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The energy from waste market needs to be constantly adapting and improving to keep in check with new European and UK policies and legislation; and hit their required targets.

SMi’s eagerly awaited 11th 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 a specific focus on how new technology can help EfW projects overcome their challenges and operational problems and an update on where the industry fits within the circular economy. This year’s event will give all attendees a broad, in-depth insight into all aspects of the market, with a consideration on how Brexit will affect exports of RDF. Finally, the conference will also address the fundamental changes to funding associated with energy from waste and how this is impacting the market.
 

2018 Featured Highlights:

• Technological updates for operation optimization
• Financing options available for the EFW market
• Explore the impact of energy regulations and government policy after Brexit from both the UK and EU perspective
• Highlight the experiences from specific Energy from Waste projects in the UK and European market
• Update on the Circular Economy
• Focus on RDF imports and exports from a UK and EU viewpoint
• BAT / BREF note and impacts

  • Business Development Director
  • Contracts Manager
     
  • Head of Operations
     
  • Head of Project Finance
     
  • Head of Infrastructure
     
  • Head of Environment and Waste Services
     
  • Policy Advisor
     
  • Consultant
     
  • Technical Consultant

Previously Attended:

3i | AEB Amsterdam | Aizawi Municipal Corporation | Al Ahly Capital Holding | Arcus Infrastructure Partners LLP | Bingo Industries | Cayman Islands Government | CMS Cameron McKenna LLP | Covanta | Doosan Lentjes | Fives Solios | Glasgow City Council | Gutteridge Haskins and Davey | Hampshire County Council | Local Partnerships | Lodge Cottrell | MAN Diesel & Turbo UK | N+P Group BV - N+P International BV | NSG | NWB Bank | Public Power Solutions | px House | Ramboll | RICARDO ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT | Royal HaskoningDHV | SARETCO | Shell | Siemens Bank GmbH | Siemens Financial Services | Sigma Catalyst Partners | Suez | Tiru S A | Veolia Environmental Services | WE Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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
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9:10 Update on England’s Resource and Waste Strategy

Dawn Woodward

Dawn Woodward, Deputy Head Resources and Waste, Defra

• Resource & Waste Strategy due to be published later this year, delivering on commitments first made in the Clean Growth Strategy. Defra are working across Government as we develop this as it is a shared priority.
• The strategy will be comprehensive, and set out a range of actions to ensure that we maximise the life and value we get from our resources while minimising the negative environmental impacts associated with their extraction, use and disposal.
• It will be structured around the entire lifecycle of products, materials and services, so it will consider how we make things, how we use them, and how we manage them at the end of that use.
• Whilst this lifecycle approach will form the overarching structure for the Strategy, it is likely also to set out specific approaches for priority material streams and areas – for instance, food waste, plastic waste, and the cross-cutting issue of tackling waste crime.
• The Strategy will therefore be of significant interest to the Energy from Waste sector from a number of perspectives.
 

9:50 Waste Incineration BREF Best Available Techniques - Unveiling the unsaid of the BAT conclusions.

Hubert De Chefdebien

Hubert De Chefdebien, , C N I M
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• What is actually requested by the WI BREF?
• What is the scope? incineration, co-incineration, pyrolysis, gasification, bottom ash?
• Which ambiguities? What should be clarified and how?  A guidance document?
• Available new and old techniques to update existing plants.
• Newly imposed techniques e.g. Continuous mercury monitoring, Continuous dioxins sampling

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 UK biofuels policy: the role of waste feedstocks

Rachel Solomon Williams

Rachel Solomon Williams, Head, Low Carbon Fuels, Department of Transport
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• Latest developments on RTFO, including progress on development fuels
• Support for advanced technologies through DfT demonstration competitions
• Update on Renewable Energy Directive changes and implementation
• Wider Government bioenergy policy context

11:40 An industry perspective on policy and whether it will deliver in reality

Jacob Hayler

Jacob Hayler , Executive Director, Environmental Services Association (ESA)
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• The capacity gap which needs to be bridged with new investment.
• The strength of new policy drivers for efw investment.
• Industry view of turning aspiration into reality.

