Eunomia’s Managing Director Mike Brown will present the key findings from the latest Residual Waste Infrastructure Review (RWIR) 11th issue at the Energy from Waste (EfW) Conference next month.
Following the recent release of the bi-annual review, which now covers much of Northern Europe, Mike will cover the impact of Brexit on the residual waste market and will discuss what this additional uncertainty might mean for the supply and demand balance.
Environmental journalist Maxine Perella will be challenging Mike’s viewpoint in an on-stage interview at the event.
“There’s never been a more important time for robust debate about how much residual treatment capacity we need. At a time when it seems that the only certainty is uncertainty, there remain some fundamental truths which have to drive decision-making. We cannot recycle AND burn waste, we have to chose and we have to make that choice in the context of the timescales implied by investments in expensive infrastructure.
“I’m really looking forward to being challenged on Eunomia’s viewpoint and I hope this event will help to move the debate another step forward as we look a little further over the horizon to the future. ”
The Energy from Waste Conference will take place from 21-22 February at the Royal College of Physicians, London, and will see academia, waste authorities and business leaders delivering valuable content and technology updates, as well as speakers from across Europe discussing the changing strategic direction of the waste to energy industry.
The conference has been designed to drive operational efficiency, best practice and compliance across the global energy from waste sector.
The full programme for the event can be found at www.efwconference.com