Energy from Waste Projects Are Vital in Meeting Global Energy Demand, Reducing Landfill and Combating Climate Change

The need to produce a renewable and sustainable source of energy coupled with reducing the amount of waste being sent to landfill is pushing energy from waste projects high up the government's agenda.

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SMi Group's fourth annual Energy from Waste event will bring together a panel of industry experts to investigate the latest technologies, challenges and developments in this fast moving industry.

The conference will focus on the commercial opportunities that continue to exist and emerge from energy from waste and the regulatory and political frameworks which govern and encourage the industry sector’s development. The event will provide attendees with the opportunity to hear leading experts and operators from across the industry to discuss and debate the key issues in this field.

The speaker line up includes Peter Jones, Waste Sector Expert from the London Waste and Recycling Board who will investigate how methods of making a profit from wasted resources. Peter will look at the landfill diversion programme and methods of achieving a zero waste economy.

Energy from Waste will take place on Monday 19th – Tuesday 20th September at the Copthorne Tara Hotel in London.

Energy from Waste is sponsored by Black and Veatch and Schmack CARBOTECH GmbH

Full information and the conference programme can be found at

Andrew Gibbons
+44 20 7827 6156