European ConferenceWaste Managementin the Circular Economy 2020

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Revised Circular Economy Package and the Effective Private & Public Collaboration

The Circular Economy Package is the cornerstone of sustainable waste management in Europe. Recent changes in the EU regulations and directives introduce ambitious requirements for recyclability and require a smart resource management. Both public and private stakeholders are challenged to adapt to the new reality and to take a leading role in achieving the requirements.

Event:Waste Management in the Circular Economy 2020
Language:English
Period:27.02.2020 - 28.02.2020
Venue:Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte
Price:1289.00* Price
Booking number:S-2517
Customer contact:Ricky Ansong
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Pool Knowledge for a Successful Implementation of the New Framework
Our conference provides a unique platform for high-quality exchange on implementation challenges and best practices. Leading experts from national authorities, international and national associations, and private sector share practical insights and recommendations on legal, economic, and policy instruments which in turn allow for adequate preparedness in facing the upcoming challenges. Our selected experts will i.a. focus on these aspects:

  • Practical Implications of the Single-Use Plastics Directive
  • Recent changes in the Monitoring Framework
  • Implementation of Circular Economy
  • Effective Collaboration between Private and Public Sectors

What will you learn at this Practical Seminar?

  • The challenges and opportunities of the new plastics regulation
  • Effective measurements of waste management recycling
  • Best practices of waste separation, collection and treatment of food and bio-waste
  • How to facilitate the separate collection of bio-waste
  • Monitoring system’s demands posed on public authorities
  • How to reach non-toxic material cycles
  • The new changes regarding “producer responsibility”
  • Innovative ways of cooperation between private and public sectors

Who is this seminar for?

  • Public Authorities, Environmental Agencies and Inspectorates:
    • Heads of Unit and Officials responsible for waste legislation, waste management and environment at the European, national, regional and local level
  • Waste, Consumer Goods, Chemicals and Construction Companies:
    • Managing Directors
    • Heads of CSR, Public Affairs, Public Policy, Public Relations, Government Relations, Government Affairs,
    • Heads of Sustainability, Packaging Innovation, Packaging Strategy, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Sustainability, Environmental Affairs
    • Heads of Department responsible for waste management operations and investments at the European, regional or local level
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Our experts team
from practice for this event:

Gemma Castejón Martínez
Gemma Castejón MartínezManaging Director, Technology Centre for Energy and the Environment (CETENMA)
Gary Crawford
Gary CrawfordVice President, Veolia
Sylvia Lehman
Sylvia LehmanSenior Consultant, German Association for Waste Management
Malin  Nordin
Malin NordinHead of Circular Business Development, Inter IKEA Group
Maija  Pohjakallio
Maija PohjakallioSustainability Director, Sulapac Ltd
Joachim Quoden
Joachim QuodenManaging Director, Extended Producer Responsibility Alliance (EXPRA)
Raquel Rebelo de Mira
Raquel Rebelo de MiraBusiness Partner for Sustainability and Circular Economy , Philips
Jim  Rushworth
Jim RushworthIndustrial Affairs Director, European Cement Association (CEMBUREAU)
Helmut Schmitz
Helmut SchmitzHead of Communication / Public Affairs, DSD – Duales System Holding GmbH & Co. KG
Gisela Sommer
Gisela SommerWaste Management Technician, Waste Agency of Catalonia
Martín Soriano
Martín SorianoR&D Project Coordinator, Technology Centre for Energy and the Environment (CETENMA)
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