2014. július 9. Szerda, Sopron, Magyarország
Speakers and Presentations
Tibor Alpár, Dean of Faculty of Wood Sciences, University of West Hungary
Elegir Graziano , Projekt vezető, EcoPaperLoop, Olaszország
István Lele, Paper Research Institute, University of West Hungary
The Simonyi Karoly Faculty of Engineering, Wood Sciences and Applied Arts (SKF) has a special place within Hungarian higher education. In addition to the nationally unique wood-related higher education that is offered by SKF and our other technical programs, the applied arts education started in the 1990’s, and the even newer IT training are also important. These three areas — technical sciences, information technology and arts — do not merely co-exist, but complement each other to allow the training of versatile and competent professionals.
10:10—10:40 Paper collection requirements of Hamburger Hungaria Ltd.
Attila Bencs, Hamburger Hungaria Ltd., Hungary
10:40—11:10 Activities related to paper for recycling
in the National Waste Management Agency
Oszkár Vámosi, National Waste Management Agency, Hungary
11:10—11:40 Role of collection systems and other approaches
for improving paper recovery in Europe
Jan Reichenbach, INTECUS GmbH, Dresden, Germany
The presentation provides an overview on the variety of arrangements used in Europe to collect PFR from different sources. Trends in applying certain system approaches will be highlighted as will the effects on collection results. Reference is also made to the influence of other framework conditions on the collection results.
Jan Reichenbach has about 18 years of experience in international consultancy and holds a Senior Consultant position with the INTECUS GmbH — Waste Management and Environment-integrating Management since 1998. He managed, supervised and provided technical input to a variety of projects implemented by multi-national consortia dealing with effective solutions for waste collection and implementation of waste charges, waste reduction programs, and the benchmarking and optimization of waste management operations.
13:00—13:30 Collection Systems for Paper for Recycling
in the Czech Republic
Lukáš Grolmus, EKO-KOM, Prague, Czech Republic
Collections systems for paper for recycling in Czech Republic — Description of the Waste Sorting and Recycling System in Czech Republic: The Czech system of packaging waste collection and recycling is on a high level and meets the EU targets. The Czech republic is in the overall recycling rate for packaging waste on 4th place in the EU, in recycling paper packaging waste is also 4th (93,5%). Actually, there are 71% of the population sorting the waste into the 241,000 special containers and 72% of all packaging put on the market is sorted and recycled.
13:30—14:00 Different collection systems in Sopron
László Kosztka, Sopron and Region Waste Management System, Sopron, Hungary
14:00—16:00 Brainstorming session including coffee break
• Collection systems and the quality of paper for recycling
• Communicating quality of paper for recycling
• Legislation aspects
16:00—16:30 Papír és karton gyűjtés és visszaforgatás a Kepteni Hulladékgazdálkodási Szövetségben
Lumer Karl-Heinz, Kepteni Hulladékgazdálkodási Szövetség, Németország
The municipal Kempten Waste Management Association (ZAK Kempten) is responsible for collection and recovery of paper for recycling in the rural districts of Oberallgäu and Lindau as well as the city of Kempten. Mr. Karl-Heinz Lumer, General Manager of ZAK, presents an overview of the different ways to collect paper in this area. He shows details regarding paper composition and about costs and income for communities.
Kempten is the partner city of Sopron.
16:30—16:50 A Világ Kávéház összefoglalása, a tanácskozás konklúziói
Levezető elnök: Prof. Harald Grossmann, Drezdai Műszaki Egyetem, Németország
16:50—17:00 Záró megjegyzések, megfontolandó gondolatok
Elegir Graziano, Project Leader EcoPaperLoop, Italy
University of West Hungary, Ligneum Visitor Center, Bajcsy-Zs. u. 4, 9400 Sopron, Hungary