Corporations, elected officials, technicians, entrepreneurs and industrialists

Thursday, November 23rd: this exceptional day about the issues of circular economy is for you!

Discover, through four thematic round-tables, the issues of bio-waste and circular economy in the presence of important witnesses representing the state, local governments, universities and civil society.

Develop techniques for reuse, knowledge about the fight against food waste or sustainable production--key elements of the law on energy transition, as well as major environmental issues.

Enrich yourself through the various inspiring territorial testimonials, or the latest innovations in an industry that is creating jobs   

Debate around the issues of bio-waste, recovery of materials and energy with experts, major French, North American, Brazilian, Italian and Spanish witnesses or participants.

 

BIO-WASTE AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY

From waste to production, rethink production methods to help reduce waste

  • A day of reflection, hosted by Cyril Dufer of Bio-Sphere, on the consumption cycle through four round-tables and an exceptional conclusion in the presence of 3 major participants
  • Elected officials, corporations, professionals, researchers: come discover or deepen your knowledge of the stakes of bio-waste and the circular economy, a major axis of the 2015 energy transition law for green growth
  • Participate in the official launching of the European Network of “Zero Waste” Cities in the presence of the mayors of member communities
9 a.m.

Introduction

Launching of the 1st "International Zero Waste Meeting”

by Mr. Frédéric VIGOUROUX, Mayor of Miramas, Departmental Councilor and Mrs Gaëlle REBEC, Director of ADEME PACA and Anne CLAUDIUS PETIT, Regional Councilor, Member of the Environment, Sea and Forest Commission, Regional Council Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

Frédéric Vigouroux
Mayor of Miramas, Departmental Councilor
Gaëlle Rebec
Director of ADEME PACA
Anne Claudius Petit
Regional Councilor, Member of the Environment, Sea and Forest Commission, Regional Council Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
10 – 11:30 a.m.

ROUND-TABLE 1

COLLECTION AND TREATMENT OF BIO-WASTE

 

Why and how to reuse bio-waste? A look at the current status of regulations and inspiring territorial initiatives

Hosted by Vincent OCHIER, Zero Waste Territory, Aix-Marseille Provence Métropole

In the presence of :

  • Luis INTXAUSPE, Mayor of Hernani, Province of Guipuzkoa, (Spain) : Feedback on collection and treatment of bio-waste in collective housing

  • Cathy BLANCHARD, Waste Project Manager, Regional Council Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : Example of a shared composting platform for large producers (Hautes Alpes)

  • Eric BUFFO, Development Director, Intercommunal Mixed Union for Waste Collection and Reuse of Libourne (SMICVAL) : Feedback from successful sorting at the source

  • Kevin DREW, coordinator of the Zero Waste Project, City of San Francisco : 20 years of collection and treatment of bio-waste

  • Elodie GRECO waste Project Manager, Joint Association for the Valuation of Household Waste (UNIVALOM) : Neighborhood Composting

  • Christophe CAIGNARD, Sustainable Waste Management Project Manager, City of Saint-Pierre (Saint Pierre and Miquelon) : Set into action in under 2 years thanks to the Zero Waste program

  • Enzo FAVOINO, Scientific Coordinator Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza - Zero Waste Europe: Separate collection in Milan and Treviso

 

 

Vincent Ochier
Responsible for mission Territory Zero Waste Zero Waste in the Territory Marseille Provence, Head of the Waste Prevention and Circular Economy Department at the Metropole Aix-Marseille Provence

Vincent Ochier is responsible for the mission of Zero Waste Zero Waste in the DGA Propreté of the Aix-Marseille Provence metropolis.

Luis Intxauspe
Luis Intxauspe
Mayor of Hernani, Gipuzkoa Province, (Spain)
Cathy Blanchard
Waste Manager, Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur.

With a degree in Environmental Engineering, Cathy Blanchard first shared her expertise with local authorities and private companies as a design office. At the head of a team of 4 mission managers, she carried out many services, mainly in waste management. After 17 years, she made the choice to work for the Hautes-Alpes territory by integrating the Department. Following the transfer of competences provided by the NOTRe law, she joined the Environment and Biodiversity department in the Region where she is in charge of building waste, bio-waste and prevention in the Hautes-Alpes region.

