UNTHA will be heading down under to Australia in February for AIEN’s Australian Waste to Energy Forum, in Ballarat, Victoria.
And our sales director, Gary Moore, won’t just be there representing the UNTHA team – he’s also set to take to the ‘stage’.
This year’s event theme ‘On the road to recovery’, has a specific focus on the waste hierarchy fundamentals and their application, as well as the country’s waste diversion and energy supply landscape. Other key topics up for debate are the appropriate use of alternative WtE technologies and the definition of residual materials – to name just a couple.
Gary has therefore been invited to deliver a 20-minute seminar, RDF and PEF – Australia’s future resources? With almost 30 years’ experience within the waste and recycling sector, he’ll be drawing upon international examples from the ever-changing landscape to explore what role alternative fuels will play in the country’s future resource strategy. Using successful, global WtE projects as reference points for delegates, Gary will also be exploring whether there is a secret to high quality fuel production for maximum environmental compliance, plant yield and operational success.
The Forum will be taking place between 18 – 20th February 2020 at Mercure Ballarat Hotel and Convention Centre, and Gary’s session will be on Thursday 20th February at 09:00. A white paper covering the key themes will also be available for attendees to take away to widen their thinking.
The yearly event acts as a platform for collaboration between local governments and industry professionals, allowing them to discuss and, in turn, develop the right infrastructure and waste services the country needs.
If you’d like to find out more about the Forum or the upcoming topics in Gary’s talk, please connect with him on LinkedIn!