Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering
University of Miskolc
2015. 04. 28.
Zsemkó Márk
“Ecological approach in the municipal solid waste utilization” conference

On the 27th November 2014 Thursday the “Ecological approach in the municipal solid waste utilization” conference was held in the Ceremonial Hall of the Academic Committee of Miskolc. The reason of this event was the current 20-30% glass, plastic and paper waste recovery rate should be increased up to 80-90% until 2035 in Hungary. This gives several tasks for the future engineers.  European Union funds will be available for the solutions within the framework of various operational programs (OPs).

The event provided a good opportunity for the idea exchange between the responsible Ministry and the companies, which are working in the field as well as the research and development professionals.
The program was as follows:

Tibor László, Deputy Head of the Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Environmental Development Department

The future of waste recycling in the light of waste law 2012.

 

Barnabás Csőke, Professor, University of Miskolc, Institute of Raw Materials Preparation and Environmental Processing

Tasks in waste management
Sándor Nagy, lecturer, University of Miskolc, Institute of Raw Materials Preparation and Environmental Processing

Fuel production from municipal solid waste
Tamás Puzder, executive director, GEOSOL Kft

Alternative fuels and their thermal utilization in large combustion plants
László Olasz, CEO, REMAT Zrt.

Plastic recovery from MSW
László Szabó, leader of cement division, CEMBETON

The utilization of municipal solid waste in the cement industry

Organizers of the event were:

University of Miskolc, Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering, Institute of Raw Materials Preparation and Environmental Processing

MTA X. Earth Sciences Department, Mining Scientific Committee

BTB Mining, Geotechnical and Raw Material Subcommittee,

MTA MAB Mining, Earth and Environmental Science Committee and

BAZ County Chamber of Engineers and the Environmental Divisions.