A capital of reference in social and environmental policies that since 2015 has been developing its own strategy with community contribution to achieve the objective of selective collection of the organic fraction in the coming years.
Technical and Environmental Department of the City of Copenhagen
A population of 1.5 million inhabitants with 2 different collection models, comprehensive door-to-door collection, and collection of organic and residual waste with access-control containers, which will allow us to compare results, strengths, and weaknesses.
Engineer responsible for monitoring and analysing the execution and management of contracts for the Aprica/A2A/AMSA group&International and commercial relations for the Aprica/A2A/AMSA group
A Mediterranean tourist capital with a door-to-door collection model with results of more than 70% of selective collection that has allowed the implementation of a payment for household and commercial generation from 2021.
Alessandro Guarracino&Andrea Cossu
Councillor for Technological Innovation, Environment and Maritime Policies of the Municipality of Cagliari&Technical coordinator of the waste collection service
A country traditionally leader in separate dry collection is recently facing the introduction of the organic fraction through 25 government-monitored pilots incorporating human behavioural analysis.
Bas Assink&Luuk Bos
Environmental Policy&Strategy Director at Twente Milieu & Human Behavioural Scientist specialising in waste separation at The Behavior Change Group / D&B
A region with more than 6.5 million inhabitants, which has traditionally been at the forefront in terms of selective collection results, presents new strategies for the implementation of the organic fraction by combining different collection models.
Nico Vanaken&Sara Coessens
Coordinator of the organic waste area of the Waste and Materials Management Department of OVAM&Waste Policy Manager of VVSG
A region with a meteoric evolution in selective collection results that has reached 70% with a low-frequency door-to-door collection model.
Jonathan Roberts&Chris Howell
Waste and Innovation Technician at WLGA&Head of Waste Management, Parks and Cleansing at Swansea City Council
A large city committed to and a leader in environmental policies with recent experiences that have achieved organic collection results above the Directive's 2035 targets
Director of Cleaning and Waste Management Services, Barcelona City Council
The city of Lleida has implemented two pilot tests (door-to-door collection and FORM smart container collection) and has carried out a very detailed monitoring of the data obtained from the different experiences. They will present them at this year's forum.
Responsible for Ecology and Sustainability / Department of Culture, City and Ecological Transition
First high-density capital city in the state with consolidated results of the collection model with access-control and identification containers.
Director of the Waste Area of the Mancomunidad in the region of Pamplona
A joint service in 15 municipalities whose results exceed 80% of selective collection based on a model that adapts to each municipality and with a commercial collection on demand at a public price.
Josep Maria Medina
Environmental Technician of the Regional Council of El Gironès
A pioneering example of decentralisation of organic waste management in rural areas through community and individual composting.
Carlos Pérez Losada
Specialist advisor on organic waste for the Pontevedra Provincial Council's REVITALIZA Plan
The AMB, with more than 3.2 million inhabitants, is implementing a strategy to support municipalities in introducing new collection models that will enable them to reach 60% separate collection by 2025. They will present the results of the introduction of containers with access control in Sant Just Desvern and El Papiol.
Head of studies and programs AMB
Spain is one of the member countries that are below average in terms of recycling and preparation for reuse. This also applies to bio-waste. The European Commission's Directorate-General responsible for waste will present its vision in this regard.
Unit for « From Waste to Resources» at DG Environment, European Commission
The new Waste Law introduces the obligation to collect biowaste separately from households and restaurants, as well as recommendations on collection models and tax incentives and penalties.
Deputy Director General of Circular Economy
It was the first government in the state with a municipality with a pay-as-you-generate scheme for citizens, and it is undoubtedly one of its assets to encourage separation at source to achieve good results.
Ministry of the Environment and Territory of the Government of the Balearic Islands
In his presentation, Isaac Peraire Soler, Head of the Agència de Residus de Catalunya, will present the current context of bio-waste in the framework of the new Catalan waste law.
Isaac Peraire Soler
Head of Agència de Residus de Catalunya
With determined steps to be ahead with organic waste collection by providing economic incentives for its implementation and designing specific strategies for the municipalities.
General Director of Environmental Quality and Education
With a lot of ground ahead to improve the results but with a determined implementation in a large part of its population in terms of separate collection of organic waste. They will show us the tools they have designed to achieve it.
Directora General de Economía Circular
María López Sanchís
General Director of Environmental Quality and Climate Change
Head of the Environmental Planning Service