Michele Giavini al Workshop ECN “Biowaste in the Circular Economy”- 2017
Michele Giavini parteciperà come relatore al workshop “Biowaste in the Circular Economy” che si terrà il 6 settembre a Bruxelles, organizzato da ECN-European Compost Network, insieme ad esponenti della Commissione Europea e del Parlamento.
La sua relazione dal titolo “Separate collection of biowaste – is it technically, economically and environmentally practicable?” susciterà il dibattito, nell’ambito della revisione del nuovo pacchetto sull’Economia Circolare.
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On behalf of the European Compost Network, I herewith like to invite you to participate in the workshop “Biowaste in the Circular Economy,” which will take place on Wednesday 6 September. The workshop is hosted by the European Committee of the Regions, who have kindly provided their facilities (Jacques Delors Building, Rue Belliard 101, Brussels) for this event.
During the workshop, European policy makers currently negotiating the Circular Economy’s waste proposal will provide insight on the ongoing interinstitutional discussions on particularly the sustainable management of biowaste. Additionally, key stakeholders will provide practical experiences on the implementation of separate collection & organic recycling of biowaste in different European countries.
By participating in the workshop you will gain an understanding of the latest state-of-play of the negotiations, and expand your understanding on the role biowaste plays in achieving a more circular economy. It will also allow you to meet with key policy makers and stakeholders shaping European sustainable waste management.
Dr Babette Winter, CoR member and Rapporteur of the Circular Economy, State Secretary for Culture and Europe in the Thuringian State Chancellery, Germany
Henrik Lystad, Chair of the European Compost Network
Silvija Aile, European Commission DG ENV B.3
European Parliament’s Voice
Member State Representative (tbc)
Michele Giavini, Italian Compost & Biogas Council, Italy
Günther Langer, Waste Management Munich, Germany (tbc)
Pille Aarna, Ministry of Environment, Estonia