TAKING PLACE IN NEW DATE

due to Covid-19 pandemic

11th INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS' CONFERENCE

ENVIROMANAGEMENT 2021

WASTE INFRASTRUCTURE

DEALING WITH THE COVID-19 EXPERIENCE

MAY 6 – 7, 2021
HOTEL PATRIA****, ŠTRBSKÉ PLESO, HIGH TATRAS, SLOVAKIA

Due to the ever-changing situation of the Covid pandemic and traveling restrictions between European countries, the Program Committee has decided to postpone

the 11th international experts’ conference

Enviromanagement 2020

to the date of May 6 – 7, 2021.

We believe one of the key benefits of holding the conference in a location where participants can meet and network with many other industry colleagues is key the success of past conferences.  Sadly, this would not be the case if the conference was to go as originally planned.

The main topics of the conference will remain largely unchanged and up-to-date information on lecturers and presentations can be found on the Enviromanagement 2021 conference website.

Yours sincerely

Gabriela Stuchlá
Conference Manager

“WASTE & RESOURCES MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE
- THE CHALLENGE OF MEETING CURRENT AND FUTURE DEMANDS”

WASTE INFRASTRUCTURE

TAILORED DEVELOPMENT, ON-TIME DELIVERY
AND SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS

DEALING WITH THE COVID-19 EXPERIENCE

A NEW CHALLENGE FOR THE WASTE & RESOURCES INDUSTRY

MAIN TOPICS

WASTE INFRASTRUCTURE

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    INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

    Infrastructure development for waste & resource management:

    • Current economic and environmental needs.
    • National strategies and goals and European environmental policy.
    • Relevant legal framework for the area of waste and resource infrastructure projects.
    • Funding of infrastructure – economic and financial considerations.
    • Financial performance of waste treatment projects.
    • Reduction of pollution and environmental burdens.
    • Newly available and potential methods of treatment and disposal.
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    DELIVERY OF INFRASTRUCTURE

    Conditions, possibilities and external factors:

    • Current processing capacity and ensuring future requirements are met.
    • New built facilities and emerging technologies.
    • Infrastructure for the transport and delivery of waste and resources.
    • Recent operational experiences.
    • State-of-the-art waste treatment technologies: Features, opportunities, limitations.
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    OPERATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE

    Operation of facilities and the role of technology:

    • Current capacity, limits and limitations vs. required and planned outputs.
    • Expected and planned technological changes and innovations.
    • Public Relations – negative attitudes of the public and how to overcome them
    • Case studies from recent projects

COVID-19 EXPERIENCE

The year 2020 will forever be remembered for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic COVID-19 exposed just how vulnerable a modern global society is and at the same time provided a stark warning that:

  • in times of national crisis, response plans must not overlook the ongoing importance of managing waste; and
  • that the waste and resource industry must have its own crisis management plans together with resilient infrastructure able to operate throughout a crisis.

We now see that each country chose a different approach to managing its waste during the pandemic. We would therefore like to use this opportunity to compare the effectiveness of different responses and strategies within the sector.  This is a unique chance reflect, and also prepare the waste and resource industry for future crises management.

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    DEALING WITH THE COVID-19 EXPERIENCE

    A New Challenge for the Waste & Resources Industry:

    • Importance of the waste and resource sector in crisis management.
    • Continuity of essential services and workforce management.
    • Implementing crisis operations and returning to normal services.
    • Impact of preemptive and quarantine measures on operations.
    • Maintaining up to date crisis management plans.
    • Financial considerations during a crisis situation.
    • International responses to the pandemic and the effectiveness of adopted measures.

WASTE INFRASTRUCTURE

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    INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

    Infrastructure development for waste & resource management:

    Current economic and environmental needs.

    National strategies and goals and European environmental policy.

    Relevant legal framework for the area of waste and resource infrastructure projects.

    Funding of infrastructure – economic and financial considerations.

    Financial performance of waste treatment projects.

    Reduction of pollution and environmental burdens.

    Newly available and potential methods of treatment and disposal.

