The BREF update - what will this mean for the industry?
04 March 2020 14:00 - 14:45
Technical and legal implications for operators. What will it mean for older plants and for those in the development pipeline? An explanation of the requirements and a detailed look at how plants, owners and operators will need to respond.
Dr Kai Liebal has worked for 16 years with vonRoll – HZI. During this time he has had various functions in engineering, tendering and sales. Currently he is responsible for risk management and operational optimisation.
Squire Patton Boggs
Anita Lloyd is a director in the Environmental, Safety & Health Group at the global law firm Squire Patton Boggs. Anita specialises in advising on environmental and sustainability matters, including chemical and product regulation, producer responsibility, waste, product compliance and labelling, environmental permits, asbestos, contaminated land, and climate change law.
Anita has been recognised by The Legal 500 UK and Chambers UK. She is a member of the United Kingdom Environmental Law Association and speaks at many events on environmental and chemical regulatory topics, including the impact of Brexit. Anita regularly advises clients based in the UK, EU and outside the EU, on environmental regulation and its application to their business, products, facilities and supply chains.
Technical Manager & Chairman of the Source Testing Association
Element Materials Technology
Operations & Technical Manager , Element Materials Technology and
Graduate from the University of Northumbria with a degree in Applied Chemistry, Mark is Operations Manager at Element’s Newcastle laboratory and Technical Manager for Element Emissions. With over 26 years’ service in various roles within the Air Quality department of NWG Environmental Solutions (previously Northumbrian Water Scientific Services and AES) and on a wide range of industrial sites, carrying out a wide range of emissions tests he is one of the most experienced persons in the UK on stack emissions and regulatory compliance.
Chairman – Source Testing Association http://s-t-a.org/
The Source Testing Association (STA) is a non-profit making technical trade association which was established in 1995 and has a corporate membership of over 200 companies from process operators, regulators, equipment suppliers and test laboratories. The STA is committed to the advancement of the science and practice of emission monitoring and to develop and maintain a high quality of service to customers.
BH EnergyGap; session chair
Keith Riley studied Nuclear Engineering at Queen Mary College, University of London. This led to a successful career in the design and construction of major power projects around the world. He moved to the waste industry and held senior posts within it for 25 years.
Keith is currently owner of Vismundi Ltd, and a Partner in BH EnergyGap LLP, being previously Group Managing Director, Technology of Veolia Environmental Services UK. Keith also holds non-executive directorships with Waste 2 Tricity and Distributed Renewable Energy Networks Ltd.