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5th "Forum of Biomass and Waste"
1st Day: 13th April 2016, Warsaw

08:00 - 09:00 Registration and the morning coffee.
Opening of the Forum. Welcoming the participants by the organizers and partners of the event.


09:00 - 09:25 Introductory lecture - European perspective.
The current legislative trends for the sector waste for energy purposes

Dr Ella Stengler
, Managing Director, CEWEP (Confederation of European Waste to Energy Plants)
09:25 - 09:50 Introductory lecture - Polish perspective
  • Polish regulations on biomass and waste used to produce electricity and heat
  • Waste and waste incineration plant vs. new law RES
  • The criteria in terms of environmental standards, best available techniques - BAT
  • Dedicated multi-fuel plants
  • Stability of Law and warranty support
Daniel Chojnacki
, Counsel, Infrastructure and Energy Department, Law Firm Domański Zakrzewski Palinka, Poland
09:50 - 10:15 Case study in the category of "large scale" - Cemex Polska Sp. z o.o.

Quality assessment of alternative fuels in the example of Cemex Cement Plant in Chelm.

Dr Henryk Radelczuk
, Quality Manager, CEMEX Polska Sp. z o.o. v
10:15 - 10:40 Case study in the category of "large scale" - PGE SA GiEK Branch, CHP in Rzeszow.
Installation of the thermal treatment with energy recovery construction (ITPOE) in CHP Rzeszow

During the lecture will be discuss the latest development of the PGE GiEK in CHP Rzeszów. The contract is worth almost 285 million PLN. The contract was signed in the beginning of January 2016 and envisages the construction of a technological line with an annual capacity of 100 thousand tonnes of waste. Construction is expected to take 30 months. Start-up of this installation is planned in first half of 2018. ITPO gross electric power (after building one technological line), at the assumed waste calorific value of 8.5 MJ / kg, will reach 7.87 MWe working in condensation (only electricity production ) and 4,84 MWe when operating in cogeneration. Plant assumed thermal power when operating in cogeneration in nominal terms is 15.4 MW.

Grzegorz Pelczar, Project Director, Construction of WTE Unit, Chief Engineer of Investment and Development in PGE SA GiEK Branch CHP Rzeszow
10:40 - 11:05 Speech of Strategic Partner: Fumar
Implementation of projects in the field of power generation from biomass and RDF in the current market situation

Tomasz Wolny, CEO, Fumar Sp. z o.o.
11:05 - 11:40 Coffee Break + Business match making service

11:30 - 16:30 Forum side event - workshop "Sampling and testing quality of alternative fuel, waste and biomass", which will be held parallel to the plenary session, in a separate room, from 11:30 till 16:30.



11:45 - 13:00 Panel discussion:
Regulatory, economic, ecological and technological environment that affects the development of sectors related to biomass and waste.


Dr Kamil Ostapski
, CEO, BMH Technology sp. z o.o., Poland

  • Piotr Czopek, Departament of Renewable energy, Ministry of Energy, Poland
  • Krzysztof Kawczyński, Chairman of the Committee for Environmental Protection at the Polish Chamber of Commerce, Poland
  • Andrzej Rubczyński, Director of Regulatory and External Relations, PGNiG SA Termika, Poland
  • Andrzej Drewniak, Project Manager, Municipal Waste Management Plant in Konin
  • Bożena Przewoźna, Director of the Department of Public Utilities and Housing Authority of the City of Poznan, Poland
  • Maciej Mielniczuk, Head of Department. Regulatory Management, PGE, Poland
  • Krzysztof Rutkowski, Partner, KDCP
  • Msc. Jerzy Ziaja, CEO, Polish Chamber of Commerce for Recycling
13:00 - 13:30 Strategic Partner Speech - BIOCONTROL Sp. o.o.

Authenticating the origin of
biomass and certification of SNS system -
the formal aspects and the differences.

Adam Sarnaszek
Agnieszka Kędziora-Urbanowicz
, Management Proxy, BIOCONTROL Sp. o.o.
13:30 - 14:30 Lunch + Business match making service
14:30 - 15:00 Case study in category of "big scale": PGNIG Termika
The issue of biomass based on the experiences of renewable K1 boiler at CHP Siekierki

Andrzej Rubczyński, Director of Regulatory and External Relations, PGNiG Termika, Poland
15:00 - 15:30 Case study in category of "small scale"
The future of market for medium / low heating power equipment and biomass boilers in the context of the requirements of the Directive to reduce emissions from medium-sized combustion plants - MCP and the Ecodesign Directive

Dr Krystyna Kubica, Expert in air protection, Polish Chamber of Ecology, Poland
15:30 - 16:00 Case study in category of "small scale": ZUO Elbląg/Metal Expert
Indigenous energy fraction of municipal waste and management of this fraction in pyrolysis process
  • The processing of municipal waste MBT plants
  • The process of producing RDF in waste treatment plant in Elblag
  • What is pyrolysis
  • Main areas of application
  • Technological solution
  • Mass and energy balance
  • Description of demonstration plant
During the lecture will be discussed the tested in the Waste Utilization Plant in Elblag, innovative pyrolysis installation of sewage sludge. According to its creators the project in Elbląg will be the first commercial installation so advanced in Europe and the world.

Marian Wojtkowski, Director, ZUO Elbląg, Poland
Dariusz Kamiński, President, Metal Expert, Poland
16:00 - 16:30 Case study in category of "large scale": Emission monitoring in waste incinerator

Anna Rothbergová
, Environmental protection department, Odvoz a likvidácia odpadu a.s. Bratislava (OLO a.s.)
16:30 End of the Forum

5th "Forum of Biomass and Waste"
2nd Day: 14th April 2016, Warsaw

10:00 - 13:00

PGNIG Termika
EC siekierkiOn the 2nd day of the event we invite you to visit the latest biomass investment in CHP Siekierki belonging to PGNiG Termika - the Strategic Partner of the Forum.

On 6th December 2015, for the first time in the history of the company PGNiG TERMIKA green energy was obtained from K-1 boiler which burns only biomass, with storage and transport capacity, which works with an average yield of 170 t / h combined with a steam manifold for about 2 hours, so that produces approximately 80 MWh of entitlement to the green certificates.

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