BIOMASS AND WASTE TO ENERGY
21 - 22 SEPTEMBER 2020, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
About The Course
Asia is drowning in waste. It’s nearly 700 Million tons every year. A staggering 8 million tons of plastic waste end up in our oceans each year. Waste born greenhouse gas emissions, toxic leachate pollution of soils, waters, plants, rotting or burning biomass cause environmental pollution of epic proportions.
Local governments can’t keep up to build the necessary waste management infrastructure for the exploding urban centers, growing industry and rapidly changing rural communities.
Many communities put all their hopes on private investors to develop the urgently needed waste-to-energy and recycling projects. However most projects never start or fail.
Fortunately, the Asian Development Bank has identified one of the most important root causes – poor project preparation. Which this training helps local players to improve their project preparation and quality.
Participants will be able to learn how to:
- Make your waste project feasible, effective, profitable and clean
- Assess waste generation, composition and change
- Assess transport logistic requirements
- Assess and evaluate potential project sites
- Qualify applicable technologies
- Asses project feasibility
- Write Terms of Reference
- Qualify bidders / investors
Who Should Attend
- Urban and rural waste departments
- Public procurement and public health administrations
- Waste concessionaires, recyclers and processors
- Waste plant operators
- Landfill owners
- Waste-to-energy project developers
Expert Course Faculty
Our key expert is a German engineering personality with 30 years of passion for environmental protection in more than 248 projects.
He is co-founder, President and CEO of CBE Thailand Co., Ltd., an engineering consulting firm based in Bangkok since 2002. CBE is privileged for Waste Engineering Consulting by the Thailand Board of Investment and advises owners, operators, developers and investor of waste-to-energy and recycling projects.
In the 1980ies, our key expert conducted over 40 environmental impact assessments on waste, biomass and hydropower projects for development institutions, regional governments and grassroots organizations in Brazil and Ghana.
Back in Germany in 1996, he developed an award winning groundwater protection program for German water utilities including Hamburg Water and ran it for a decade.
In 2004, our key expert advised a Shanghai waste contractor in the construction of the first climate- and groundwater protecting landfill.
Since then, he has advised waste projects in from Pakistan to the Philippines and from Laos to Indonesia. Clients included developers like Hyundai, Itochu and Loxley, public sector projects Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta, industry players like ThyssenKrupp and Hitachi Zosen.
In 2017 and 2018, our key expert supported PricewaterhouseCoopers in Indonesian WtE project feasibility and was invited to join the Asian Development Bank consultant pool. He is a frequent speaker at the Asian Clean Energy Forum and major industry conferences in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
In 2018, he was keynote speaker to the Environmental Minister’s Annual Meeting of the ‘Greater Mekong Subregion’ comprised by China, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar.
Our key expert work focuses on waste technology, locally adapted waste plant design, clean energy from waste and successful project development.
Motto: ‘People make Projects work – not Machines.’
Waste as Fuel
Conversion to Energy
Safe Final Disposal
This training course has a limited attendance for up to 20 participants only. Sessions commence at 9am on all days, with short intervals at 10.30am and 3.30pm respectively.
Refreshments will be provided in the short intervals. Lunch will be provided at 12:30pm for 1 hour. Sessions will end at 5pm on all days.
Unique Features with powerEDGE Training
- Pre-Course Questionnaire (PCQ) to help us focus on your learning objectives
- Detailed course & reference manual for continuous learning and sharing
- Practical exercises & case examples to better understand the principles
- Limited class size to ensure one-to-one interactivity
- Assessment at the end of the course to help you develop a personal action plan