Fellows Environmental are joining forces with Stopford Energy and Environment and Envirolink to deliver two one-day training courses this autumn which aim to disentangle the complexities of the Energy from Waste sector.
Thursday 25th October – Feedstocks and Technologies for Energy from Waste Schemes – Information
The first course provides a thorough grounding in the principles of energy recovery from waste, an awareness of available technologies, and the ability to make informed, evidence-based decisions.
Thursday 1st November – Policy and Financial Considerations for Energy from Waste Schemes – Information
The second course gives a broad understanding of the waste policy framework within which EfW exists, an in depth knowledge of financial incentives and disincentives, and a grasp of the planning and environmental permitting systems.
The issues covered in the two courses are crucial for enabling new schemes to be developed and operated successfully and for schemes to be well conceived, access all available benefits and deal with potential obstacles to progress at an early stage.
Both courses are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Wastes Management (CIWM) and will provide delegates with a thorough grounding of either the theoretical and practical aspects of EfW schemes or the key waste policy and financial considerations to take when involved in such a project.