Energy Recovery from Residual Waste Scotland
8 November 2011, News release from Recycling and Waste World Conferences
Energy from waste: a key ingredient to help Scotland achieve the targets set out by the Zero Waste Plan and the renewabe energy mix for Scotland
Don't miss Scotland's leading conference on this subject, Energy recovery from residual waste, taking place on 22 November, 2011. Now in its 7th consecutive year, this event considers the role and opportunities of EfW within Scotland's drive to renewable energy, while placing it within the framework of the zero waste targets and increasing resource recovery. The programme provides a unique cross-section of industry experts addressing the critical issues, assessing the opportunities and analysing the hurdles that this sector still faces, enabling delegates to fully grasp the challenges, opportunities and rewards of this dynamic market.
Chaired by Professor Jim Baird, speakers at the conference include:
·Stuart Greig, Scottish Government
·Dr Chris Manson-Whitton, Director, Progressive Energy
·Paul Smith, Scottish Government
·Melville Haggard, Director, Quatermain Advisors
·Nial Gemmell, Head of Project Finance, Scotland, Barclays Bank
·Craig Ibbetson, Director, Regen Fuels
·Adam Baddeley, Principal Consultant, Eunomia Research and Consulting
·John Smith, Director of planning, CASA Planning and Environment
The conference will contain in-depth sessions on project financing; an assessment of the renewable heat incentive scheme and how this will influence the development of this sector and solid recovered fuels market potential in Scotland.
With all this, plus plenty of opportunities for questions and debate, Energy recovery from residual waste in Scotland brings you a full day of essential information, animated discussion and valuable networking that promises to be of critical importance to your business.
Don't miss out. Book your place today at www.recyclingwasteworld.co.uk/conferences
or phone 01722 717031/033.
For further information please email Recycling and Waste World Conferences