European Conference Waste Management in the Circular Economy 2020
|English||27.02.2020 - 28.02.2020||Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte||989,- € * until 06.12.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
|Date:||27.02.2020 - 28.02.2020|
|Location:||Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte|
|Price:||989,- € * until 06.12.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
Revised Circular Economy Package and the Reduction of Maritime Litter
The Circular Economy Package is the cornerstone of sustainable waste management in Europe. Recent changes in the Plastics Strategy introduce ambitious requirements for recyclability and require a smart resource management. Both public and private stakeholders are challenged to adapt to the new regulation and to take a leading role in achieving the requirements.
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 waste companies 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 speakers and 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
- New Challenges and Opportunities for Cross-Border Cooperation
- What are the challenges and opportunities of the new plastics regulation?
- How can waste management companies get prepared and benefit from the revised legislation?
- What is changing regarding the calculation of recycling rates and how to measure recycling in the future?
- How to encourage waste prevention and communal recycling initiatives?
- What are the best practices of waste separation, collection and treatment of food and bio-waste?
- How to facilitate the separate collection of bio-waste?
- What are the new changes regarding “extended producer responsibility”?
- What demands poses the monitoring system on public authorities?
- How to reach non-toxic material cycles?
- Public Authorities and Inspectorates:
- Heads of Unit and Officials responsible for waste legislation, waste management and environment at the European, national, regional and local level
- Environmental Agencies and Waste Companies:
- Managing Directors, Heads of Department responsible for waste management operations and investments at the European, regional or local level
Location: Courtyard by Marriott Berlin Mitte