Eric BUFFO
Eric Buffo
Director of Development, Mixed Inter-municipal Union for the Collection and Valorization of Libournais (SMICVAL)

Engineer, 20 years of experience in the field of waste management as a prescriber and then operator, first at Ademe, then at EcoEmballages and for 8 years in the Smicval of Libournais Haute Gironde, first in as Director of Technical Services and then as Deputy Director General, and now as Director of Development to implement a new ambition: to drive a territorial economic development policy through the circular economy using waste as resources.

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Élodie Gréco
Environmental Technology Advisor and Waste Recovery, Regional Center for Innovation and Technology Transfer PACA

Responsible for the Prevention and Exploitation Service within the Mixed Waste Management Union UNIVALOM (06), Elodie Greco has initiated and developed the collective composting sites for 7 years within the structure and is leading the Waste Prevention Program. It also ensures the technical and administrative control of the Union's Energy Enhancement Unit and the Public-Private Partnership Contract associated with the installation.

Christophe Caignard
Responsible for sustainable waste management, City of Saint-Pierre (Saint-Pierre and Miquelon)
Kevin Drew
Zero Waste Project Coordinator, City of San Francisco
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Enzo Favoino
Coordinateur scientifique Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza - Zero Waste Europe

Enzo Favoino is the Scientific Coordinator of Zero Waste Europe and Member of the Board of ZWIA (Zero Waste International Alliance); he chairs the Scientific Committee of Zero Waste Italy. He is also in the Zero Waste Research Centre in Capannori, first ZW Municipality in Italy and Europe, and a reference centre for other ZW Communities across Europe. Favoino also cooperates with Let’s Do It World, the global clean-up initiative, in capacity building for leaders and campaigners and knowledge management on sustainable management of resources and discards.

11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

ROUND-TABLE 2

COMPOSTING vs. METHANIZING

 

What are the differences between these two methods of recycling/reusing bio-waste? For a circular economy of what scale?

Led by Bernard VIGNE, Coordinator of the Waste and Circular Economy Pole, ADEME

In the presence of

  • Yvan DELOCHE, Technology Advisor for Environment and Waste Recovery, Regional Center for Innovation and the Transfer of Technology PACA : Feedback for the Regional Agro-Food Industries

  • Enzo FAVOINO, Scientific Coordinator Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza - Zero Waste Europe : Where does Europe stand in terms of bio-waste?

  • Laurent GALDEMAS, Chairman, President and Consulting Engineer EODD Cluster EA Eco-business : Analysis and prospects of circular economic circuits created around bio-waste

  • Alexia HEBRAUD,  Waste and Agriculture Expert, Renewable Energy, Environment and Solidarity Group : Situation of uses of reuse techniques at a regional level

  • Rémi MOUTON, Recycling and bio- energies Advisor, Department of Agriculture of the Bouches-du-Rhône : Methanization in agriculture

  • Hervé PERNOT, Director of the Valsud treatment branch for the recycling and recovery of waste, Veolia : Composting of bio-waste

  • Mario SAFFER, Ingebio CEO and Administrator of the Association for Sanitation and Environment of the Rio Grande do Sul region, Brazil (ABES-RS ) : Managing the wet fraction in Brazil

 

 

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Bernard Vigne
Coordinator of the waste and circular economy division, ADEME

Bernard Vigne holds a doctorate in organic chemistry. After several years spent in the private sector as technical director, an experience in setting up a business as general manager, he joined ADEME in 2002, where he is responsible for the coordination of the economy-circular and waste division.

Yvan DELOCHE
Yvan Deloche
Environmental Technology Advisor and Waste Recovery, Regional Center for Innovation and Technology Transfer PACA
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Enzo Favoino
Coordinateur scientifique Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza - Zero Waste Europe

Enzo Favoino is the Scientific Coordinator of Zero Waste Europe and Member of the Board of ZWIA (Zero Waste International Alliance); he chairs the Scientific Committee of Zero Waste Italy. He is also in the Zero Waste Research Centre in Capannori, first ZW Municipality in Italy and Europe, and a reference centre for other ZW Communities across Europe. Favoino also cooperates with Let’s Do It World, the global clean-up initiative, in capacity building for leaders and campaigners and knowledge management on sustainable management of resources and discards.

