14TH INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS' CONFERENCE

ENVIROMANAGEMENT 2024

MANAGING SOLID WASTE AND RESOURCES PROPERLY...

FAILING TO PLAN IS PLANNING TO FAIL

SEPTEMBER 30 - OCTOBER 1, 2024
HOTEL PATRIA ****, ŠTRBSKÉ PLESO, HIGH TATRAS
SLOVAKIA

MAIN TOPICS

ENVIROMANAGEMENT is the premier Waste and Resource conference in Slovakia.  Each year, it offers the chance to learn more about specialist topics affecting the waste and recycling industry, and also to network with experts from 20* European countries in a beautiful and unique setting.
This year, the theme for will be “MANAGING SOLID WASTE AND RESOURCES PROPERLY . . . failing to plan is planning to fail”.

Waste and recycling projects are notoriously difficult to realise, particularly those involving new infrastructure and services.  These often involve complex financing arrangements, detailed legal agreements, managing the views of a diverse range of stakeholders, developing  intricate technical designs, and conducting thorough environmental investigations.  As a result, these projects can often have long lead in times and cost huge sums of money, even before a single brick has been laid.

Please come and join us at Enviromanagement 2024 in the High Tatras, where we will delve into the many facets of planning successful waste and resource management projects, and provide case studies based on actual experience of our expert speakers.

* At least once at the conference represented countries:
Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Austria, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Switzerland, Sweden, Italy, UK, Ukraine

Here’s a taste of the preliminary programme we have developed so far . . .

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    NAVIGATING THE PLANNING PROCESS

    [example of presentation:

    David Robert Newman, European Bioeconomy Bureau, Brussels, Belgium
    Update on EU Policies – The New Europe: What the Brussels landscape is likely to look like.

    Jozef Richtarčík, Enviconsulting, s.r.o., Malý Slavkov, Slovakia
    The current legislative framework for EIAs in the Slovak Republic – Practical experience, problem areas, key issues, and impacts typically addressed in waste management EIAs.

    Christian Schreyer, Umbrella Organization of Styrian Waste Management Associations, Seiersberg-Pirka, Austria
    Poor Planning Today – Creating Tomorrow’s Mistakes. A look back at 30 years operation of communal drop-off centers.

    Helga Stoiber, UVP Environmental Management and Engineering GmbH, Vienna, Austria
    Avoiding a Bumpy Ride: How rigorous EIAs and project communication can pave the way to project success – Insights from three decades Waste-to-Energy permitting in Austria.]

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    MONITORING SUCCESS OF WASTE INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS - AVOIDING SUNKEN INVESTMENTS

    [example of presentation:

    Jozef Halaška, Ministry of the Environment of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovakia
    News in waste management projects support compared to the previous Operational program Quality of the Environment.

    Michal Hort, EOSNEBOTRA, a.s., Bratislava, Slovakia
    Possibilities of grants for the „green“ projects.

    Pavel Novák, Odpadová poradenská, s.r.o., Prague, Czech Republic
    The Czech Republic is NOT at risk of not achieving EU Waste targets in 2025 – Has our approach to planning gotten us into this situation?

    Peter Person, Environmental Fund, Bratislava, Slovakia
    Environmental Fund: Loans & Modernization Fund.

    Jozef Semančín, Law Firm SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia
    How to talk with banks to get financing on time. What to do and what to avoid doing.

    Martin Steiner, TBU Environmental Engineering Consultants, Innsbruck, Austria
    Avoiding the creation of stranded assets – Lessons learned from projects financed by International Finance Institutions.]

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    COLLECTION AND TRANSPORT

    [example of presentation:

    Jarno Stet, Westminster City Council, London, UK
    Waste Collection and Transport Within the City of Westminster, London.

    Evelyn Wolfslehner, Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Wien, Austria]
    Waste from road to rail: Experiences from a long-term project, and outlook – Mandatory rail transport of certain wastes from 2023 in (and through) Austria.]

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    TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL

    [example of presentation:

    Euston Ling, North London Waste Authority, London, UK
    Lessons learnt so far on the ongoing journey of implementing a 2,000 tpd WtE facility . . .
    Planning, Engineering, Architecture, Environment, Traffic, Consultation, Contracts, and Funding = RISKS!

