How will the government's Waste Strategy Review shape the future of energy from waste projects?

The government's Waste Strategy Review has been published and aims to clarify the role energy-from-waste will play in England's waste policy.

The aim of the Waste Strategy Review is to move towards a 'zero waste economy' with energy from waste to play an increasingly important role in achieving this target.

SMi Group's fourth annual Energy from Waste event will investigate the implications of the Waste Strategy Review and how the regulatory and political frameworks will govern and encourage the industry sector's future development.

Energy from Waste will focus on the commercial opportunities that continue to exist and emerge from energy from waste and will provide attendees with the opportunity to hear industry experts and operators discuss and debate the key issues in this field.

The speaker line up includes Michael Grimes, head of projects at Eversheds, who will investigate how the latest regulations and policy will shape the energy from waste industry.

Energy from Waste will take place on Monday 19 – Tuesday 20 September at the Copthorne Tara Hotel in London.

Energy from Waste is sponsored by Black and Veatch and Schmack CARBOTECH GmbH.

Full information and the conference programme can be found at www.smi-online.co.uk/2011energy-waste76.asp

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