates on UK government policy for resources management and waste treatment.

Mark Sommerfeld

Mark Sommerfeld, Policy Analyst, Finance Forum, Renewable Energy Association

• Presentation will highlight increasing Government focus on the role Advanced Conversion Technologies, like gasification and pyrolysis, using waste feedstock might play in decarbonising hard to treat sectors.
• Demonstrate how ACTs are being identified as of strategic importance by the Committee on Climate Change
• Provide updates on recent policy workstreams that might support ACT deployment, including the reforms to the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation, Waste and Resource Strategy and the Governments Biomass Strategy.
• Look at barriers to deployment including changes needed to the environmental permitting regulations.
• Look at key policy lessons the sector needs to take forward, given a difficult history of failed projects.
 

17:40 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

Alban Forster

Alban Forster, Infrastructure Sector Lead, Europe, SLR Consulting LTD

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Sponsors


AFRY

Sponsors
www.afry.com

AFRY is an international engineering and consulting company with decades of experience in biological and thermal waste treatment, energy solutions, landfill design and circular economy projects. We offer consulting, project development and implementation services, including OE and EPCM, covering a range of waste streams, in the UK and international markets. Weblink for Energy from Waste competence: https://afry.com/en/competence/waste-energy?sub_sector=1609


Augean

Sponsors
https://www.augeanplc.com/

Augean is the UK’s leading hazardous waste management operator and the market leader for the treatment and disposal of APCr and Fly Ashes from Energy from Waste and Biomass plants in the UK. We understand the technical challenges when transporting and handling these specialist waste streams and we have the appropriate permits and processes in place to treat many different types of energy plant residues. Augean has processed APCr for over 10 years and today treats and disposes of around 200,000 tonnes of APCr and Fly Ash, and around 40,000 tonnes of hazardous IBA annually at two strategically located facilities in Teesside and near Peterborough. Augean has a proven track record for safely and compliantly collecting and treating hazardous wastes whilst delivering excellent customer service.


BMH Technology

Sponsors
https://www.bmh.fi/

BMH Technology is a Finnish technology and project house rooting back to 1929. We are one of the global leaders in demanding material handling systems and industrial scale TYRANNOSAURUS® waste refining solutions. Our mission is to provide innovative technology that reinforces the use of sustainable fuels, helps customers reduce their CO2 emissions, decreases landfilling as well as increases material recovery and recycling.


Dalkia Wastenergy

Sponsors
https://www.dalkiawastenergy.fr/

Dalkia Wastenergy is a subsidiary of Dalkia within the EDF Group specializing in waste recovery. Since 1922, its expertise resides in design, construction and operation of thermal, biological and materials processing plants. With a reference of 44 plants built worldwide - of which 33 plants based on the rotary kiln technology (European patent held by DWE) – but also 19 Energy-from-Waste plants of various tonnage capacities operated in France, UK and Poland recovering a total of 3,13 million tons of waste each year, Dalkia Wastenergy is one of the leader on its market.


MAGALDI

Sponsors
http://www.magaldi.com



Meldgaard

Sponsors
http://recycling.meldgaard.com/

Meldgaard has more than 25 years’ experience in recycling Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA). Designed in-house by our own engineers, our IBA recycling plants are manufactured as bespoke machinery, meaning we are always one step ahead of the competition in metal recovery, quality of the IBA Aggregate produced, reliability and throughput rates. Globally we offer the full treatment solution or modular components to improve existing treatment performance.


Novalux Energy

Sponsors
http://www.novaluxenergy.com

Novalux Energy install Waste-to-Energy systems, Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC), RDF fuelled boilers and Solar PV for multinational companies and small businesses alike. Having been established in 2010 Novalux works to help businesses benefit from installing renewable technology. As the largest installer of distributed renewable heat and power systems in the UK with our own installation team, Novalux help our customers to identify the correct technology for their business and offer turn-key installation.


