The congress, which has a strong international flavour, will take place on October 27 and 28 at the Tecnocampus de Mataró (Catalonia). A seminar will be held on the previous day (October 26) with the objective of seeking solutions to the challenges of integrated waste management. This seminar will feature the collaboration of the Circular Economy Foundation (Fundación para la Economía Circular) and will be aimed exclusively at public authorities and public services managers. This event is being organised by the Maresme Waste Consortium (Consorcio de Residuos del Maresme) in conjunction with the Catalan Waste Agency and it will feature the cooperation of a number of groups and associations, including the AEVERSU (Spanish Association of Energy Recovery from Municipal Solid Waste). Although energy recovery will be the main focus of the event, it will also examine sustainable municipal waste management within the framework of the circular economy in a more general manner.

Preparations for Recuwatt 2016, which will take place on October 27 and 28 at the Tecnocampus de Mataró (Catalonia), are now fully underway. No effort is being spared to ensure that this international congress, which has a unquestionable track record in terms of quality and success, once again lives up to the expectations of the waste sector. The 2014 edition featured the participation of representatives from 19 countries.

The registration period opened in July and a special discounted registration fee is applicable for those registering prior to September 23.