12:20 Networking Lunch

13:20 RDF Market Outlook

Harriet Parke

Harriet Parke, Secretariat, RDF Industry Group
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• Overview of how the RDF market has developed
• Current opportunities and challenges facing the sector
• How might Brexit impact RDF exports from the UK to Europe
• How might the Circular Economy package impact RDF flow dynamics in Europe

14:00 What is the potential that the new regulations will change the composition of residual waste and what impact might this have on treatment capacity and technology?

Stuart Hayward-Higham

Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Development Director, SUEZ Recycling and recovery UK
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• Will increasing recycling & material bans impact on fuel quality for UK EFW fleet?
• What impact might quality changes have on net treatment capacity
• What options might need to be considered?

14:40 “Effects of Brexit on RDF exports”

Mark Terrell

Mark Terrell, General Manager, Andusia Recovered Fuels Limited
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• Expected changes to the RDF market post Brexit.
• The capacity gap within the UK and the required expansion required
• The effect of changing exchange rates

15:20 Afternoon tea

15:50 Case Study – Riverside Resource Recovery & Riverside Energy Park, Cory Riverside Energy

Andy Pike

Andy Pike, Director, Cory Riverside Energy

• Update on the Riverside Resource Recovery Facility
• Introduction of the Riverside Energy Park.
• Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (including timeline & community engagement)
• District Heating opportunity from the developments

16:20 Case Study - Krakow WtE plant: a role model for Europe

Jakub Bator

Jakub Bator, Member of the Board, Krakowski Holding Komunalny S.A.
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• Future developments – what is expected from the plant
• Technical information
• Stages of the project implementation
• Financing options
• Production (electricity, waste)
• Operational problems
• Social aspects

17:00 Panel Discussion – How can both industry and government create an environment that encourages and enables private sector investment in new technology, plant construction and improved plant operation?

• Will a stable regulatory environment and consistent energy policy provide the platform for deeper investment?

Richard Belfield

Richard Belfield, Head of Project Development, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
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Andy Pike

Andy Pike, Director, Cory Riverside Energy

Shelley De Souza

Shelley De Souza, Assistant General Manager, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

Dawn Woodward

Dawn Woodward, Deputy Head Resources and Waste, Defra

17:30 Chairmans closing remarks

Stuart Hayward-Higham

Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Development Director, SUEZ Recycling and recovery UK
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8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Richard Belfield

Richard Belfield, Head of Project Development, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
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9:10 Gasification – strategic insights for implementation

Geraint Evans

Geraint Evans, Programme Manager, Bioenergy and CCS, Energy Technologies Institute
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• what is gasification, why is it important, where does it need to go?
• What projects are being delivered and which lead us to delivery of the benefits that gasification offers?
• Understanding the critical commonality between all gasifiers – how different end vectors support each other
• Thoughts on what is needed to support policy makers

9:50 “Next Generation of EfW Performance”

Richard Belfield

Richard Belfield, Head of Project Development, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
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• Technical developments for higher plant performance
• Combustion efficiency
• Energy efficiency

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Circular Economy (CE) thinking and EfW – The role of EfW in UK waste management under a CE scenario

Alban Forster

Alban Forster, Director, SLR Consulting LTD

• Circular Economy Thinking and EfW
• CE in the Context of Municipal Waste Management
• The Role of EfW in UK waste Management Under a CE scenario

11:40 Update on the Circular Economy Programme in London

Doug Simpson

Doug Simpson, Environment Program Officer, Greater London Authority

Policy Development
• The Mayor's circular economy and waste vision for London
• Approach for accelerating London's transition to the circular economy
• Policies and programmes - (CO2, heat, (plastics) minimum levels of recycling service, foodwaste)
• Call on Government to take action - Energy from Waste

 

12:20 Networking Lunch

13:20 Case study - AEB Energy from Waste

Peter Simoes

Peter Simoes, Strategic Advisor, AEB Amsterdam

• Vision of AEB – connecting AEB to its environment (heat, steam, CO2, products form waste, separation, recycling). Long term vision
• Operational and technical updates at the Energy from Waste plant (Status High Efficiency WtE in Amsterdam)
• Plant optimization – increasing performance
• Business Development – zooming in on some projects (CO2, heat, bottom ash, (plastic)recycling , biowaste, etc.)
• Opportunities and challenges faced

