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Wednesday 7th - Session F (Ex Wine Bar Room)


SESSION F7 
- 9:00 - 10:40
IWWG Workshop: Education in waste management:modern methods in waste management education and training I
Chair: Ian D. Williams (GB)

The need to reduce the negative impacts of waste treatment and disposal and to use resources more efficiently will require dynamic changes within the sector. This will result in further changes to the composition of the workforce and different training and education will be required.
 The first half of the workshop, led by Simon Kemp, will deal with "The use of social media and student engagement to deliver waste management education and training": delegates will learn how to develop learning activities using social media and active engagement with learners.


10:40 - 11:10 Coffee break


SESSION F8
- 11:10 - 12:50
IWWG Workshop: Education in waste management:modern methods in waste management education and training II
Chair: Ian D. Williams (GB)


The second half of the workshop on "Education in waste management", led by Peter Shaw and Ian Williams, will deal with "Working with local authorities to deliver waste management education and training". Delegates will be involved in an interactive session that will tease out the practical implications, impacts, advantages and disadvantages of collaborative working from an educational and local authority point of view.

12:50 - 15:30 Lunch break


SESSION F9
- 15:30 - 17:10
Workshop: Recycling strategies for sustainable raw materials supply
Chairs: Matthias Franke (DE)

Due to the current drastic global growth of raw material demand, the sustainable supply to industrialized countries of minerals and metals for high-tech and future applications like PV-boards, wind power plants, consumer electronics etc. is currently of concern. The workshop will address main issues like the estimation of the raw material demand of specific industries, criticality of the needed raw materials, identification of alternative supply chains from MSW and production residues, development or optimization of recycling technologies for recovery of critical raw materials.

Introductory lectures:

M. Franke, S. Kroop, M. Mocker, M. Faulstich (DE)
Recycling strategies for a sustainable raw material supply of high-tech industries
J. Grünes, M. Nelles (DE)
Recycling of phosphorus from organic waste and residues – Status, potentials and perspectives in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

17:10 - 17:40 Coffee break
17:40 - 18:00 Poster discussion


SESSION F10
- 18:00 - 19:40
Workshop: The EU LIFE programme: Good practice & technology
Chair: Carlos De La Paz (BE)

The LIFE programme is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment. LIFE contributes to the implementation, updating and development of environmental policy and legislation by co-financing pilot or demonstration projects with European added value. The workshop will present good technologies and methods that have been developed by LIFE Programme projects on sustainable waste management. The session will cover the following themes:
- Recycling solutions for specific waste streams
- Landfill management: site restoration and carbon capture - Waste prevention
- Waste-to-energy initiatives

Introductory lecture:

C. De La Paz, P. Fetsis (BE)
The EU LIFE programme: over 20 years upgrading waste management in Europe