Mixed waste processing facility, dirty MRF, Engineered Fuel

Speaker: Steve Viny
Envision Waste Services, LLC

Steve Viny will discuss the current state of the art in mixed waste processing systems and equipment, overview theories on failures such as IREP, discuss economics, scalability, and limitations. Last, he will discuss the applicability to other existing and emerging technologies such as cement kilns, gasification, pyrolysis, composting, and others. The attendee will gain a unique understanding of the pro, cons, economics, and applicability of mixed waste processing. No single waste management practice is best in all cases hence the attendee will gain an understanding of the requirements for a successful mixed waste processing project. So called "Myths" will be uncovered and the attendee will gain helpful insight to determine if MWP is suitable for their unique and or future waste infrastructure. The speaker has over 2 decades of mixed waste processing experience and can provide a unique perspective. 

Events & Conferences: May 8-11, 2017
Exhibits: May 9-11, 2017
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (New Orleans, LA)

Speaker: Steve Viny
Envision Waste Services, LLC

Speaker Bio: Steven M. Viny has over 30 years of experience in the Solid Waste field. Mr. Viny is a past International President of SWANA and was the first private sector officer in the association’s history. My Viny has over 20 years of experience specifically in mixed waste processing which is relevant to the topic of discussion.

Abstract: The miniMRF(tm) mixed waste processing system is designed to accept unsorted MSW and thru its fully automated process, extract recyclables, compostables, and a fuel fraction so as to achieve a high landfill diversion rate. The miniMRF(tm) system can be used to help meet the State of Florida waste diversion goal of 70% by 2020.

To view the full Agenda for SERC 2016 view this link: http://southeastrecyclingtradeshow.com/program/

 

 

 

 

 Steve Viny is formally invited to speak at the first annual Renewable Energy From Waste Conference. The REW conference takes place in West Palm Beach, Florida in November. 

The conference is "dedicated to the production of renewable energy and resources from waste materials."  Mr. Viny will be speaking in a 90-minute panel discussion regarding preprocessing and feedstock preparation.  

For more information, please visit www.REWConference.com.

We look forward to seeing you!

Steve Viny, CEO of Envision Waste Services, will be speaking at The 5th Annual Renewable Energy Technology Conference and Exhibition on September 9-11, 2013 in Washington, DC.

The 5th Annual Renewable Energy Technology Conference and Exhibition (RETECH) will unite business leaders, investors, technology innovators, federal, state, and local government officials and university educators from across the world to address today’s most pressing issues and opportunities facing every discipline of the Renewable Energy Industry.

Mr. Viny is invited to participate as a panelist in the Waste-to-Energy: New Growth Market session based on his experience. The Waste-to-Energy panelists will be discussing how new and emerging technologies are growing in the Waste-to-Energy (WTE) market as direct combustion is no longer the only option available. 

More information will be available as it comes closer to the conference.