Torie Hart (She/Her)

Digital Communities Manager, Mark Allen Group
Created on November 20, 1970, the ABLP (Brazilian Association of Solid Waste and Public Cleaning) arose from the legitimate interest of a group of technicians who worked in the sector of urban cleaning, who not only believed but were willing to contribute to the evolution and improvement of all services in the segment. Throughout its long history, ABLP has dedicated itself to conducting studies, seminars and various other initiatives. One of the highlights of its performance: several technical courses held in São Paulo and other locations, highlighting the Sanitary Landfills course that is in its thirty-second edition. It includes acting in the spheres of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial powers. This spirit has guided the daily life of ABLP for more than five decades and, for sure, will continue to be that which will guide the steps of the Institute Valoriza Resíduos by ablp. Despite being refunded now (in the 2nd semester of 2023), Valoriza Residuos by ablp will take advantage of the knowledge accumulated over almost 53 years of ABLP, the oldest class entity in the urban cleaning and waste management sector in Brazil, which will no longer exist.
Technip Energies is a world-leading engineering and technology player for the energy transition. We have over 60 years of experience in energy, gas processing, CO2 management and significant infrastructure developments. We combine our E&C capabilities with our technological know-how to offer a comprehensive portfolio of technologies, products, and services supporting the world's energy transition. Operating in 34 countries, our 15,000 people are fully committed to bringing our client’s innovative projects to life, breaking boundaries to accelerate the energy transition for a better tomorrow. Through our new strategic decarbonization platform Capture.Now™ bringing all our Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) activities under one umbrella, we deliver and develop the next generation of CCUS solutions to help industrial companies sustainably reduce carbon emissions for decades. As part of Capture.Now™, we launched Canopy by T.EN™, an integrated suite of flexible and modular post-combustion carbon capture solutions powered by Shell CANSOLV® CO2 Capture System. Our solutions are adapted to emitters of all sizes, with capacity ranging from pilots to large installations across industries and locations, allowing our customers to capture carbon with confidence and meet their emission-reduction targets efficiently and affordably. 
Augean specialises in managing hard to handle wastes. We have UK waste treatment and disposal infrastructure, and we focus on delivering best environmental outcomes. We service the Renewable Energy, Infrastructure and Construction, Nuclear and Radioactive, Processing and Manufacturing, and the Oil and Gas sectors. We are a UK market leader in the treatment of Air Pollution Control residues (APCr), Fly Ash, hazardous Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA) and other residues, as well as logistics. Through the Augean subsidiary, Future Indistrial Services, we are also experts in specialist industrial services, deploying teams of highly skilled operatives to all areas of the UK providing industrial cleaning, decommissioning and decontamination. We are the only UK operator with the resources to undertake specialist industrial services for the EfW and Biomass sector, as well as using its own infrastructure to treat the residues arising.
LEONARD ENRIQUEZ

PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER, CAMBRIDGE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT INC

Thirty plus years of executive management experience in the Waste to Energy and Solid Waste Infrastructure fields. This includes ten years' Vice Presidential level experience with a Veolia unit operating ten WTE plants at once. The WTE plant fleet encompassed core system technologies from a number of European providers. The WTE plant fleet also included one of the largest RDF plants in the world. Since founding Cambridge Project Development Inc (CPDI) over 20 years ago, Leonard has led major SW Master Planning efforts, and he has directed numerous individual facility Project Development initiatives. These projects were brought from concept to finance to construction to O&M status, and included WTE Plants, Technical Landfills, Transfer Stations + Fleet Optimizations, and MRF's. Leonard is particularly interested in the growing use of baling to "buy time" (rapid site stabilization without interruption of incoming waste flow while new facilities are developed). An active part of Cambridge's practice has been the advisory role provided to Public Sector clients that find themselves involved in complex project implementation efforts, while at the same time sitting "across the table" from suppliers and others who have multiple years of experience in the WTE industry and related fields. Cambridge helps level the playing field. Give me a call to discuss on 1-305-926-3309, or at LNE@cambridgeprojectdev.com Leonard