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    DELIVERY OF INFRASTRUCTURE

    Conditions, possibilities and external factors:

    Current processing capacity and ensuring future requirements are met.

    New built facilities and emerging technologies.

    Infrastructure for the transport and delivery of waste and resources.

    Recent operational experiences.

    State-of-the-art waste treatment technologies: Features, opportunities, limitations.

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    OPERATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE

    Operation of facilities and the role of technology:

    Current capacity, limits and limitations vs. required and planned outputs.

    Expected and planned technological changes and innovations.

    Public Relations – negative attitudes of the public and how to overcome them

    Case studies from recent projects

COVID-19 EXPERIENCE

The year 2020 will forever be remembered for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic COVID-19 exposed just how vulnerable a modern global society is and at the same time provided a stark warning that:

  • in times of national crisis, response plans must not overlook the ongoing importance of managing waste; and
  • that the waste and resource industry must have its own crisis management plans together with resilient infrastructure able to operate throughout a crisis.

We now see that each country chose a different approach to managing its waste during the pandemic. We would therefore like to use this opportunity to compare the effectiveness of different responses and strategies within the sector.  This is a unique chance reflect, and also prepare the waste and resource industry for future crises management.

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    DEALING WITH THE COVID-19 EXPERIENCE

    A New Challenge for the Waste & Resources Industry:

    Importance of the of waste and resource sector in crisis management.

    Continuity of essential services and workforce management.

    Implementing crisis operations and returning to normal services.

    Impact of preemptive and quarantine measures on operations.

    Maintaining up to date crisis management plans.

    Financial considerations during a crisis situation.

    International responses to the pandemic and the effectiveness of adopted measures.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

(in alphabetical order)

Ing. Petr Havelka

Executive Director

ČAOH – The Czech Waste Management Association, Prague, Czech Republic

Dipl.-Ing. Peter Hoffmeyer

CEO

Nehlsen AG, Bremen, Germany

Euston Ling, BE(Chem), MBT, FCIWM

Head of Technical Assurance for the North London Heat & Power Project

North London Waste Authority, London, UK

Mgr. Jozef Semančín, LL.M.

Managing Partner

SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia

Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Siebenhandl

Chairman of the Technical Committee for Waste Management and City Cleaning

Association of Austrian Cities and Towns, Vienna, Austria

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Steiner

CEO

TBU Environmental Engineering Consultants, Innsbruck, Austria

ORGANIZER AND CONFERENCE MANAGER

Gabriela Stuchlá

CEO
NMC spol. s r.o., Žilina, Slovakia

ORGANIZATIONAL AND PROGRAM COMMITTEE

(in alphabetical order)

Ing. Petr Havelka

Executive Director

ČAOH – The Czech Waste Management Association, Prague, Czech Republic

Dipl.-Ing. Peter Hoffmeyer

CEO

Nehlsen AG, Bremen, Germany

Euston Ling

Manager – Planning and Technical Solutions

Head of Technical Assurance for the North London Heat & Power Project

North London Waste Authority, London, UK

Mgr. Jozef Semančín, LL.M.

Managing Partner

SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia

Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Siebenhandl

Chairman of the Technical Committee for Waste Management and City Cleaning

Association of Austrian Cities and Towns, Vienna, Austria

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Steiner

CEO

TBU Environmental Engineering Consultants, Innsbruck, Austria

CONFERENCE PARTNERS

CONFERENCE PARTNERS

Hofstetter Gastechnik AG

Hindelbank, Switzerland

SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o.

Bratislava, Slovakia
The Slovak law firm providing guidance in environmental regulation.

TOMRA Sorting Sp. z o.o.

