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Delivering Waste Solutions - Balancing Targets, Incentives and Infrastructure
Submitted: 9 May 2006
This one day Seminar is being held on 9 May 2006 at IMechE, One Birdcage Walk, London. This event builds on the many successful 'Profit from Waste' conferences which reviewed existing and new technologies for waste treatment from both the technical and economic viewpoints. This seminar continues this tradition, but places greater emphasis on how the waste management industry is delivering in the light of Government and Local Authority targets on waste treatment and disposal.
Despite stringent targets for increased recycling and reduced landfill, and the rapidly increasing cost of landfill, the United Kingdom has been slow to implement widely the best available environmental options. This seminar comes at a time when we are not far from a waste disposal if more action is not taken. But there are signs around the country that this issue is being taken seriously on all sides and the level of activity is rising.

This seminar will provide practical information for those who are seeking to take action. It will initially report on some successes stories and then look at the range of waste processing options available, evaluating their relative merits. This will include a review of whether new thermal technologies are feasible, ready for the market and 'bankable', and a review of options for dealing with residues from MBT. Questions sessions and time for networking will enable delegates to seek specific help from the assembled gathering of experts. IMechE's member rate is available to all REA members for this event.

For further information, please click on the web link below.

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Link to IMechE
www.imeche.org.uk/events/waste

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