UNTHA’s energy-from-waste (EfW) specialist Gary Moore will be heading to Australia to join the team at FOCUS enviro for AIEN’s Australian Waste to Energy Forum.
Held from February 18-20 in Victoria, the event’s theme this year is, ‘on the road to recovery’.
It has a specific focus on the waste hierarchy fundamentals and their application, as well as waste diversion and the energy supply landscape. Other key topics up for debate are the appropriate use of alternative EfW technologies and the definition of residual materials – just to name a few.
FOCUS enviro and UNTHA are proud supporters of the forum and are sponsoring the conference dinner networking event on February 19.
Moore, who works at UNTHA in the UK, joins the FOCUS enviro team this year to discuss the latest equipment solutions from UNTHA and he has also been invited to present on a talk about RDF and PEF.
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 EfW projects as reference points for delegates.
Moore’s session will be on February 20 at 9am.
The AIEN forum is an annual platform for collaboration between government, industry and individuals to be able to learn, network and discuss issues in an open forum with like-minded and interested companies and individuals.
It is being held at the Mercure Ballarat Hotel and Convention Centre, Victoria.
FOCUS Enviro is also hosting a Demo Day in Melbourne at the end of the conference on February 20. The company will showcase UNTHA shredding technology. Limited spots are available. Those interested in attending should contact Simone at email@example.com.