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Waste To Energy Workshop


Wed 30 Sep 2015, 12:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Newcastle City Hall, 375 Hunter Street, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Workshop Registrations: $77.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: karolina68b

Commissioned by the Office of Environment and Heritage, CRC Care and the Tom Farrell Institute for the Environment, the program is aimed at:

- Raising awareness about the Waste to Energy Technologies
- Getting attendees to understand that there is an economic return on investment for industry sectors
- Explaining how energy savings can be achieved – different strategies apply for different industries and different sized enterprises
- Providing a roadmap in regard to how to have an individual business enterprise appraised
- Appreciating the benefits: economic development, employment generation, strategic positioning of the region on the Bioenergy map

The topics covered during this workshop will be:

- The potential of energy from municipal waste streams
- Landfill as a bio-refinery
- Biomass Energy systems
- Waste Heat Recovery system
- Energy from Waste (EfW)
- Harvesting clean energy from Organic waste

The program for the Smart Future Cities conference has now been released and is available for viewing on the website. We have an incredible range of speakers and topics and we have been inundated with abstract submissions to present at this conference.

Presenter Profiles and Abstracts are also available on our website now via this link
Now is the time to register! Places are really filling fast.
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For more detailed information on the conference, please visit our website at

The conference is an initiative of the Tom Farrell Institute for the Environment at the University of Newcastle in partnership with the Regional Clean Energy Program of NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and The City of Newcastle. The program will include an extensive range of topics with Keynote Presenters, Concurrent Sessions, Case Studies, Workshops and Poster Presentations.
For all other enquiries, please contact Naomi Keenan at The Tom Farrell Institute on
+61 2 49218699, or ''.