The Study Tour Waste to Energy includes special seminars and technical site visits to 10 plants and facilities in operation in Alpine Germany and Austria, including transfers, accommodation and meals over five days.
Seminars on Sustainable Waste Management in Europe based on Prevention, Recycling, Recovery, Treatment,and Intermediate Storage - without any disposal of untreated wastes exceeding 5% TOC (Total Organic Carbon) in landfills.
For technical background on energy production; using refuse derived fuels, see the publication
White Book “Waste-to-Energy in Austria – Figures, Data, Facts
published by the Federal Ministry for Agriculture and Forestry, Environment and Water Management (Publisher), 3rd edition, 2015
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The programme is subject to change.
|Registration Fees (incl. VAT)||3450.00||2950.00||3750.00||3250.00|
Registration fee includes accommodation with breakfast during the duration of the Study Tour from Sunday night
June 18 to Friday afternoon 23, 2017, handouts, refreshments, lunch and dinner, transportation and visits to the waste treatment plants.
Upon Registration, seminar participants accept all accommodation arrangements organised by ISWA.
The discounts are awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis and need to be requested by email from firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage you to become an ISWA Member. For information please visit www.iswa.org.
Deadline for registration is May 31, 2017.
Register with ISWA online via the button below.
Due to the nature of the programme, the number of participants is limited to a maximum of 25 and a minimum of 12 participants.
Cancellation and refund are subject to the following conditions:
Franz Neubacher is an Environmental Consultant and Chemical Engineer
M.Sc. Technology & Policy (M.I.T., USA)
M.Sc. Chemical Engineering (TU Graz, Austria)
UVP Environmental Management and Engineering