30 MAY 2012
17:30 - 19:30
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Defra's New Technologies Demonstrator Programme (NTDP) was established to enable pilot-scale trials of new technologies for the treatment of biodegradable municipal solid waste (BMW). A programme of research, monitoring and evaluation associated with each of the pilot plant has provided comprehensive data on their costs, effectiveness, strengths, weaknesses and general operational performance.
This evening lecture, linked to the August 2011 issue of Waste and Resource Management, will present and discuss the results of this monitoring programme and the lessons learned for the treatment of BMW. The information will be of value to all those involved in the development, specification, procurement and operation of facilities for the treatment of biodegradable municipal solid waste.
The topics covered by the expert speaker line up include:
- The Defra New Technology Demonstrator Programme (NTDP)
- Anaerobic Digestion
- Mechanical Heat Treatment
- William Powrie, University of Southampton
- Charles Banks, University of Southampton
- Edward Stentiford, University of Leeds
- Anne Stringfellow, University of Southampton
- Mike Pugh, Independent Consultant
Chaired by John Burns, Programme Director, Waste Infrastructure Delivery Programme (WIPD), Defra
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