    Michal Repašský, Bright Renewables B.V., Enschede, The Netherlands
    Planning of Biomethane facility. From substrates to Biogas and Biomethane.]

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    CASE STUDIES - SUCCESS STORIES

    [example of presentation:

    Leonardo Benuzzi, Sartori Ambiente Srl, Arco, Italy
    From collecting waste to collecting data: A digitalisation journey towards the bin as a waste meter.

    Florian Ennemoser & Armin Wolf, Wiegon GmbH, Landeck, Austria
    The future of the recycling center is digital.

    Kornelia Giersig, Innsbruck University Hospital, Innsbruck, Austria
    Case Study: Managing healthcare (and related) waste in a large hospital – Constant observation and adaption of procedures are the keys to success.

    Peter Pajerchin, BRANTNER Slovakia s.r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia
    The Center for Energy and Biological Waste Recovery (CEBZ) – Bold idea execution in Slovak conditions.]

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    HOT TOPICS

    [example of presentation:

    Roman Hubálek, TOMRA Sorting s.r.o., Senec, Slovakia
    Automatic optical sorting of separated and mixed municipal waste.]

MAIN TOPICS

ENVIROMANAGEMENT is the premier Waste and Resource conference in Slovakia.  Each year, it offers the chance to learn more about specialist topics affecting the waste and recycling industry, and also to network with experts from 20* European countries in a beautiful and unique setting.  This year, the theme for will be “MANAGING SOLID WASTE AND RESOURCES PROPERLY . . . failing to plan is planning to fail”.

Waste and recycling projects are notoriously difficult to realise, particularly those involving new infrastructure and services.  These often involve complex financing arrangements, detailed legal agreements, managing the views of a diverse range of stakeholders, developing  intricate technical designs, and conducting thorough environmental investigations.  As a result, these projects can often have long lead in times and cost huge sums of money, even before a single brick has been laid.

Please come and join us at Enviromanagement 2024 in the High Tatras, where we will delve into the many facets of planning successful waste and resource management projects, and provide case studies based on actual experience of our expert speakers.

* At least once at the conference represented countries:
Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Austria, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Switzerland, Sweden, Italy, UK, Ukraine

Here’s a taste of the preliminary programme we have developed so far . . .

  • null

    NAVIGATING THE PLANNING PROCESS

    [example of presentation:

    David Robert Newman, European Bioeconomy Bureau, Brussels, Belgium
    Update on EU Policies – The New Europe: What the Brussels landscape is likely to look like.

    Jozef Richtarčík, Enviconsulting, s.r.o., Malý Slavkov, Slovakia
    The current legislative framework for EIAs in the Slovak Republic – Practical experience, problem areas, key issues, and impacts typically addressed in waste management EIAs.

    Christian Schreyer, Umbrella Organization of Styrian Waste Management Associations, Seiersberg-Pirka, Austria
    Poor Planning Today – Creating Tomorrow’s Mistakes. A look back at 30 years operation of communal drop-off centers.

    Helga Stoiber, UVP Environmental Management and Engineering GmbH, Vienna, Austria
    Avoiding a Bumpy Ride: How rigorous EIAs and project communication can pave the way to project success – Insights from three decades Waste-to-Energy permitting in Austria.]

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    MONITORING SUCCESS OF WASTE INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS - AVOIDING SUNKEN INVESTMENTS

    [example of presentation:

    Jozef Halaška, Ministry of the Environment of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovakia
    News in waste management projects support compared to the previous Operational program Quality of the Environment.

    Michal Hort, EOSNEBOTRA, a.s., Bratislava, Slovakia
    Possibilities of grants for the „green“ projects.

    Pavel Novák, Odpadová poradenská, s.r.o., Prague, Czech Republic
    The Czech Republic is NOT at risk of not achieving EU Waste targets in 2025 – Has our approach to planning gotten us into this situation?

    Peter Person, Environmental Fund, Bratislava, Slovakia
    Environmental Fund: Loans & Modernization Fund.

    Jozef Semančín, Law Firm SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia
    How to talk with banks to get financing on time. What to do and what to avoid doing.

    Martin Steiner, TBU Environmental Engineering Consultants, Innsbruck, Austria
    Avoiding the creation of stranded assets – Lessons learned from projects financed by International Finance Institutions.]

