Waste - From Liability to Asset / International Conference and Exhibition in London Presents Profitable Solutions for Dealing with Residues

No one wants it but it keeps piling up. Waste is almost a regenerative resources, but not one that is usually seen in a favourable light. A new international conference in London now casts the spotlight on how the burden of waste can become a stream of income. The "Energy from Biomass and Waste" (EBW UK) conference and exhibition is held at the Royal Horticultural Halls on January 26 to 27.

The programme includes talks on how advanced waste treatment technology can best be employed to divert residues from landfill while saving cost or even making a profit. Top-of-the-line industry experts will present the latest market data, discuss incentive schemes and report from best-practice in day-to-day waste management. At the concurrently held exhibition 60 companies showcase solutions for the energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly treatment of residues. More than 500 delegates are expected to attend.


EBW UK conference topics include:
-- optimal design and operation of energy from waste facilities
-- compliance with health and safety issues
-- anaerobic digestion of food waste, agricultural residues and other biodegradable materials
-- clean incineration of waste and biomass with heat and power generation
-- wastewater treatment with energy recovery

The full programme and exhibitor list can be viewed on: http://www.ebw-uk.com

The "Energy from Biomass and Waste UK" (EBW UK) is organised by Freesen & Partner GmbH. The environmental consulting firm based in Germany has a 20-year track record of connecting people in growth markets. "EBW UK gives a voice to the rapidly growing business of landfill diversion and bioenergy production", says Dr. Ines Freesen, Managing Director of Freesen & Partner. "The British Government's vision of a zero-waste nation and the legislation and incentive schemes it has introduced could be a model for other EU member states that are still struggling with the waste challenge."

Freesen & Partner GmbH previously launched the "Waste to Energy" trade fair and conference in Bremen, Germany and the "Energy & Environment Week" expo and conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Both events have become the leading marketplaces in their fields.

For more information visit http://www.ebw-uk.com or call +49-2802-9484840.

Media Contact:

Dr. Ines Freesen
Freesen & Partner GmbH
Schwalbennest 7a
46519 Alpen, Germany
Tel.: +49-2802-948484-0
Fax: +49-2802-948484-3
info@ebw-uk.com

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