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Laurent Galdemas
President, EODD Consulting Engineers and President of the ÉA Éco-entreprises Cluster
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Alexia Hebraud
Waste and Agriculture, Renewable Energies, Environment and Solidarity Group

Alexia HEBRAUD, coordinatrice des projets « Valorisation des déchets – Environnement » au GERES depuis plus de 15 ans, possède une connaissance approfondie des éléments techniques et organisationnels de la valorisation des déchets organiques en Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. Elle mène régulièrement des projets et missions en relation avec les institutionnels, les acteurs économiques et structures locales à la fois sur les filières de gestion de proximité des biodéchets, mais aussi au niveau des filières industrielles de compostage et méthanisation.

Rémi Mouton
Recycling and bioenergy consultant, Bouches-du-Rhône departmental agriculture chamber

Long invested in the recycling of organic waste in agriculture, Rémy Mouton is currently working on the quality and biodiversity of agricultural soils in connection with the implementation of good agro-ecological practices for food and non-food agricultural production.

Hervé Pernot
Director, Valsud treatment sector, waste recycling and recycling, Veolia

After technical studies at INSA Lyon, completed by a Master's degree in Management at ESSEC, Hervé Pernot turned to the environmental professions. The various alternately integrated structures (Group and TPE) enabled it to work on the design and operational implementation of a scheme and a waste management and recovery unit. Currently working for the Veolia Group, he is responsible for the sorting, processing and recovery of household waste and economic waste within the PACA region.

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Mario Saffer
Director of Ingebio and Administrator of the Association for Sanitation and Environment of the Rio Grande Do Sul Region, Brazil (ABES-RS)

A chemical engineer and doctor in process engineering, Mario Saffer founded Engebio Ingénierie et Environnement twenty-seven years ago, which he still chairs today. Mario Saffer has worked since the beginning of his career in the private sector, particularly in the field of environmental management and the development of solid waste management plans. In 2001, it developed for the State of Santa Catarina (Brazil) the first plan for integrated management and regionalization of solid urban waste, with the support of ADEME. In 2002, he joined the ABES RS, the Association for Sanitation and Environment of the Rio Grande Do Sul Region.

2:15p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

ROUND-TABLE 3

FOOD WASTE

 

How to combat waste, starting in our plates? And beyond our plates?

Hosted by Valérie BARRE, Project Manager for Sustainable Public Procurement, Regional Agency for Environment and Ecodevelopment (ARPE)

In the presence of

  • Jacques ANSQUER, Agro-food Endowment Fund PACA (FONDALIM) : Presentation of the PROXIDON Project

  • Lucie BIGUE, Project manager, PHENIX : Feedback from supermarkets

  • Xavier CORVAL, Founder Eqosphère : Example of combatting food waste in large companies

  • Thierry RICARD, Director of Youth Education-childhood services, Miramas city hall : Testimonials of the experience of the schools of Miramas and Collège Albert Camus, involved with the city in the project "1000 schools and middle schools against food waste".

  • Anna ROINE, Head of the National Program "Anti-gaspi” UNIS-CITIES : Volunteers helping to fight food waste

 

 

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Valérie Barre
Sustainable Public Procurement Project Manager, Regional Agency for Environment and Ecodevelopment (ARPE)

Valérie BARRE, is responsible for sustainable public procurement projects of the eco-development and territorial projects unit of ARPE PACA. After having accompanied the local authorities in their sustainable development project (Agenda 21), since 2010, it has been responsible for assisting public purchasers in the region in integrating the principles of sustainable development into their purchases. In 2016 - 2017, it coordinated the support of 19 communities in the implementation of sustainable collective restoration: 11 training modules covering all aspects of a collective catering project: combating food waste, drafting public procurement, local supply, agricultural land, organic and local cuisine .... The objective: to give the communities the essential information to help them set up their actions: contacts, tools, feedbacks ...

