About this event
What is the impact of landfill management choices on landfill methane emissions? Landfill Management choices in this context is the timing of installing landfill gas collection system, whether it begins in the beginning of a cell operation or toward the end prior to cell closure. In this webinar we intend to clarify the impact of these different landfill management choices on landfill methane emissions in different regions and climate zones around the world in six major continents.
The webinars shows the results of an initiative from ISWA's Working Group on Landfill. The initiative was set up to explore scenarios, select models, and model the impact of landfill management choices; the results of which will culminate into an ISWA White Paper.
During this webinar we will demonstrate scenarios in 6 different continents with different climate zones by using a selected model to measure the impact of landfill management choices. The representative speakers from these continents are as follows:
Who should attend this webinar
It is open for all to join for free, however it will be most interesting for those working with landfills.
BSc in biology,MSc in environmental engineering and MBA. 31 years of experience in the industry.Chairman Landfill Policy Working Group of Dutch Waste Management Association and European Commission Working Group for EU guidance document on landfill gas control.Vice Chairman Landfill Committee of FEAD
Mr. James Law is a Vice President at SCS Engineers in Solid Waste Division and International Services. He has over 36 years of experience in civil/geotechnical engineering and solid waste management on both national and international projects. He serves as a board member of the International Sol...
Master of Science (Environmental Management and Policy) and Environmental Engineering degree. Founder of Eco Ideal Consulting Sdn Bhd and its CEO for 17 years to date. During his 21 years working experiences, Mr. Soon has had extensive involvement in solid waste management projects.
With over 30 years’ experience working on civil and environmental engineering projects related to solid waste management, he has performed landfill and landfill gas engineering projects (design, permitting, construction, and operations) in more than 15 US states and several countries.
Mr. Sam Taremwa Rwabwehare is a trainer for Strengthening Capacity of Local Council Courts in the Administration of local Justice, a member ISWA, Coordinator ISWA Scholarship Program for Uganda and the Founder/Executive Director Uganda Waste Management & Administration Confederation (UWMAC).
Mr. Zegers works for the innovative Dutch company Tritech Natural which specializes in landfill technologies. Over 20 years experience as international project manager in Solid Waste Management Projects and involved in design and construction of many landfill and landfill gas projects worldwide.
Senior civil and environmental engineer with over 25 years' experience in solid waste engineering. Chairman International Geosynthetics Society Technical Committee on Barriers and Vice President of the Australasian Chapter of International Geosynthetics Society.
Bachelor’s degree, and M.Sc. in Geotechnical Engineering at Escola Politécnica, University of São Paulo (USP).Over 13 years involved in landfills and waste treatment site selection, studies, design, licensing, works, auditing, and operation in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and Peru.Board member of ABLP
The International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) is a global, independent and non-for-profit association, working in the public interest to promote and develop sustainable waste management and the transition to a circular economy.
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