25 November 2015
Short course in Green Waste Management
Turning public and private green waste for resourceful energy production
A 2 day professional training programme for tackling crucial issues in implementing management systems for bioenergy recovery from green waste by providing and discussing relevant information.
This programme is for professionals from the public as well as private sector, either into managing green waste themselves or advising waste management companies. Furthermore, people with high motivation to recover unused green waste material in a sustainable way are welcome to join. Experience in green waste management or green area maintenance and the capability to integrate biomass recovery systems in the respective regions is beneficial.
Learn about logistics, technology and economics of green waste management including practice examples
Address legal boundaries and the opportunities and benefits of public participation
Develop the essential skills for a sustainable and climate-concerned management of urban biomass resources.
Join an exciting site-visit to see the innovative green waste management system of the city of Baden-Baden (Germany)
Exchange tangible ideas and problems in order to develop and discuss potential solutions
Work in an interactive and experience-based way in order to jointly develop suitable approaches
Discuss your own challenges & barriers with coaches, experts and fellow participants
Benefit from the combination of recent scientific findings with practitioner oriented case studies
Become part of an world-class network of professionals and researchers within the Climate-KIC community
EUR 800: The full course fee for each 2-day course is €800 and covers:
All programme activities
Refreshments and lunch
Discounts can apply to participants from NGOs, public authorities and Start-ups. Please contact the local project manager of each edition to make sure to benefit from a 50 per cent fee reduction if you fall into one of the afore mentioned categories.
Take advantage of a 20 per cent early-bird reduction by applying before 27 October 2015.