Energy From Waste Zone
With the consequences of our wasteful habits keeping the recycling and waste industry very much in the public eye, there are developments being made within the industry in order to begin effectively combat these consequences. One major area that has seen a lot of focus over recent years has been energy from waste, which is why Future Resource is pleased to confirm the addition of the Energy From Waste Zone, providing a deeper focus onto this developing sector than ever before.
In 2008 the energy from waste sector only had 24 facilities with capabilities to convert 3.28 million tonnes of waste into effective energy for the British public. A decade later and the UK currently has 71 facilities either running or that are under construction but are still able to deal with waste, with a further 85 in the pipeline to begin work. These facilities are able to convert 17 million tonnes of waste, showing a clear advancement in this sector as well as clear movements towards further expansion.
Recognising that energy from waste is a viable solution for both the increasing energy needs of the growing population, but also to stem the creation of further single-use waste is a leading reason why the sector will have its own focussed zone at Future Resource. This zone will be a buzzing area of Future Resource with the added benefit of exceptional relevance given the current drive for more energy from waste facilities in the pipeline.
If you produce a lot of waste and are curious as to the potential of it all then this is the zone for you to visit. If you are able to provide incineration capabilities, or run energy from waste plants and want to seek new clients, then the sooner you can enquire, the better. Being front and centre in the Energy From Waste Zone will put you face to face with new clients that will not only provide business growth but will continue the further growth of the sector as well.
Future Resource will take place at the National Exhibition Centre Birmingham on the 11th and 12th September, with tickets free and readily available from futureresourceexpo.com.
If you wish to enquire about the Energy From Waste Zone then get in touch with Pete Longley at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0117 929 6083.