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Jacques Ansquer
Fund of Endowment Agroalimentaire PACA (FONDALIM)

Following a career with AGF (General Insurance of France) ALLIANZ in the fields of interregional inspection, business and commerce, Jacques Ansquer took over the presidency of the Bouches-du-Rhône Food Bank for 7 years. This experience highlighted the common problem between: solidarity food action, food waste and waste management. This realization led to the implementation of several experiments: PROXIDON, FONDALIM, PROXIVALOR, whose results are promising.

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Lucie Bigue
Project Manager, PHENIX

Lucie Bigue is project manager in the PACA region at Phenix, a company that contributes to reducing waste and making the transition to a circular and supportive economy.

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Xavier Corval
Founder of Eqosphère

Graduate of Sciences Po and specialized in the links between technologies, communication and authority , Xavier Corval begins after a PhD in Political Sciences as a business engineer and director of development in a web strategy consulting agency before investing in programs cooperation and public - private alliances as an ICT expert for Latin American and European cities. In July 2012, after 18 months of working in the field, he founded the social enterprise EQOSPHERE, a commercial enterprise endowed with the "Approval ESUS", a general interest bearer on environmental and circular economy issues on the one hand, and solidarity on the other hand.

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Thierry Ricard
Director of the youth-education service, Mairie de Miramas
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Anna Roine
Responsible of the National program "Anti-gaspi" UNIS-CITES

Currently Head of programs "environment" in Unis Cité, I have a path from the popular education. The animation led me to the direction, to the training of the teams and then to the coordination of projects, trainings, the implementation of projects of territory. Social Center, Neighborhood Council, environmental protection association, neighborhood councils ... In France or abroad, I have worked to improve the living environment for all by creating social ties and dynamic neighborhood residents.

4 p.m. - 5.30 pm

ROUND TABLE 4

SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION

 

From field to plate, avoiding wastage - Rethinking production and consumption patterns

Led by Marie-Claude DHÔ Fiandino, Project Manager Sustainable Development, Aix-Marseille Provence Métropole

In the presence of

  • Cyrille CASALS, Director of the Sustainable City Service, Miramas city hall : Zero Pesticides: Miramas in action!

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    Yannick LE GUINER, Ecodesign Center Director Gardanne: The urban farm, myth or reality?

  • François WILLIAM CROTEAU, Mayor of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie Borough, Montréal: Rosemont's Sustainable Development Experience

  • Maxime QUEMIN , Co-founder Les Champignons de Marseille : Urban mushroom plantation thriving on recycled coffee grounds

  • Maxime ROSTOLAN, Director, Future Farms : Agro-ecology: an alternative for the future?

  • Iton SAFER, Agro-producer and member of Associação back Produtores da Rede Agroecológica Metropolitana, Porto Alegre (RAMA) : The Porto Alegre Experience

 

 

Marie-Claude Dhô Fiandino
Marie-Claude Dhô Fiandino
Head of sustainable development mission, Aix-Marseille Provence Métropole
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Cyrille Casals
Director of sustainable city service, Mairie de Miramas
Yannick Le Guiner
Director of Ecodesign Cluster Gardanne
François William CROTEAU
François William Croteau
Mayor of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie Borough, Montreal (CA)
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Maxime Quemin
Co-founder Les Champignons de Marseille

Agronomist of training, holder of a master's degree in mediation and communication specializing in environmental issues and master composter, I was a reuse and reuse technician for two years at the Recyclodrome, a ressourcerie located in downtown Marseille. With this field experience, I now develop with my partner Nicolas d'Azémar an urban mushroom recycler of coffee grounds. This is for me to find a way to dedicate my professional career to waste management while cultivating my passion for agriculture and the living.

