Waste-to-Resources, 16th to the 18th of May, Hannover Germany.
ISWA is delighted to partner with the 7th International Symposium MBT, MRF & Recycling 2017 with the theme "Resources and energy from waste - towards circular economy and zero waste"
For more than a decade, Waste-to-Resources is world’s leading conference on mechanical biological treatment (MBT) and material recovery facilities (MRF). The previous conferences had participants from up to 41 countries each. Experts from 17 countries will present their practical experiences and new developments.
Key aspects of the current programme are as follows:
•Waste management strategies, new waste treatment technologies
•Utilisation of plastic, mineral and organic waste
•Anaerobic digestion of organic waste fractions
•Practical experience, optimisation and new developments
•Reduction of emissions
•Waste analytics, waste prognosis
•Energy recovery by RDF power plants and cement kilns, liquefaction
•Conditioning, use and sale of output fractions from mechanical and biological treatment
•New and upcoming legal regulations in the EU
•Waste management in emerging nations
The conference will be held from the 16th to the 18th of May 2017. On the day before the conference, an introduction seminar to MBT in English is available.
Waste-to-Resources takes place in Hanover, Germany. It is held under patronage of the German minister of environment, Dr Barbara Hendricks. The event is organised byWasteconsult international and the association of German MBT operators (ASA). Programme and more information about conference, exhibition and accommodation are available at
On the 3 conference days there will be continuous simultaneous translation provided in session one. Hence, it will be possible to hear all those presentations in English, French and German
The parallel exhibition brings together a highly qualified audience and market leaders in advanced waste and recycling technology. You will find details for reservation of an exhibition surface, sponsor packages and further advertising possibilities under
INTERNATIONAL SOLID WASTE ASSOCIATION Telephone: +43 1 253 6001 • Fax: +43 1 253 600 199 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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