14:00 Case Study - The Future New Intergrated Solid Waste Management System for the Cayman islands

Jim Schubert

Jim Schubert, ISWMS Senior Project Manager, Cayman Islands Government
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• Landfill Investigations
• Solid Waste Policy and Strategy development
• Procurement of New Services including a new WTE Facility
• Permitting and Construction of new ISWMS

14:40 Case Study Trajectory towards a demo plant in Flanders to produce bio-based aromatics from lignin/wood

Kelly Servaes

Kelly Servaes, Project Manager Lignin - BioAromatics, VITO NV

• VITO as co-initiator of Biorizon à mission: enable commercial production by 2025
• First phase in the trajectory of the demo plant: design and construction of a pilot plant
o Mapping of available technologies
o EFRO project LignoValue Pilot
? Objectives
? Design from the pilot (in ideal conditions: mobile, both wood and lignin, flexible (multiple processes)
• Tailoring of lignin oils towards required specifications
• Our activities on biopolymer development

15:20 Afternoon tea

15:50 Challenges and Opportunities in Financing Waste Projects

Shelley De Souza

Shelley De Souza, Assistant General Manager, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

• Current UK waste market and challenges
• What makes a bankable project
• Opportunities in UK Waste
• Opportunities further a field

16:20 How EfW and district heating can be catalyst to decarbonize heating and reform energy usage

Johnny  Stuen

Johnny Stuen, Technical Director, EGE (Waste to Energy Agency)
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• Energy transformation
• Urban resource efficiency
• Carbon capture
• City- and energy planning
• Circular waste strategy
 

17:00 Integrating Energy from Waste with a growing heat network market

Emma Ashcroft

Emma Ashcroft, Manager, Cities and Regions, Carbon Trust Enterprises
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• Waste heat as a potential resource
• An overview of the opportunities and challenges that these projects face
• Technical, commercial and regulatory considerations
• Case study examples

17:30 Chairmans closing remarks

Richard Belfield

Richard Belfield, Head of Project Development, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
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FEATURED SPEAKERS

Andy Pike

Andy Pike

Director, Cory Riverside Energy
Dawn Woodward

Dawn Woodward

Deputy Head Resources and Waste, Defra
Emma Ashcroft

Emma Ashcroft

Manager, Cities and Regions, Carbon Trust Enterprises
Geraint Evans

Geraint Evans

Programme Manager, Bioenergy and CCS, Energy Technologies Institute
Harriet Parke

Harriet Parke

Secretariat, RDF Industry Group
Hubert De Chefdebien

Hubert De Chefdebien

, C N I M
Jacob Hayler

Jacob Hayler

Executive Director, Environmental Services Association (ESA)
Jakub Bator

Jakub Bator

Member of the Board, Krakowski Holding Komunalny S.A.
Jim Schubert

Jim Schubert

ISWMS Senior Project Manager, Cayman Islands Government
Johnny  Stuen

Johnny Stuen

Technical Director, EGE (Waste to Energy Agency)
Mark Terrell

Mark Terrell

General Manager, Andusia Recovered Fuels Limited
Rachel Solomon Williams

Rachel Solomon Williams

Head, Low Carbon Fuels, Department of Transport
Richard Belfield

Richard Belfield

Head of Project Development, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
Stuart Hayward-Higham