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    COLLECTION AND TRANSPORT

    [example of presentation:

    Jarno Stet, Westminster City Council, London, UK
    Waste Collection and Transport Within the City of Westminster, London.

    Evelyn Wolfslehner, Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Wien, Austria
    Waste from road to rail: Experiences from a long-term project, and outlook – Mandatory rail transport of certain wastes from 2023 in (and through) Austria.]

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    TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL

    [example of presentation:

    Euston Ling, North London Waste Authority, London, UK
    Lessons learnt so far on the ongoing journey of implementing a 2,000 tpd WtE facility . . .
    Planning, Engineering, Architecture, Environment, Traffic, Consultation, Contracts, and Funding = RISKS!

    Michal Repašský, Bright Renewables B.V., Enschede, The Netherlands
    Planning of Biomethane facility. From substrates to Biogas and Biomethane.]

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    CASE STUDIES - SUCCESS STORIES

    [example of presentation:

    Leonardo Benuzzi, Sartori Ambiente Srl, Arco, Italy
    From collecting waste to collecting data: A digitalisation journey towards the bin as a waste meter.

    Florian Ennemoser & Armin Wolf, Wiegon GmbH, Landeck, Austria
    The future of the recycling center is digital.

    Kornelia Giersig, Innsbruck University Hospital, Innsbruck, Austria
    Case Study: Managing healthcare (and related) waste in a large hospital – Constant observation and adaption of procedures are the keys to success.

    Peter Pajerchin, BRANTNER Slovakia s.r.o., Bratislava, Slovakia
    The Center for Energy and Biological Waste Recovery (CEBZ) – Bold idea execution in Slovak conditions.]

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    HOT TOPICS

    [example of presentation:

    Roman Hubálek, TOMRA Sorting s.r.o., Senec, Slovakia
    Automatic optical sorting of separated and mixed municipal waste.]

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

(in alphabetical order)

Pavel Bureš

CTO
Energy financial group a.s.
Prague • Czech Republic

Mgr. Katarína Kretter

Head of PR & Marketing
ENVI – PAK, a.s.
Bratislava • Slovakia

Euston Ling, BE(Chem), MBT, FCIWM

Head of Technical Assurance for the North London Heat & Power Project
North London Waste Authority
London • UK

David Newman

Chairman
European Bioeconomy Bureau
Brussels • Belgium

Mgr. Jozef Semančín, LL.M.

Managing Partner
Law Firm SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o.
Bratislava • Slovakia

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

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

(in alphabetical order)

Pavel Bureš

CTO
Energy financial group a.s.
Prague • Czech Republic

Mgr. Katarína Kretter

Head of PR & Marketing
ENVI – PAK, a.s.
Bratislava • Slovakia

Euston Ling, BE(Chem), MBT, FCIWM

Head of Technical Assurance for the North London Heat & Power Project
North London Waste Authority
London • UK

David Newman

Chairman
European Bioeconomy Bureau
Brussels • Belgium

Mgr. Jozef Semančín, LL.M.

Managing Partner
Law Firm SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o.
Bratislava • Slovakia

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

CONFERENCE PARTNERS

Energy financial group a.s.

Prague, Czech Republic
Biomethane production from biodegradable waste and gastrowaste.

ENVI – PAK, a.s.

Bratislava, Slovakia
Member of the International Associations of Producer Responsibility Organizations PRO EUROPE and EXPRA.

Law Firm SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s. r. o.

Bratislava, Slovakia
The law firm providing legal advice in environmental regulation.

TOMRA Sorting s.r.o.

Senec, Slovakia
Recycling and sensor-based waste sorting.

MEDIA PARTNERS

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The Slovak Association of Waste Management
Bratislava, Slovakia

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Hungarian Waste Management Federation (HOSZ)
Budapest, Hungary

Ekologie v praxi, z.s.
Praha, Czech republic

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Profi Press s.r.o. a portál 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

ANNOUNCED PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM

List of papers (in alphabetical order by lecturers)

Leonardo Benuzzi

Innovation Manager
Sartori Ambiente Srl
Arco • Italy

From collecting waste to collecting data: A digitalisation journey towards the bin as a waste meter.

Mag. (FH) Florian Ennemoser

CEO

The future of the recycling center is digital.

