Date: Friday, 28 September 2018
Time: 8:30 – 12:15 h
Location: Energy Academy Building
This is a student-only event, free of any costs.
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!
A spot on the waiting list? Please send an email to email@example.com, make sure to add your mail, phone number and student number so we can contact you.
Why waste our waste? When we can also generate energy! The life cycle of your plastic bottle does not end in the garbage bin. It is time that we become aware of the linear ways in which we think; and change them! Because many processes can be circular instead. Take our waste for example…
Omrin collects and processes waste; converting non-recyclable waste into usable forms of energy, including heat, fuels and electricity. Processes such as gasification, incineration and anaerobic digestion are being used to change waste in energy. However not only the techniques behind the recycling are important, also creating awareness among costumers about the value of waste is critical in creating a circular system.
During our excursion to Omrin you will learn about the Waste to Energy processes and the way they try to give their waste a new identity. Curious? Sign up before the 20th of September and maybe you’ll be joining us for a lecture and guided tour at Omrin!
08.30 H Gather at touring car bus stop
08.40 H Take off bus
09.30 H Arrival and welcome with coffee & tea
09.45 H Presentation about Omrin and their activities
10.30 H Guided tour to various installations on the site
11.15 H Q&A with Omrin
11.30 H Departure
12.15 H Back in Groningen
It is defined as an Energy Learning Activity for students of the Hanze UAS and the University of Groningen. Students are invited to attend as many Energy Learning Activities as they want, at all stages of their education.
Energy Learning Activities are part of the Energy Academy Europe Certificate. If students follow 10 Energy Learning Activities and also complete 30 ECTS in energy courses at Hanze UAS or the University of Groningen, they are eligible for obtaining the EAE Certificate.