Ormat

Sponsors
https://www.ormat.com/en/renewables/reg/main/

At Ormat, we’re always on; delivering renewable power and energy solutions to our customers around the clock and around the world. Clean, reliable energy solutions provided from geothermal, recovered energy, as well as energy storage solutions, is our expertise, commitment and focus. Built on ingenuity and proven experience, Ormat is recognized globally for developing state-of-the-art, environmentally sound power solutions. We design, build and supply power generating equipment for our customers’ geothermal and recovered energy power plants in 30 countries.


RECCO Heilig Group

Sponsors
https://www.nonferrousrecycling.com/

SPECIALIST IN NON FERROUS RECYCLING - NON FERROUS RECYCLING FOR HIGH METAL RECOVERY PROFITS

NON FERROUS RECYCLING FOR HIGH METAL RECOVERY PROFITS

As a specialist in the recovery of non-ferrous metals from slags, or bottom ash (IBA), Recco facilitates a state-of-the-art system that separates the aluminium and heavy metals in 3 grading sizes from residue aggregates. The yield of aluminium and heavy metals we generate with our on-site bottom ash processing installations is, on average, 1,5 % higher than conventional recovery systems, which result in higher revenues when sold to European smelters.

The process of recovering non ferrous metals from incinerator bottom ash is described on the following pages of our website, as well as our services:



Rock Solid

Sponsors
http://www.rocksolidbv.com

‘Rock Solid are major providers of mobile IBA (Incinerator Bottom Ash) management solutions to the Energy from Waste industry, both in the United Kingdom and in mainland Europe. Their UK operations and client base have expanded significantly during the past few years, with a noticeable increase across the last financial year. Rock Solid are proud to list Viridor, MVV, Severn/Mercia Waste and EGECL amongst their current and expanding list of valued UK clients


Sugimat

Sponsors
http://www.sugimat.com

"Sugimat is a company specialized in the design and construction of solutions for the generation of heat from solid waste. It designs tailor-made and turnkey projects that cover all of its phases and that allows the valorization of waste through different combustion systems and water, steam and thermal oil boilers as well as the generation of gases for drying. Sugimat has references in more than 30 countries and more than 3000 projects in our 40 years of life."


Tidy Planet

Sponsors
http://www.tidyplanet.co.uk/energy/

Tidy Planet Energy is a globally operating Energy-from-Waste (EfW) solutions specialist, with over 20 years’ experience within the waste, recycling, and energy-recovery arenas. Together with its international partners, Sugimat and Turboden, Tidy Planet Energy brings the most advanced EfW technology to the UK market – specifically industrial solid waste fuelled boilers, Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems, and decentralised EfW solutions, that meet the UK’s needs for energy recovery from RDF and SRF. Partnering with industry leaders across the world, Tidy Planet Energy offers a range of efficiency-led options, including biomass and solid waste fuelled steam and thermal oil boilers and small waste incineration plants (SWIPs), all of which offer maximum waste throughput and energy output and minimum downtime. The aim of the organisation is to help transform the country’s EfW landscape – assisting in building a robust, decentralised infrastructure, which can cope with the country’s contaminated non-recoverable waste streams, instead of shipping these resources overseas. As a result, the firm believes that by generating heat and recovering the energy to create electricity using unconventional fuels and waste on a more localised scale, this not only helps to reduce transport-related carbon emissions, but it helps to stop energy being lost – enabling it to be utilised to power and heat communities in the UK’s towns and cities.


TURBODEN

Sponsors
http://www.turboden.com

Turboden, a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, is an Italian firm and a global leader in the design, manufacture and maintenance of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems, highly suitable for distributed generation. ORC systems can generate electric and thermal power exploiting multiple sources, such as renewables (biomass, geothermal energy, solar energy), traditional fuels and waste heat from industrial processes, waste incinerators, engines or gas turbines. Today Turboden expands its solutions with gas expanders and large heat pumps to contribute to the worldwide efforts to mitigate global warming by creating reliable and clean energy systems. With more than 400 power plants in 50 countries Turboden offers ORC turbogenerators up to 20MWe per single shaft.


