The Queensland State Government’s commitment to a waste strategy that includes an Energy from Waste Policy, along with recently introduced waste levy is expected to accelerate a number of opportunities in the state. Opportunities that include the development of Refuse derived fuels and the recovery of energy from wastes that cannot be reused or recycled and require technology to divert said waste from landfill.
WRIQ and AIEN are jointly hosting this one-day seminar to provide industry stakeholders with the latest government, technical, finance and business information as it relates to developing energy from waste projects.
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Pravin Menon, Dept of Environment & Science
Mike Haywood, Director – Australian Industrial Ecology Network
Barry Sullivan, Ultimate New Energy
Bret Collins, REMONDIS Australia
Niels Jakobsen, Ramboll
Michael Burke, Dept. of State Development
Dr Brentan Alexander, New Energy Risk (by video link)
Gary Sofarelli, National Australia Bank
Benoit Englebert, Keppel Seghers
Nick Miller, HRL Technologies
Charles Hunting, Tsing Capital
Rick Ralph, WRIQ
WRIQ & AIEN Members $250 + GST, Non Members $330 + GST
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