Mag. (FH) Armin Wolf

CEO
Wiegon GmbH
Landeck • Austria

Mag. Dr. Kornelia Giersig

Head of the Waste Management Department
Innsbruck University Hospital
Innsbruck • Austria

Case Study: Managing healthcare (and related) waste in a large hospital – Constant observation and adaption of procedures are the keys to success.

Ing. Jozef Halaška

Head of Department Projects Implementation III. (Operational program Quality of the Environment)
The Ministry of the Environment of the Slovak Republic
Bratislava • Slovakia

News in waste management projects support compared to the previous Operational program Quality of the Environment.

Ing. Michal Hort

CEO
EOSNEBOTRA, a.s.
Bratislava • Slovakia

Possibilities of grants for the „green“ projects.

Roman Hubálek

Area Sales Manager Czech republic and Slovakia
TOMRA Sorting s.r.o.
Senec • Slovakia

Automatic optical sorting of separated and mixed municipal waste.

Euston Ling B.E., MBT, FCIWM

Head of Technical Assurance
North London Heat and Power Project
North London Waste Authority
London • UK

Lessons learnt so far on the ongoing journey of implementing a 2,000 tpd WtE facility . . .
Planning, Engineering, Architecture, Environment, Traffic, Consultation, Contracts, and Funding = RISKS!

David Robert Newman, FCIWM

Chairman
European Bioeconomy Bureau
Brussels • Belgium

Update on EU Policies – The New Europe: What the Brussels landscape is likely to look like.

Ing. Pavel Novák

CEO
Odpadová poradenská, s.r.o.
Prague • Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is NOT at risk of not achieving EU Waste targets in 2025 – Has our approach to planning gotten us into this situation?

Ing. Peter Pajerchin

Sales Director – Strategy & Inovation
BRANTNER Slovakia s.r.o.
Bratislava • Slovakia

The Center for Energy and Biological Waste Recovery (CEBZ) – Bold idea execution in Slovak conditions.

Mgr. Peter Person

Head of the Modernization Fund methodology department
Environmental Fund
Bratislava • Slovakia

Environmental Fund: Loans & Modernization Fund.

Ing. Michal Repašský

Project Manager
Bright Renewables B.V.
Enschede • The Netherlands

Planning of Biomethane facility. From substrates to Biogas and Biomethane.

Ing. Jozef Richtarčík, MSc.

Consultant and Statutory
Enviconsulting, s.r.o.
Malý Slavkov • Slovakia

The current legislative framework for EIAs in the Slovak Republic – Practical experience, problem areas, key issues, and impacts typically addressed in waste management EIAs.

Mgr. Jozef Semančín, LL.M.

Managing Partner
Law Firm SEMANČÍN & PARTNERS s.r.o.
Bratislava • Slovakia

How to talk with banks to get financing on time.
What to do and what to avoid doing.

Dr. Christian Schreyer

CEO
Umbrella Organization of Styrian Waste Management Associations
Seiersberg-Pirka • Austria

Poor Planning Today – Creating Tomorrow’s Mistakes.
A look back at 30 years operation of communal drop-off centers.

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Steiner

TBU Environmental Engineering Consultants
Innsbruck • Austria

Avoiding the creation of stranded assets – Lessons learned from projects financed by International Finance Institutions.

Jarno Stet

Waste & Recycling Manager, Waste & Cleansing
Westminster City Council
London • UK

Waste Collection and Transport Within the City of Westminster, London.

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Helga Stoiber

Senior Partner, Engineering & Consulting
UVP Environmental Management and Engineering GmbH
Vienna • Austria

Avoiding a Bumpy Ride: How rigorous EIAs and project communication can pave the way to project success – Insights from three decades Waste-to-Energy permitting in Austria.

Mag. Evelyn Wolfslehner

Head of Department V/2 Law on Waste and Contaminated Sites
Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology
Wien • Austria

Waste from road to rail: Experiences from a long-term project, and outlook – Mandatory rail transport of certain wastes from 2023 in (and through) Austria.

The Conference organizer reserves the right to change the program.

CONFERENCE FEE

EARLY BIRD

until May 19, 2024

310 €

372 € incl. VAT

2 PLUS

May 20 - July 31, 2024

330 €

396 € incl. VAT

BASIC

May 20 - Aug 31, 2024

380 €

456 € incl. VAT

LAST CHANCE

Sept 1, 2024 and later

460 €

552 € incl. VAT

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

2PLUS conference fee valid for 2 and more participants from one organization.