Vacuum Furnace Engineering Limited

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http://www.vfe.co.uk

Founded in 1985 Vacuum Furnace Engineering (VFE) is a market-leading provider of maintenance servicing for thermal processing industry equipment including vacuum furnaces, melting and casting furnaces, electron beam welders and autoclaves. VFE has spent 35 years building a global reputation for service excellence, dedicated customer support and outstanding expertise. Our ServiceCare service offering incorporates planned and preventative maintenance, 24/7 emergency callouts, spares, overhaul and repair services. VFE is also is a specialist in the design, supply and overhaul of furnaces, autoclaves and related equipment including control system upgrades and modifications, design, replacement, and overhaul. WORLD-WIDE PORTFOLIO VFE has a world-wide portfolio of high profile customers in all sectors of manufacturing industry including aerospace, land based power generation, automotive, medical, general engineering and sub-contract heat treatment industries.


Valmet

Sponsors
www.valmet.com

Valmet’s waste-to-energy solutions allowing our customers to drive towards Net Zero Carbon emissions and achieve greatest sustainability. We maximise profitability by producing more power and energy to enable the most cost-effective Carbon Capture solutions. Optimised Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) preparation and advanced Circulating Fluidised Bed Combustion and Gasification technologies ensure more opportunities for materials re-use and recycling, as well as fuel flexibility with outstanding thermal and electrical efficiency at lowest NOx emissions compared to conventional grate-based technologies. Valmet’s industry leading services and automation specialists monitor and optimise your facility’s performance, ensuring process reliability and profitability over the project’s lifetime. Find out more at valmet.com/wastetoenergy Valmet’s industry leading services and automation specialists monitor and optimise your facility’s performance, ensuring process reliability and profitability over the project’s lifetime. Find out more at valmet.com/wastetoenergy.

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ESWET: European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology

Official Media Partner
http://www.eswet.eu/

ESWET (European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology) is the European association representing manufacturers in the field of Waste-to-Energy Technology. The purpose of ESWET is to raise awareness of the positive implications of the technology in terms of better waste management, energy and the environment and, thus, to foster the development and the dissemination of Waste-to-Energy technology at the European level. Technology from ESWET members is the heart in most of the Waste-to-Energy plants in Europe, treating non-recyclable municipal solid waste. This technology is also used by most plants worldwide.


ESA

Official Media Partner
http://www.esauk.org

The Environmental Services Association (ESA) works on behalf of our Members to support and promote the Waste & Resource Management industry. We work with governments, parliaments and regulators to bring about a sustainable system of waste and resource management for the UK. Our industry provides services which are essential to modern life. The companies that make up the sector collect the waste produced by households and businesses across the UK, treat it responsibly, and turn a large percentage of that waste into new resources and energy for the nation. In recent years the industry has transformed itself. Ten years ago, over three-quarters of Britain's waste went to landfill (compared to well under 50% today) and waste management was chiefly focused on the logistics of collection and transport. While these still matter, the industry has developed a range of technologies to treat waste and extract value from it. Innovation & investment is a constant feature of modern waste management. The ESA is also at the forefront of debates about waste prevention and recycling, playing a vital role in driving higher standards within our industry.


Waste Management World - Official Publication of ISWA

Official Media Partner
https://waste-management-world.com/

Waste Management World is the official magazine of the International Solid Waste Management Association (ISWA). Both in print and online Waste Management World covers every aspect of the industry for waste management professionals. Coverage includes the latest products and technology, as well as policy and legislation affecting the industry. There are also regular news updates and detailed features looking at some of the most innovative projects being developed around the world. ISWA is an independent non-profit making association, working in the public interest to promote and develop sustainable waste management worldwide. ISWA has members around the world and is the only worldwide association promoting sustainable and professional waste management.

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Energy Management Magazine

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http://www.connectingindustry.com/energymanagement/

Published on a quarterly basis Energy Management is designed to keep the industry up to date with the latest information, products, systems and services. The magazine provides an essential tool for any personnel tasked with evaluating and modifying their energy management practices, from utility buyers, compliance and facilities managers through to energy efficiency and procurement directors.


Power Info Today

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http://www.powerinfotoday.com

www.powerinfotoday.com is one of the leading online service provider in the Global Energy Industry.We feature latest news, industry project updates and trends, www.powerinfotoday.com provides senior staff and other purchasing decision makers with all that is required to stay top in this growing market.

