International Scientific & Technical Board of Companies
(in progress)


Sven ANDERSSON / Babcock & Wilcox Vølund AB (SE)
Established in 1867, Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) is a global leader in renewable, environmental and thermal technologies and services for power and industrial applications.


Isabella GAUPMANN / CoGEN (UK)
CoGen is an end-to-end developer of technically advanced energy recovery facilities in the UK. The facilities it develops play a key role in resolving the UK’s waste issues locally by diverting waste from landfill, reducing the amount of waste exports, while transforming residual waste into low carbon, renewable energy.


Robert GREGORY / Gregory Environmental Consulting Ltd (UK)
Gregory Environmental Consulting Ltd (GECL) is an independent UK based consultancy with the technical knowledge and international experience to offer sound environmental solutions and pragmatic commercial advice in waste and resource management, renewable energy, late-life landfill management and landfill redevelopment. Their focus is on landfill gas, biogas and biomethane technologies, and they work with their clients from the planning stage to site closure and repurposing. They provide services in asset evaluation, resource assessment, risk assessment, gas management, air quality, and odour management. A significant proportion of their work is in mediation and as an expert witness.


Masashi MINAGAWA / JFE Engineering Corporation (JP)
JFE Engineering Corporation is an engineering company which offers engineering products and services in the field of environment, energy, steel structure, and industrial machinery.



Federico POLI / La Filippa (IT)
La Filippa is a newly designed landfill for non-hazardous waste. It is located in Cairo Montenotte (Savona, northwest Italy). The Filippa Responsive System (FRS®) is an innovative, fully tested and certified disposal and recovery model, which combines resources and values with technology and procedures.


Alessandro SANTINI
/ Fiori Group (IT)
The Fiori Group is one of the leading European operators in the metal recycling sector: they manage all aspects of the recycling chain directly, from scrap collection through to the supply of high quality metals back to the production industry.


/ Officine di Cartigliano (IT)
For more than 60 years, Officine di Cartigliano has been designing and producing leather drying technologies. In 2012, ongoing research led us to create a system for drying civil and industrial sludge and wet residues, and to develop radio frequency technology for pasteurisation and sterilisation of food&beverage products. The use of low temperatures allows us to preserve the valuable characteristics of processed products, respecting the environment and people.


Christopher EDEN / Organics Group (UK)
The Organics Group has been developing technology for the recovery of primary elements from waste and wastewater and for ammonia recovery from highly ammoniated wastewater and landfill leachate. They are also developing a compact unit for the production of biochar from sustainably sourced organic waste material and the pyrolysis of other materials, principally as a mechanism for saving landfill space and providing locally sourced heat and energy. 


Vincenzo CUZZOLA / SNAM (IT)
Snam is the leading European operator in natural gas transport, with a network of around 38,000 km in Italy and abroad. The company also deals with storage and regasification. With its 80 years of experience in the development and management of infrastructure, Snam guarantees security of supply and promotes energy transition with investments in green gas (biomethane and hydrogen), energy efficiency and CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) technology. It also creates new green areas through a benefit company focused on urban forestation projects.