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Maxime de Rostolan
Director,, Fermes d’Avenir

A graduate engineer, Maxime completed a two-year world tour around the world of water and then worked on sustainable development education for seven years. He set up the Biomimicry association, dealing with biomimicry, and then converted in 2013 to set up an experimental agroecology project. After creating the Ferme de la Bourdaisière, inspired by permaculture, it has multiplied its actions in favor of agricultural transition: financing through the Blue Bees participatory financing platform, followed by training, competitions, advice, lobbying and the FAT (itinerant festival on the roads of France) with the association Fermes d'Avenir.

Iton Safer
Agro-producer and member of the Associação dos Produtores da Rede Agroecológica Metropolitana Porto Alegre (RAMA)

Former photo reporter, Ilton Saffer is now a certified organic producer and a member of the Association Producers of the Agroecological Metropolitan Network (RAMA) in Brazil.

5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.

CONCLUSIONS

In the presence of three major participants

  • Anne CLAUDIUS PETIT, Regional Councilor, Member of the Environment, Sea and Forest Commission, Regional Council Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
  • Laura CHATEL, Advocacy Officer, Zero Waste France
  • Dominique BOURG, Vice President of the Foundation for Nature and Man and Professor at the University of Lausanne
Anne Claudius Petit
Regional Councilor, Member of the Environment, Sea and Forest Commission, Regional Council Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
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Laura Châtel
Advocacy Officer, Zero Waste France

Laura Chatel is an advocate with the Zero Waste France association. She works to advance the regulation and practice of circular economy at national and local level. In particular, it assists local authorities in the implementation of "zero-waste, zero wastage" territorial approaches. A lawyer in environmental law, she previously worked for a consulting firm on the analysis of local conflicts around the treatment of waste.

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Dominique Bourg
President of the Scientific Council of the Foundation for Nature and Man and Professor at the University of Lausanne

Professor of Environment and Sustainable Development at the University of Lausanne, President of the Scientific Council of the Foundation for Nature and Man (formerly Nicolas Hulot Foundation), he is the author of over twenty books on the subject of the ecology of sustainable development, its economic and political issues. He puts forward in particular the idea of a permacircular economy (book published in August 2017)

6:30 p.m.

EVENT!

OFFICIAL LAUNCHING OF THE "EUROPEAN NETWORK OF ZERO WASTE CITIES "

 

Official launch of the first "Zero Waste" Cities Network, in the presence of Ferran Rosa and Esra Tat of ZERO WASTE EUROPE.

Promoting exchanges between territories, promoting "zero waste" policies and transforming practices are the objectives of the new network of European cities initiated by Miramas. The network will be officially launched during the "International meetings of zero waste", in the presence of mayors or their representatives of Roubaix, St Pierre, Montreal (CA), Hernani (ESP), Capannori (ITA) and San Fransisco (USA), who managed to reduce waste by 80% in their municipality!

François Michel Lambert
Deputy of Bouches du Rhône, Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Sustainable Development and Territorial Planning of the National Assembly President of the Institute of Circular Economy
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Alexandre Garcin
Deputy Mayor of Roubaix in charge of Sustainable Development, Digital Plan and Smart City
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Luca Menesini
Mayor of Capannori (IT)
François William CROTEAU
François William Croteau
Mayor of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie Borough, Montreal (CA)
Kevin Drew
Zero Waste Project Coordinator, City of San Francisco
Christophe Caignard
Responsible for sustainable waste management, City of Saint-Pierre (Saint-Pierre and Miquelon)
Luis Intxauspe
Luis Intxauspe
Mayor of Hernani, Gipuzkoa Province, (Spain)
Esra Tat
Network Development Coordinator at Zero Waste Europe

Esra TAT is the Network Development Coordinator at Zero Waste Europe. She supports and coordinates the network of 30 member organisations and local groups in Europe, and is in charge of the movement building of #BreakFreeFromPlastic in Europe. Esra also coordinates the European Zero Waste Cities programme.

Ferran Rosa
Zero Waste Europe as Waste Policy Officer

Ferran ROSA works at Zero Waste Europe as Waste Policy Officer. His role consists in actively promoting the ambitious transition towards Circular Economy at the European level. He provides support to municipalities, and also identifies and disseminates best practices in terms of waste presentation and management, both at the local and European level.