Stuart Hayward-Higham

Technical Development Director, SUEZ Recycling and recovery UK

Alban Forster

Director, SLR Consulting LTD
Alban Forster

Andy Pike

Director, Cory Riverside Energy
Andy Pike

Dawn Woodward

Deputy Head Resources and Waste, Defra
Dawn Woodward

Doug Simpson

Environment Program Officer, Greater London Authority
Doug Simpson

Emma Ashcroft

Manager, Cities and Regions, Carbon Trust Enterprises
Emma Ashcroft

Emma Ashcroft, Manager Cities and Regions, Carbon Trust


Emma is a heat network specialist, with over 7 years’ experience supporting public sector bodies and developers with technical and commercial advice to help bring projects from concept to commercialisation. She leads the Carbon Trust’s support to the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership on a range of energy projects, including in the development of a portfolio of heat network schemes with a combined capital value of >£85m. She has experience in the development of schemes, which seek to capture waste heat from EfW plants, including in Leeds, Tyseley and Ferrybridge. She is qualified as a CIBSE Heat Network Consultant and sits on the board of the global district energy in cities initiative, convened by UN Environment. Prior to joining the Carbon Trust, Emma worked as Public Sector Manager for the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority of New Zealand and as Project Manager for a residential energy efficiency charity, Energy Projects Plus. Emma has a first class master’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Liverpool.
 

Geraint Evans

Programme Manager, Bioenergy and CCS, Energy Technologies Institute
Geraint Evans

Geraint is a Chemical Engineer with 30 years’ experience in the energy industries, having worked across the coal, oil and biomass sectors. Geraint leads the Energy Technology Institute’s bioenergy and CCS programmes where he is responsible for the delivery and exploitation of the ETI’s bioenergy portfolio. This portfolio includes a number of studies, technology development projects and demonstration projects designed to accelerate the bioenergy sector, from production through to utilisation. These projects include the ETI’s multi-million investment in waste gasification. Prior to joining the ETI, he worked as Head of Biofuels and Bioenergy at the NNFCC and in a number of close plant support and marketing roles in the oil and coal industries. Geraint holds a Bachelor of Engineering (honours) in Fuel and Energy Engineering from the University of Leeds and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Aston in which he studied biomass gasification. Geraint is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the IChemE, a Member of the Energy Institute and holds the Association of Project Management (APM) Project Management Qualification. He is an invited member on the SCI’s energy group; a committee member for the IChemE’s Clean Energy special interest group (SIG); and a Board member on the DfT’s Advanced Biofuel Demonstration (ABDC) and Fuel for Freight and Flight (F4C) Competitions.

Harriet Parke

Secretariat, RDF Industry Group
Harriet Parke

Harriet Parke is a Senior Consultant at Eunomia Research and Consulting and is representing the RDF Industry Group. Harriet manages Eunomia’s work on waste markets and RDF exports, including the Secretariat role of the RDF Industry Group. The Group, formed in 2015, works collectively to provide a platform for the industry to explore the opportunities and issues surrounding the export of RDF. The Group is formed of members from major waste management companies through to businesses across the RDF logistics supply chain both from the UK and across Europe.

Hubert De Chefdebien

, C N I M
Hubert De Chefdebien

Hubert de Chefdebien
Director of Public Affairs at CNIM Environment. CNIM designs and builds turnkey Waste-to Energy plants.

Vice-President of FNADE, the French association for waste treatment and Chairman of its Energy-from-Waste Committee.
Chairman of the Technical Working Group of ESWET, the association of European Suppliers of Waste to Energy Technology.
Vice-President and Scientific & Technical Advisor of CEWEP, Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants.
Member of the Renewable Energy WG of ESA, Environmental Services Association.
Member of the Technical working groups on Waste Incineration BREF, Waste Treatment BREF, Large Combustion Plant BREF, Reference document on Monitoring.
 

Jacob Hayler

Executive Director, Environmental Services Association (ESA)
Jacob Hayler

Biog: Jacob Hayler, Executive Director, ESA

Jacob Hayler is the Executive Director at the Environmental Services Association – the UK’s trade association for managers of waste and secondary resources. Jacob joined ESA from the City in 2005 as an Economist focused on helping to develop market-focused policies that combine environmental and economic sustainability. At various points during his time at ESA, Jacob retained responsibility for policy relating to finance, tax, carbon management, contracts and energy from waste.

In January 2015 Jacob was appointed ESA’s Executive Director and he now retains responsibility for the day to day running of the Association. Jacob represents the industry on multiple government advisory bodies and committees and is the UK’s representative on pan-European waste and recycling industry bodies.

