The first plenary session of the Assises des Déchets 2017 shall be dedicated to the waste valorisation objectives set by France and Europe. Annick Bonneville, Director of the DREAL Pays de la Loire, and Baptiste Legay, Deputy Director of the "waste and circular economy" department within the Ministry of the Environment will take stock of the situation.
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The Assises wishes to focus on some promising innovations in waste management, regardless of the fact that such innovations pertain to technology or to usages. They shall be selected by a committee of experts, and nine of these innovations will run for the Prix Innovation Déchets (Waste Management Innovation Award) ... awarded by the participants to the Assises!
The next Assises des déchets will address the issue of the pollution of the sea trough the eyes of key players. It is a top-level issue for professionals like SUEZ, which have taken multiple initiatives to address it. Here is an overview with Philippe Maillard, managing director of recycling and recovery activities of SUEZ in France.
It’s a national first: The Pays de la Loire Region signed a performance agreement with the Ademe, at the beginning of November, for the implementation of an ambitious policy in the field of circular economy. Both partners are committed to working hand in hand to establish an action plan by 2019.
The 14th edition of the Assises des Déchets, a key event of the industry, will take place on September 27th and 28th, 2017, in Nantes. Its main topic will be: “Waste recycling, reduction and recovery: Staying the course!”