It is a specialist website dedicated to the new online marketing in B2B environment.We offer customized marketing solution to suit the specific requirements of our clients. It provides a common platform to improve the visibility and scope of the business internationally breaking the geographical barriers.



The EIC

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https://www.the-eic.com/



Renewable-Technology

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https://renewable-technology.com



Biogas World

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https://www.biogasworld.com/

BiogasWorld is a business generation network and online marketplace, connecting product and services suppliers with project developers. We accelerate the biogas and biomethane industry worldwide. We specialize in: • Market knowledge to generate business leads efficiently • Biogas and Biomethane project support to find solutions • Reliable network to find partners and build relations • Market intelligence to support our clients’ growth


Energy Manager Magazine

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http://www.energymanagermagazine.co.uk

Energy Manager magazine is the only energy title dedicated to public sector energy managers


Alternative Energy Magazine

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http://www.altenergymag.com



CEWEP (Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants)

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http://cewep.eu/events/index.html

CEWEP (Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants) is the umbrella association of the owners and operators of Waste-to-Energy Plants (waste incineration with energy recovery) across Europe. CEWEP’s members are committed to ensuring high environmental standards, achieving low emissions and maintaining state of the art energy production from waste that is not suitable for sustainable recycling (e.g. too polluted). Waste-to-Energy: creating reliable, cost-effective, local energy from waste, which is not feasible for recycling


Carbon Credit Capital

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http://www.carboncreditcapital.com

Carbon Credit Capital is a leader in capturing the benefits of carbon finance in order to deploy projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and commercialize clean technologies. CCC, through its operations in the U.S. and India, works with international and local partners to identify, develop, certify and finance carbon emission reduction projects and renewable energy technologies.

Carbon Credit Capital assists companies in designing and registering carbon reduction projects under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and other accredited standards, such as the Verified Carbon Standard (VCS), the Climate Action Reserve (CAR), the Gold Standard and the Climate Change and Biodiversity Alliance (CCBA). CCC works closely with companies to develop strategies and financing structures to monetize the carbon credits generated from projects and to access credit buyers and investors through our extensive network in Europe, Japan, North America and Australia.



Power Technology

Supporting Media Partners
http://www.power-technology.com/

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Holiday Inn Kensington Forum

97 Cromwell Road
London SW7 4DN
United Kingdom

Holiday Inn Kensington Forum

Holiday Inn Kensington Forum is perfectly situated in one of London’s most luxurious and beautiful areas within South Kensington. 

The hotel is just 2 minutes walk from Gloucester Road tube station for convenient travel to Hyde Park, London Eye, Tower Bridge plus more of London’s top attractions. There are also easy and direct links to some major transport hubs including Victoria, Kings Cross St Pancras, Paddington and Heathrow. 

This distinctive hotel in south London has so much to offer to make all guests really feel at home. The latest Holiday Inn relaunch is not just about the new look and feel for the hotel but to offer guests more benefits during their stay including a pillow menu for extra comfort during their sleep and a curved shower rail for more spacious feel. 

In addition to our 906 rooms, all business guests can take advantage of our meeting and conference facilities including High Speed Internet Access and unlimited Starbucks coffee at The Academy. Our hotel’s professional event planners are on board to help take the hard work and stress away from planning your next event. 

So whether you in London on business or pleasure, make the Holiday Inn London Kensington Forum your first choice of hotel and book your accommodation for our lowest internet rate guarantee. 

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WHAT IS CPD?

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

‘A commitment to structured skills and knowledge enhancement for Personal or Professional competence’

CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.

CPD AND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTES

There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.

TYPICAL CPD SCHEMES AND RECORDING OF CPD (CPD points and hours)

Professional bodies and Institutes CPD schemes are either structured as ‘Input’ or ‘Output’ based.

‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SMI Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.

GLOBAL CPD

Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

CPD Certificates

We can provide a certificate for all our accredited events. To request a CPD certificate for a conference , workshop, master classes you have attended please email events@smi-online.co.uk

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