Jakub Bator

Member of the Board, Krakowski Holding Komunalny S.A.
Jakub Bator

Jakub Bator – economist and manager, Board member of KHK S.A and director of Waste to Energy Plant in Cracow. He is one of the founder members and vice-president of Association of Polish Waste to Energy Plants. From 2011 as Measure Authorising Officer in construction process WtE Plant. Vicepresident of CEWEP. Focused on continuous improvement process in management.

He is married with three children.

Jim Schubert

ISWMS Senior Project Manager, Cayman Islands Government
Jim Schubert

Jim Schubert, P.Eng.
ISWMS Senior Project Manager
Public Works Department, Cayman Islands Government

Mr. Schubert is the Senior Project Manager for the planned new Integrated Solid Waste Management System (ISWMS) for the Cayman Islands. He is responsible for the project management of the future ISWMS project, which is expected to have a capital cost value over CI$ 140 million and it is being done through a Public Private Partnership (PPP). The ISWMS project is incorporating the 4 R’s and the contract that will be executed will be done on a design, build, finance, operate and maintain (DBFOM) basis. To date existing landfill sites evaluation work has been done and the National Solid Waste Management Strategy and Outline Business Case on the recommended new waste management system have been completed. The ISWMS project is currently in the procurement phase and government is negotiating the details the contract with the Preferred Bidder to deliver the ISWMS contract.

Jim is a Chemical Engineer with over 30 years’ experience in the solid waste field and has specialized in the waste combustion area. He was the City of Edmonton’s (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) project manager for their new Waste to Biofuels Project (which includes an integrated processing and transfer facility to process waste into a suitable feedstock, which is then sent over to the new 100,000 tonne/year gasification/biofuels facility and also includes a pilot gasification facility which is built adjacent to the larger processing facilities to do research of various solid waste materials and produce different liquid fuels from the gasification process). These facilities have been built at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre (EWMC) and in total over $Can 200 million was spent on the overall project (which will ultimately divert 90% of Edmonton’s residential waste from landfill). Mr Schubert was involved in the overall Biofuels project since its inception in 2002 (including feasibility study, conceptual design, pre-design and tendering, permitting, construction and commissioning) and the project evolved into a public/private partnership between the gasification technology supplier.

Johnny Stuen

Technical Director, EGE (Waste to Energy Agency)
Johnny  Stuen

Biography Johnny Stuen:

Johnny Stuen is technical director at the Waste-to-Energy Agency in the City of Oslo. He is responsible for technical strategy and development for the treatment side of waste management in the City of Oslo, investment projects in new and existing plants for waste treatment in Oslo. He holds a Masters degree in process technology, and have worked in several industrial companies producing chemicals, insulation and foodstuff before he joined the Waste-to-Energy Agency in 2007 as a director of production, later changing to technical director.

He works mostly with sorting facilities, biological treatment and biogas and waste-to- energy including carbon capture from WtE.

Since 2015 he has had a central role in the project for building a full-scale CO2-capture plant at the WtE-facility at Klemetsrud in Oslo, as a part of the Norwegian fullscaleproject.

He has lead the national working group on energy recovery in Norway, and is since 2010 member in the ISWA working group for energy recovery, and since spring 2017 he is chairing the same group.

Oslo ha 650000 inhabitants, and the waste management in Oslo has been implementing a circular waste management system since 2007, including source sorting, biological treatment and energy recovery. Oslo has presented a climate and environment plan for Oslo in 2015, having very ambitious goals for green house gas reductions and energy saving/management. The energy coming from waste has a central position in this plan.

Kelly Servaes

Project Manager Lignin - BioAromatics, VITO NV
Kelly Servaes

Mark Terrell

General Manager, Andusia Recovered Fuels Limited
Mark Terrell

Mark Terrell Biography

Mark Terrell is the General Manager at Andusia. With a long history of experience in the waste industry, Mark has worked in many sectors of the industry including RDF/SRF production, through to composting, AD, IVC, food waste, wood waste and even sewage sludge. He is a Materials Engineer (BEng), and began his career as a chemist in the chemical, cement and waste industry. He has a unique mix of technical expertise and commercial market knowledge from working for, Veolia, Lafarge, The Environment Agency and SUEZ. Mark has a detailed knowledge of exporting RDF to both UK and European customers. He has excellent connections across the whole of Europe (Holland, Germany, Sweden, Denmark and Norway) and has first-hand experience in securing RDF & SRF supply contracts.

