Collection of bio-waste in densely populated areas

4 December 2018 – 2PM – Brussels time 

 

Today, only 30% of bio-waste across Europe is collected separately and recycled in a sustainable way but it accounts for the largest fraction in municipal solid waste. In densely populated areas the collection is not easy but on the webinar you can learn which is the ultimate system to maximise it and make it cost-efficient. Our experts will also talk about the best practices and how new technology could help in the process.

Team member
Janko Kramžar
Director at Snaga d.o.o.
Janko Kramžar has been working in the field of municipal waste management since 2002. He is a director of the public company Snaga, the largest waste management company in Slovenia and the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Slovenian Chamber of Local Public Economy. Previously he had a 10 year career in finance. Janko Kramžar has a vast amount of knowledge on key issues regarding the solid waste management from a governance, infrastructure, public health, social, and environmental perspective. He has a detailed understanding of the innovative technical, social and economic factors that impact on the development of sustainable waste management practices and transition to circular economy. Public company Snaga is overseeing the biggest cohesion and environmental project in Slovenia - the Regional Waste Management Centre (RCERO) Ljubljana. Regional Centre has the capacity to solve the waste problems for 700.000 inhabitants, which represents one third of the whole Slovenian population.
Team member
Michele Giavini
B.Sc. Env. Sci. Senior Expert at CIC - Italian Composting and Biogas Association
Michele runs his own consultancy, ARS ambiente, focusing on source separation of biowaste since 2001. Expert in waste data processing and visualization, he supports the Italian Composting Association and is involved in many international projects on innovation in waste management and citizen sensitization, including Pay As You Throw.
Team member
Enzo Favoino
Scientific Coordinator at Zero Waste Europe
Enzo Favoino is a technical expert and researcher at the Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza (Italy) and has decades of experience in the separate waste collection, recycling, composting and prevention. He is an expert in EU waste legislation and is highly knowledgeable in the field of European policy-making. He is one of the founders of the European Compost Network and the coordinator of the Scientific Committee of the Zero Waste Research Centre in Italy.
Team member
Esra Tat
Moderator - Network and Development Coordinator at Zero Waste Europe
Esra Tat leads on the strategic development of the ZWE network and coordinates the Zero Waste Cities programme with its knowledge platform, the Zero Waste Masterplan, and the flagship “Zero Waste Municipality” mentoring and recognition programme. She is in charge of designing and further developing the tools to promote and accelerate Zero Waste strategies at the local level. In support of the ZWE members, she also oversees the recognition programme at the European level. Previously ,with a background on project management and environment, Esra co-directed a social enterprise and worked as a programme manager on energy efficiency and eco-housing programs. Esra holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and Management.
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