Spanning myriad thermal and non-thermal technologies, from anaerobic digestion to gasification to processed engineered fuel, Energy from Waste (EfW)- also known as Waste to Energy (WtE) - can play a significant role in an integrated waste management and resource recovery system by harnessing energy from residual material, as proven in Europe, Asia, and the US. It is also a key piece in the emissions puzzle, driving our aspirations for a net zero future to reality.
The theme for the conference (postponed to March 2022) is “The role of EfW in delivering a net zero future”, and aims to bring industry experts to the table to uncover pathways that will lead us to a low-carbon future. It will also focus on the regulatory landscape, planning and development, stakeholder engagement, and technology and innovation – the factors that are all the more pertinent today as proponents move forward in their EfW journey and more projects start to come online across Australia.
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Click on the link below to view the 2022 Energy from Waste Conference program.
2022 EfW Conference Program
WELCOME FUNCTION @ THE QT MELBOURNE ROOFTOP
The pre-conference welcome function is being held at Rooftop Bar at the QT Melbourne from 6-8pm. Tickets are not required, your name will be checked off at registration.
The QT is located at 133 Russell St, Melbourne. Google map.
CONFERENCE @ ZINC FEDERATION SQUARE
The 2-day conference is being held at ZINC Federation Square, located at the corner of Princes Walk & Russell St Ext, Melbourne. Google map.
Please enter the venue via the main entrance, which can be found at the Russell St Ext side of the building (i.e. the park/playground side, not the river side).
ZINC is within walking distance of most city hotels and conveniently located just 250m from Flinders Street Station. Paid parking is also available at the Fed Square carpark, accessible via Russell Street or Batman Avenue (Exhibition Street extension / City Link). For rates and further information please visit: https://fedsquare.com/parking
CONFERENCE DINNER @ MELBOURNE MUSEUM
The official conference dinner is being held at the iconic Melbourne Museum from 6:30-10:30pm. The dress is cocktail.
Melbourne Museum is located at 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton, and short tram or taxi ride from the city. Google map.
For more information on how to get to the museum go to www.museumsvictoria.com.au
A COVID-SAFE EVENT
The health of our members, speakers and delegates is our priority, and we've been working hard to ensure we can safely deliver the 2022 Energy from Waste Conference in person. You can be assured we will follow all Victorian Government regulations in running this event. Our conference venue, ZINC Federation Square, have an approved COVIDSafe plan in place and strict adherence to this plan forms part of our contract with them.
If you're planning on travelling to the conference from interstate, keep up-to-date with all border restrictions and entry rules at vic.gov.au
Until 8 March 2022
From 9 March 2022
Conference registrations include access to all sessions, trade exhibition, catering (morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea) and speaker presentations (post-conference). Full registration includes the welcome function, 2-day conference and official conference dinner.
- Payment is via credit card at the time of registration, or choose to 'pay later' via invoice.
- Cancellations must be notified in writing to WMRR at [email protected] Cancellations received on or prior to the 8 March 2022 will receive a refund less a $150 administration charge. Refunds WILL NOT be issued for cancellations received after 8 March 2022. Substitutions within organisations are welcome without penalty, however fees will apply for any additional inclusions.
- A full refund will be issued for cancellations due to government-imposed travel restrictions.
- A late fee will apply to registrations received after 8 March 2022.
- WMRR does not disclose any personal information to third parties without prior consent.