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 
Monday, September 30, 2024
8:30 – 9:30
Program
Monday, September 30, 2024
9:30 – 18:00
Tuesday, October 1, 2024
9:30 – 12:30
Reception
Monday, September 30, 2024
19:30  Friendly evening with lecturers

TIME
SCHEDULE

REGISTRATION

Monday, September 30, 2024  8:30 – 9:30

PROGRAM

Monday, September 30, 2024  9:30 – 18:00

Tuesday, October 1,  2024   9:30 – 12:30

RECEPTION
Friendly evening with lecturers

Monday, September 30,  2024   19:30

ACCOMMODATION

Hotel Patria****

Štrbské Pleso 33
059 85 Vysoké Tatry
Slovakia

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

Reception

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

PRICES FOR ACCOMMODATION

Room (1 person)

(Lux)
125 €

room/ night

Room (2 persons)

(Lux)
140 €

room/ night

Apartment

(Lux)
190 €

apartment / night

Accommodation reservation will be made by the organizer.

Prices for accommodation include breakfast, access to Patria Aqua Paradise, internet, parking fee.

Check in:                        14:00
Check out:                     12:00
Hotel garage:           20 €/day
Local tax:      2,00 € /person / night
The local tax is not included in the accommodation price.

Please indicate the required accommodation in your application.

Accommodation capacity is limited and will be assigned according to the application date.
Reserved rooms are to be paid at the Hotel reception.

ACCOMMODATION

Hotel Patria****

Štrbské Pleso 33
059 85 Vysoké Tatry
Slovakia

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

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

PRICES FOR ACCOMMODATION

Room (1 person)

(Lux)
125 €

room/ night

Room (2 persons)

(Lux)
140 €

room/ night

Apartment

(Lux)
190 €

apartment / night

Accommodation reservation will be made by the organizer.

Prices for accommodation include breakfast, access to Patria Aqua Paradise, internet, parking fee.

Check in:                        14:00
Check out:                     12:00
Hotel garage:           20 €/day
Local tax:      2,00 € /person / night
The local tax is not included in the accommodation price.

Please indicate the required accommodation in your application.

Accommodation capacity is limited and will be assigned according to the application date.
Reserved rooms are to be paid at the Hotel reception.

TRANSPORTATION

Airports

Krakow Airport (Cracow), Poland
Regular flights schedule:www.krakowairport.pl/en/passenger,c70/flight-information,c71/regular-flights-schedule,a181.html
Airlines:www.krakowairport.pl/en/passenger,c70/flight-information,c71/airlines,a182.html
Vienna International Airport, Austria
Regular flights schedule:www.viennaairport.com/en/passengers
Airlines:www.viennaairport.com/en/passengers/airport/airlines
Košice International Airport, Slovakiawww.airportkosice.sk/en
Flight schedule:www.airportkosice.sk/en/passengers/flight-schedule
Airlines:www.airportkosice.sk/en/airlines
Airport Bratislava, Slovakiawww.bts.aero/en/
Flight schedule:www.bts.aero/en/flights/flight-schedule-summer-2018/arrivals/
Airlines:www.bts.aero/en/flights/air-carriers/
Airport Poprad – Tatry, Slovakiawww.airport-poprad.sk/index_en.php
Flight schedule:www.airport-poprad.sk/en/podstranky/cestujuci/letovyporiadok.php

Air-port Transfer

Individual or group transfer can be arranged.

Transfer time from / to:

Airport Cracow, Poland 2:50 hours
Airport Vienna – Schwechat, Austria 4:30 hours
Airport Košice, Slovakia 2:00 hours
Airport Bratislava, Slovakia 3:50 hours

Transfer costs are not included in the conference fee.
Information on price and details of Air-port transfer is available from the organizer.

Hotel Patria is located close to Štrbské Pleso in High Tatras and can be accessed by road from Poprad through the town of Starý Smokovec or Štrba.

Using highways and high speed roads in Slovakia is charged through an electronic vignette.

BUY THE ELECTRONIC VIGNETTE

(more information on www.eznamka.sk/en)

Vignettes for 2024
12,- € / 10 days
17,- € / 30 days
60,- € / 365 days

Cars are obliged to have the lights on during the day.