Katowice, Poland
Recycling and sensor-based waste sorting

MEDIA PARTNERS

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The Slovak Association of Waste Management
Bratislava, Slovakia

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The Czech Waste Management Association
Prague, Czech Republic

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Hungarian Waste Management Federation (HOSZ)
Budapest, Hungary

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Profi Press s.r.o. and portal Odpady-online.cz
Prague, Czech Republic

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odpady-portal.sk and the Waste Management magazine
Bratislava, Slovakia

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Průmyslová ekologie s.r.o.
Prague, Czech Republic

INVITED ARE


Representatives of public institutions, cities, and municipalities responsible for protection of environment and waste management

Representatives of significant waste originators and processors, waste collecting companies, organizations for accountability of producers
(unit: technology, economy, production, and management processes)

Scientific and research organizations, independent experts and specialists participating in significant enviro projects

Institutions participating in financing of enviro projects

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Change of the date
ENVIROMANAGEMENT 2021
May 6 – 7, 2021

CONFERENCE FEE

EARLY BIRD

early bird

280 €

336 € incl. VAT

until January 31, 2021

CONFERENCE FEE PAYBACK GUARANTEE

If it is not possible to hold the conference “Enviromanagement 2020 ” on the original date due to the anti-pandemic measures in Slovakia, the participation fee will be paid back.

Conference fee does not apply to lecturers with expert non-commercial presentation.

Kindly pay the conference fee according to the document sent to you from the organizers after the registration of your application. The document for tax purposes will be issued on the day of payment.
Conference fee covers access to the conference venue, working materials, refreshments, working lunch, reception.

VAT 20% is not included. Place of delivery: Slovak Republic.

Accommodation and transport is not covered by the conference fee.
The conference fee is non-refundable. In case of absence working materials will be delivered via email. It is possible to appoint a substitute participant.

TIME SCHEDULE

Registration
Thursday. September 24, 2020
8:30 – 9:30
Program
Thursday. September 24, 2020
9:30 – 18:00
Friday. September 25, 2020
9:00 – 12:30
Reception
Thursday. September 24, 2020
19:30 Friendly evening with lecturers

TIME
SCHEDULE

REGISTRATION

Thursday. September 24, 2020   8:30 – 9:30

PROGRAM

Thursday. September 24, 2020   9:30 – 18:00

Friday. September 25, 2020   9:00 – 12:30

RECEPTION
Friendly evening with lecturers

Wednesday. September 24, 2020 19:30

ACCOMMODATION

Hotel Patria****

Štrbské Pleso 33
059 85 High Tatras
Slovakia

GPS: 49° 7′ 28.5″ N. 20° 3′ 40.94″ E
www.hotelpatria.sk/en

Reception

Phone: +421 -52 7848 999
recepcia@hotelpatria.sk

ACCOMMODATION

Hotel Patria****

Štrbské Pleso 33
059 85 High Tatras
Slovakia

GPS: 49° 7′ 28.5″ N. 20° 3′ 40.94″ E
www.hotelpatria.sk/en

Reception
Phone: +421 -52 7848 999
recepcia@hotelpatria.sk

ORGANIZED BY

NMC spol. s r.o.
Makovického 10
010 01 Žilina, Slovakia

Phone: +421-41-5166661
Fax: +421-41-5006977
E-mail: nmc@nmc.sk
Web: www.nmc.sk

Comp. Reg. No. (ID no.): 31639135
Tax Reg. No. (VAT no.): SK2020446890
Company registered in: Business register of the County Court Žilina, Section: Sro, Insert No. 2953/L

VENUE

Hotel Patria****, Štrbské Pleso, High Tatras, Slovakia
GPS: 49° 7′ 28.5″ N. 20° 3′ 40.94″ E

CONFERENCE LANGUAGES

English, Slovak, Czech

SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION

English → Slovak
Slovak / Czech → English

ORGANIZED BY

NMC spol. s r.o.
Makovického 10
010 01 Žilina, Slovakia

Phone: +421-41-5166661
Fax: +421-41-5006977
E-mail: nmc@nmc.sk
Web: www.nmc.sk

Comp. Reg. No. (ID no.): 31639135
Tax Reg. No. (VAT no.): SK2020446890
Company registered in: Business register of the County Court Žilina, Section: Sro, Insert No. 2953/L

VENUE

Hotel Patria****, Štrbské Pleso, High Tatras, Slovakia
GPS: 49° 7′ 28.5″ N. 20° 3′ 40.94″ E

CONFERENCE LANGUAGES

English, Slovak, Czech

SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION

English → Slovak
Slovak / Czech → English

WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOME YOU!