The event for energy from waste and biomass plant managers

Thank you to everyone who attended our brand-new technical event, Operational Optimisation, which launched this year on 27-28 April at Conference Aston in Birmingham. We were thrilled to have over 100 attendees join us from over 8 countries across Europe as well as 27 expert speakers and 11 sponsors and exhibitors for a successful two days of conference sessions with a networking dinner and drinks reception.
Here's what one of our sponsors said of the event -

"As a leading supplier of equipment and technology  into the waste to energy sector, we found year 1 of Operational Optimisation a really useful event.  It does what it says – it brings together operational budget-holders and decision-makers, and it allowed us to meet many of our peers in the EfW and Biomass industries. We’ll be back next year."
Robin Buller, Director, Business Development, KRR Prostream 


We will be returning to the Conference Aston on 19-20th April, 2023 for more discussions about improving efficiency and availability of WtE plants as well as plenty of networking and contact development opportunities.

Stay tuned for updates on the 2023 conference on our LinkedIn page or sign up to email alerts.

Benefit from our heavily discounted early bird rate of £245+VAT today. For more information about booking, contact Adrian Forde, Delegate Sales Director, Adrian.Forde@markallengroup.com 


Operational Optimisation is the new, technical event designed specifically for operational decision-makers who need to drive performance excellence from their current assets.

The UK's fleet of energy from waste and biomass plants range from the very modern to the significantly ageing - but they are all under pressure to reduce downtime, increase availability,  improve throughput and, for many, to increase profits - and all this whilst operating safely, keeping costs down and working within a rapidly changing environment.


Added to this are the accelerating demands of decarbonisation and ever more stringent emissions regulation.

Who should attend:
Plant Manager

Operations Manager / Head of Operations
Maintenance Manager / Head of Maintenance
Performance Engineer / Engineering Manager / Performance Improvement Engineer
Facilities Manager
Owner / Investor

Format:
Industry dinner and networking drinks on the evening of 19th April to enable informal networking, discussion and contact development (included in the standard rate)

Conference day on 20th April with a mix of conference presentations, round table discussions and smaller break out sessions with panel discussions

Key topics for 2022 included:
Reducing downtime and outage; asset optimisation; implementing CCS - what it will mean for your plant; combustion optimisation; implementing BREF and what it means in real terms; managing costs whilst improving emissions control, and many more

See the 2022 programme here


With a packed day of information and discussion from many of the industry's leading technical and operational experts, plus networking opportunities built in to increase your contacts in the sector, Operational Optimisation is the essential event for all those wanting to make current assets work harder and deliver more.