Maximum speed limits
within city: 50 km/h
outside of city: 90 km/h
highway: 130 km/h

Alcohol
0,00 ‰

Train station is located in the town of Štrbské Pleso, 20 minutes to walk from the Hotel Patria. Changing station for international trains are “Poprad – Tatry” and “Štrba”.

Rail carriers

České dráhy

www.cd.cz/en/default.htm

Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko

www.slovakrail.sk/en.html

Leo Express

www.leoexpress.com/en

REGIOJET

www.regiojet.com

Transfer from / to train station can be arranged.
Transfer costs are not included in the conference fee.

BY PLANE

Airports

Krakow Airport (Cracow), Poland
Regular flights schedule:www.krakowairport.pl/en/passenger,c70/flight-information,c71/regular-flights-schedule,a181.html
Airlines:www.krakowairport.pl/en/passenger,c70/flight-information,c71/airlines,a182.html
Vienna International Airport, Austria
Regular flights schedule:www.viennaairport.com/en/passengers
Airlines:www.viennaairport.com/en/passengers/airport/airlines
Košice International Airport, Slovakiawww.airportkosice.sk/en
Flight schedule:www.airportkosice.sk/en/passengers/flight-schedule
Airlines:www.airportkosice.sk/en/airlines
Airport Bratislava, Slovakiawww.bts.aero/en/
Flight schedule:www.bts.aero/en/flights/flight-schedule-summer-2018/arrivals/
Airlines:www.bts.aero/en/flights/air-carriers/
Airport Poprad – Tatry, Slovakiawww.airport-poprad.sk/index_en.php
Flight schedule:www.airport-poprad.sk/en/podstranky/cestujuci/letovyporiadok.php

Air-port Transfer

Individual or group transfer can be arranged.

Transfer time from / to:

Airport Cracow, Poland 2:50 hours
Airport Vienna – Schwechat, Austria 4:30 hours
Airport Košice, Slovakia 2:00 hours
Airport Bratislava, Slovakia 3:50 hours

Transfer costs are not included in the conference fee.
Information on price and details of Air-port transfer is available from the organizer.

BY CAR

Hotel Patria is located close to Štrbské Pleso in High Tatras and can be accessed by road from Poprad through the town of Starý Smokovec or Štrba.

Using highways and high speed roads in Slovakia is charged through an electronic vignette.

BUY THE ELECTRONIC VIGNETTE

(more information on www.eznamka.sk/en)

Vignettes for 2024
12,- € / 10 days
17,- € / 30 days
60,- € / 365 days

Cars are obliged to have the lights on during the day.

Maximum speed limits
within city: 50 km/h
outside of city: 90 km/h
highway: 130 km/h

Alcohol
0,00 ‰

BY TRAIN

Train station is located in the town of Štrbské Pleso, 20 minutes to walk from the Hotel Patria. Changing station for international trains are “Poprad – Tatry” and “Štrba”.

Rail carriers

České dráhy

www.cd.cz/en/default.htm

Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko

www.slovakrail.sk/en.html

Leo Express

www.leoexpress.com/en

REGIOJET

www.regiojet.com

Transfer from / to train station can be arranged.
Transfer costs are not included in the conference fee.

 

ORGANIZED BY

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

Tel.: +421-903-340539
Tel.: +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

APPLICATION REGISTRATION

Papers Registration Deadline – April 30, 2024

EARLY BIRD Application Deadline – May 19, 2024

Mail your Registration to the address of the organizer by e-mail, fax or mail.
The registration of your application will be confirmed by return mail with the conference fee payment document (pro forma invoice).

ORGANIZED BY

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

Tel.: +421-903-340539
Tel.: +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

APPLICATION REGISTRATION

Papers Registration Deadline – April 30, 2024

EARLY BIRD Application Deadline – May 19, 2024

Mail your Registration to the address of the organizer by e-mail, fax or mail.
The registration of your application will be confirmed by return mail with the conference fee payment document (pro forma invoice).

VENUE

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

CONFERENCE LANGUAGES

English, Slovak, Czech

SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION

English → Slovak
Slovak / Czech → English

VENUE

Hotel Patria****, Štrbské Pleso, Vysoké Tatry, 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!