Elaboration of contractual guidelines for the Waste-to-Energy sector
Contractual uncertainties can hamper the efficiency needed by European waste management. To improve this issue, ESWET aims to coordinate the development of guidelines for the stakeholders of the Waste-to-Energy sector.
ESWET – the European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology – is currently working on the elaboration of non-binding guidelines to address contractual uncertainties and challenges in the Waste-to-Energy sector.
The process will start with a kick-off meeting taking place online on Wednesday 21 October 2020. The first meeting will serve to set the scene, exchange views on the items to cover and to develop a mutual agreement on the desired scope of the document. This process aims to provide a set of guidelines agreed by the main players of the sector and validated by a lawyer. Once drafted and approved, the guidelines will be officially published.
The participation is open to all the relevant stakeholders involved in the Waste-to-Energy sector. Contributions to the elaboration of the guidelines may be required. The ESWET members will be fully represented and CEWEP (Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants) will have a role of observer in the development process. Those who are interested in participating and/or in receiving more details about the elaboration process are invited to contact ESWET at firstname.lastname@example.org