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Advanced Conversion Technology Focus at World Waste to Energy City Summit in London

There will be a firm focus on advanced conversion technologies and the need for innovation, not just in technology, but in policy, finance and partnership models at this year’s World Waste to Energy City Summit in London.

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There will be a firm focus on advanced conversion technologies and the need for innovation, not just in technology, but in policy, finance and partnership models at this year’s World Waste to Energy City Summit in London.

 

The event, taking place Ma 10-11, will also showcase global project opportunities from waste to energy hotspots in the Middle East, North America, Eastern Europe, Australia and South East Asia and facilitating valuable business connections in these markets.

 

The organisers said that the 2016 World Waste to Energy City Summit will bring together a world class speaking faculty including international waste management CEOs, developers, bankers, private equity financiers, technology providers and industrial end users for two days of intensive networking.

 

There will be extensive networking opportunities over the two days including roundtable discussion groups, 1-1 meetings and a drinks reception hosted by Atkins at the Grange Tower Bridge.


If you would like to get involved in speaking or exhibiting at the summit, please contact Stephan Groves on +44 (0)1273 789 912.

 

Waste Management World readers can receive a £200 discount when they visit www.worldwastetoenergy.com and register quoting discount code WMW16

 

 

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