IEA Bioenergy Webinar – Circular economy, energy recovery from waste, and emerging pathways
IEA Bioenergy invites you to participate in a free international webinar titled “Circular economy, energy recovery from waste, and emerging pathways”.
IEA Bioenergy Task 36 (Waste) organizes a webinar on circular approach to waste management in the context of energy recovery, and the role of emerging technology pathways. As Circular Economy principles become embedded in the policies of governments and the strategies of organisations around the world, there are greater expectations on waste management systems to contribute to ‘keeping molecules in use for longer’. Circularity is no longer limited to electricity and heat; we are now seeing the role of energy recovery broaden to include applications in advanced recycling, alternative fuels, and hydrogen opportunities. There are many technical challenges to achieving these expectations, and innovation and demonstration are showing that it is possible.
The report is available here:
Material and Energy Valorisation of Waste in a Circular Economy
- Daniel Roberts, Research Program Director, Technologies | CSIRO Energy (Australia)
This webinar will be held on Tuesday, October 4 2022,
10:00 am – 11:00 am Central European Summer Time
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time
For more information and a description of the webinar, please see the poster.
Please consult the instructions below for information on how to connect for the live webinar. You will need a computer with stable internet access. If you do not have access to the internet, please contact us so we can provide you with the presentation file to follow along.
The webinar will be delivered through the Zoom web conferencing software. The webinar platform may prompt you to download a free add-in. Follow the instructions on-screen to install.
To participate as attendee, receive email reminders and calendar invitations, please register online here:
Unable to attend the live lecture? Lectures will be recorded and archived for later viewing at
How to join after registration:
All questions can be directed towards the Q&A window.