Rebel is a proud Silver Partner of ISWA 2015. The perfect place for Rebel to share its vision on how to transform your economy towards a more sustainable one.
Plantijn Room 1.22
For every country it is important to find the optimum mix between public involvement and private investments to become more sustainable and to create jobs and grow businesses. We will share our expertise on the effectiveness of public-private partnerships (PPP) in waste management programs. Rebel is successfully helping governments and companies all over the world with the implementation of the PPP programs. These PPP programs contribute to new investments in infrastructure and assets necessary to transform an economy towards a more circular one. As a result, we are well positioned to employ our expertise over a broad spectrum of waste streams taking into account local parameters.
At the ISWA conference, Rebel will share its expertise in an interactive fashion allowing participants to actively gain insight in and discuss the opportunities and pitfalls of organizing waste management programs in their respective countries. The process to develop PPP waste management programs will be assessed from multiple viewpoints making this session relevant for both public and private actors.
The interactive workshop starts with a brief introduction on waste management programs placed against the economic welfare of countries. Effective strategies on how best to develop an ecologically and economically sound business case are explored with the workshop participants. We continue by placing these strategies against three real life case studies to test their viability. By placing theory into practice, participants will have the opportunity to learn, discuss and elaborate on possible PPP waste management solutions for solid waste streams in their respective country.
As a result participants will understand the possibilities to implement a tailor made waste management program in their own countries through the use of a smart and reliable PPP-framework.
Kees Kerstens, manager of the waste and recycling team within RebelGroup, the Netherlands and Belgium - will be presenting Rebel’s expertise on the effectiveness of public-private partnerships (PPP) in waste management. programs. These PPP programs contribute to new investments in infrastructure and assets necessary to transform an economy towards a more circular one.
Dato Dr Tan Yew Chong, Deputy Director- General, Public Private Partnership Unit under the Prime Minister's Department of Malaysia will be presenting a paper on Public Private Partnership for Waste Management and Infrastructure Projects in Malaysia.