Peter Simoes

Strategic Advisor, AEB Amsterdam
Peter Simoes

Rachel Solomon Williams

Head, Low Carbon Fuels, Department of Transport
Rachel Solomon Williams

Rachel Solomon Williams is Head of Low Carbon Fuels at the Department for Transport, where she oversees policy on and operation of the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) in particular. She has worked on energy and environment issues since 2002, mainly as a UK Government policy official, but with a year each at Tesco and at Sandbag Climate Campaign. Highlights of her career so far have included leading policy development on the Climate Change Act and involvement with the 2011 review of the Feed-in Tariffs Scheme. Rachel is also a cycle commuter, classical musician and mother.

Richard Belfield

Head of Project Development, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG
Richard Belfield

Richard Belfield biography:


Richard is responsible for HZI’s UK business development and sales for both Energy from Waste and Anaerobic Digestion (Kompogas).
He is a Chartered Engineer (civil) and has over 15 years’ experience in the development of municipal and utility PPP/Concession contracts, including water supply, wastewater and solid waste treatment projects in the UK, Europe and Asia.
He recently joined HZI from FCC where he spent the last five years developing EfW PPP contracts, including Lincolnshire, Buckinghamshire, Herefordshire & Worcestershire and Edinburgh projects.
 

Shelley De Souza

Assistant General Manager, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Shelley De Souza

Stuart Hayward-Higham

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

Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Development Director, SUEZ recycling and recovery UK
Areas of expertise:

• Circular Economy
• System changes and solutions, waste production or items wasted
• Waste production mapping, composition, sorting, treatment and conversion/energy recovery technologies
• Environmental impacts/carbon modelling and prediction
• Markets for solutions and materials in the waste, resource and energy sector
• Emerging or innovative technologies and products
• R&D and innovation throughout the company activities
• Market modelling and forecasting

Stuart Hayward-Higham is currently responsible for non-bidding emerging development activities in SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, delivering tools, techniques and information to meet customers’ business imperatives. This includes delivering new solutions or making successful niche activities mainstream through to market intelligence, market modelling and forecasting. In addition to his SUEZ duties Stuart is a director for Recoup (plastics recycling charity), a director of Terracycle UK and a member of the Defra Advisory Committee on Packaging. Further he has provided expert advice to the EU on relevant elements of the circular economy and acted as a H2020 expert assessor. He is chair of the Environmental Services Association (ESA) Bioresources committee and member of the ESA renewable energy committee, the Renewable Energy Association (REA) Organic recycling steering group and gasification and Pyrolysis committee. Stuart also regularly guest lectures at a number of UK universities.
Main activity themes include harnessing waste as a resource, energy and bio-fuels manufacture, sorting, extraction and value enhancement for waste mix resources and the increasing introduction of circular economy based products and solutions.
For more information on this speaker contact Kat Malinowska, Senior Marketing Manager at SUEZ recycling and recovery UK
Tel: 01628 513100 Email: katarzyna.malinowska@suez.com

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Zurich-based Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) is a global leader in energy from waste (EfW). HZI acts as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor and project developer delivering complete turnkey plants and system solutions for thermal and biological EfW recovery. Its solutions are based on efficient and environmentally sound technology.


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ESWET is the association grouping the European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology. Our main purpose is to foster the development and dissemination of Waste-to-Energy. Waste-to-Energy (also called Energy-from-Waste) has an important role to play both on the energy recovery and on the environmental aspects of managing waste that is not suitable for recycling. Waste-to-Energy is an integral part of sustainable waste management, as reflected by its role in the Waste Hierarchy of the EU’s Waste Framework Directive, acting in complement to recycling while enabling landfilling minimisation. Making a valuable contribution to the reduction of Greenhouse Gas emissions through better waste management and cleaner energy, Waste-to-Energy is a solution to multiple challenges.”


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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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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.

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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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