Alberto Confalonieri Enzo Favoino Francesco Boyer

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Alberto Confalonieri (M.Sc. Biological Sciences) works for the Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza since 2006 as expert in composting and MBT processes.

His present activity is focusing on the development of the anaerobic digestion approach in the integrated management of MSW, which has brought him to coordinate a research financed by the Italian Ministry of Research and to carry out several consultancies for Italian public and private companies.

He is member of the technical Committee of the Italian Composting Association and of some of the working groups of the European Compost Network.

Enzo Favoino is with Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza, where he co-ordinates the Working Group on Composting and Sustainable Waste Management. He and his team have helped many Governmental Institutions and Local Authorities to implement waste management schemes and strategies, with a particular reference to options for the management of biowaste and residual waste. The Working Group on Composting has widely contributed to the development of source separation, recycling and composting in Italy, Spain, UK and other EU Member States.

He has frequently taken part as an invited expert in meetings, workshops, organised by the European Commission on Sustainable Waste Management and Source Separation. He has also taken part as an invited expert in the European Climate Change Programme, WG “Agriculture” and “Soils”.

He has been sitting as Chair of the WG on Biological Treatment at ISWA since 2004 through 2012. He is also co-founder and Member of the Board of ECN-European Compost Network.

Francesco Boyer, M.Sc. in Agro-Environmental Sciences, has been awarded the certificate of competency for attending the Master in "Management of Biomass and Processes for Energy Production" at the CNR (National Research Center) in Milan. Since 2010 he works in the Study Group for the Sustainable Management of Waste at Scuola Agraria del Parco di Monza, as junior researcher. He consults for public and private companies on waste management practices through composting and anaerobic digestion and the minimization of environmental impacts resulting from these activities.

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