The Ethical Trade Forums have scheduled as the first seminar of 2022 the one dedicated to the Circular Economy and the management of agricultural waste, which will take place on February 17.
Topics related to sustainability and the reduction of the environmental impact of agricultural production are going to star in a large number of the ten seminars that are already being prepared, aimed at arousing the interest of professionals in the sector and expanding their knowledge on specific and current issues which should be explored in depth.
The event “Circular economy and waste management”, which is scheduled to start at 4:00 p.m. (CEST), is aimed at professionals from production companies and will be held only in Spanish. It will last approximately an hour and a half and is divided into three informative blocks.
The first part will be carried out by Reyes Semper Henarejos and Gema Alcázar Egido, responsible for Circular Economy Consulting, who will be in charge of making a general introduction to the concept of Circular Economy, explaining the current legislation and the regulatory advances that will promote it, developing the aspects critical that must be taken into account when designing a successful strategy and pointing out the steps of a roadmap aimed at implementing an optimal use of the waste generated in an agricultural exploitation.
To develop the second part of the seminar we will have the participation of Amaya Arias-García , PhD in Engineering with more than 20 years of experience in the field of waste treatment, who currently works for Nortegas Green Energy Solutions. He will focus his intervention on the “Treatment of organic waste through anaerobic digestion” and will explain to the participants what benefits anaerobic digestion has as a solution for waste treatment, as a producer of renewable gas and as a producer of organic fertilizer, in addition to breaking down the Economic factors associated with an anaerobic digestion plant.
The seminar is completed with the inclusion of two Good Practices that help us to better understand everything exposed. The cases of Nutripeople and Pincha Palets will bring us closer to the experience of two startups that are successful in a new circular economy model.
You can register and reserve your place through this link.