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INVITATION - Le recyclage: une solution durable pour le mix energetique? | 4 Dec. - 11:00-12:45 | Grand Palais, Paris

INVITATION - Le recyclage: une solution durable pour le mix énergétique? | 4 Dec. - 11:00-12:45 | Grand Palais, Paris
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EurActiv Institute is looking forward to seeing you at our next stakeholder workshops in Paris

Le recyclage :
une solution durable pour le mix énergétique ?

4 décembre 2015 | 11h00 à 12h50

Grand Palais, 3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower, 75 008  Paris
Ces ateliers s’inscrivent dans le cadre de la COP21 et du projet de loi relatif à la transition énergétique pour la croissance verte qui a pour objectifs la réduction de 50% de la quantité de déchets envoyés en stockage en 2025 et un taux de recyclage des déchets non dangereux non inertes à 55% en 2020 et 60% en 2025.

Ils auront pour objectifs d’évaluer les bénéfices environnementaux des filières du recyclage ; de démontrer en quoi les entreprises du recyclage contribuent à l’économie durable et faiblement carbonée ; et d’appréhender l’impact climatique positif en tant que co-bénéfice de l’objectif de recyclage.

Atelier N°1 : 11h00-11h50
Quelle place pour le Combustible Solide issu du Recyclage (CSR) dans le mix énergétique des territoires ?
  • Marc Péna, Président de VALORDEC/ FEDEREC
  • Eric Weiland, Directeur Technique TERREAL
  • Gérard Martin, Gérant, Bureau d’études ATANOR
  • Jean-Louis Borloo, ancien Ministre de l’environnement* 
Atelier N°2 : 12h00-12h50
Les bénéfices environnementaux des matières premières issues du recyclage
  • Jean-Philippe Carpentier, Président de FEDEREC
  • Romain Ferrari, Président Fondation 2019
  • Ranjit Baxi, Président du BIR
  • Li Shen, Professeur adjoint Energy and Resources Copernic, Institut du Développement DurableAlexis Gérard, Business Development Manager, RDC.
  • Alexis Poulin, Directeur, EurActiv France
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