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Conference: Generating Energy from Residual Waste

* Policies   * Treatments   *Technologies

Thursday 11 October 2007   SAS Radisson Hotel, Dublin
Accessible through a range of treatments and technologies, residual waste – particularly the biodegradable element of it – can be a valuable, low-carbon, energy source.

This top-level conference considers the energy potential of Ireland’s residual waste – that which is left after reduction, reuse and recycling.  It assesses the waste management and energy benefits of a range of technologies – from various forms of thermal treatment, to MBT, AD and autoclaving.

Generating energy from residual waste includes Irish and European speakers on topical issues in areas, such as –

  • How will climate change drivers impact on technology selection for managing residual wastes? (Joe Schwager, Managing Director, Juniper)
  • Regional waste management plans – resource and energy management aspects (Larry O’Toole, Operations Director, RPS Consulting Engineers)
  • The role of incineration in an energy efficient waste management system (John Ahern, Managing Director, Indaver Ireland)
  • Life cycle assessment of energy from waste using the Environment Agency’s WRATE model (David Flynn, Senior Scientist, Fehily Timoney & Company)

Be sure you are part of the debate – book your place now at this top conference.

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