The Romanian Environmental Compliance Policies Conference 2017 is aimed to be a source of updates and practical know-how on environmental legislation from renowned experts and authorities, focused on key challenges and solutions to compliance aspects in this country.Romanian Environmental Compliance Policies Conference 2017 - March 15, - Hotel InterContinental Bucharest
Target group: Local and International experts from legal departments, compliance managers, top level executives in a number of industrial sectors, oil&gas, cement, manufacturing as well as Romanian authorities supervising and regulating the field.
Language: English and Romanian (with simultaneous translation provided)
Registration: Conference participation fee is 98 € + VAT/ person.
Registration conditions: The program and the speakers are subject to change. Should the conference be cancelled due to force majeure, unavailability of the conference venue, speakers being prevented or for other good cause, the organizer reserves the right to cancel the conference. In case of cancellation all participants will be informed promptly. In this case, all registration fees will be reimbursed.
Payment: Payment can be made by bank transfer prior to the event. Please take into consideration the limited seats availability, therefore we recommend that registrations are made prior to the week of the event. If a participant cancels the attendance with less than seven days prior to the event, no participation fee will be reimbursed. If cancelation is announced with more than seven days prior to the event, the participation fee is reimbursed in full.
Hotel: Exclusively for you we have got a limited number of rooms available at special rates in the InterContinental Hotel Bucharest. In order to accommodate you together with the other participants, please reserve your room by no later than one week before arrival.
Data protection and sharing of contact details
The Conference Organizer will collect and store your personal data for the preparation and execution of the conference as well as to inform you about future projects related to your sector and line of work. Your contact data will only be passed on to partners directly involved in the conference organization process as partners for follow-up purposes.
|09:00 - 09:30||
|09:30 - 11:00||
National priorities and key policy for Environmental Compliance
Pannel discussion topics:
The national strategy and governmental authorities view on environmental aspects
What is coming? Expectancies in developments of laws, rules and guidance
Environmental Taxes - Problems and possible solutions
Beyond Environmental Compliance, Integrated Risk management
Best Available Techniques - the applicability of BAT requirements in practice
Case studies of environmental compliance project implementation
|11:00 - 11:30||
Interactive debate on the first session discussion topics
|11:30 - 12:00||
Networking Coffee Break
|12:00 - 13:30||
Waste Management in Romania: current aspects and market challenges
Pannel discussion topics:
From obligation to reality - updates on waste management in Romania
The National action Plan for Waste Management - implementation stage and updates
Transparency on policy and understanding requirements for waste management
What to do next - open debate on proposed solutions
Section Moderator : Gabriel Moiceanu - President, Intracommunitary Development Associations Federation
|13:30 - 14:00||
Interactive debate on the second session discussion topics
|14:00 - 15:00||
Networking time and participats meetings
Ms. Dorina Mocanu is the General Director of the Impact Evaluation and Pollution Control Department in the Ministry of Environment
Justin Dye is a Managing Partner who leads the regional practice of ERM focusing on HSE Operational Excellence across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
He has extensive experience, with over 25 years advising clients on HSE strategy, governance and assurance processes, management systems development and implementation, compliance, HSE competence, training and leadership development. He has worked in over 40 countries across the world in the Chemical, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, Retail, Consumer Products and Mining sectors.
More recently Justin has been focusing on working with clients on strategy development and the design and implementation of people and process programmes, ensuring these are fit for purpose, deliver real change and improved HSE performance.
Andrei Orban is the President of Environ Association, a collective organization responsible for the takeover of the legal responsibilities of producers and importers of electrical and electronic equipment in order to facilitate the collection, treatment, recycling and environmentally sound disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) in accordance with the provisions of Directive 2012/19 / EC transposed into national legislation by GEO no. 5/2015.
Mr. Orban is a professional with over 15 years in multinational companies, being also the Environmental Working Group Coordinator at AHK Romania - Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce.
Roxana Sunica is in charge of developing and implementing the strategy and the marketing plan for the first organization authorized for collecting and recycling waste lamps in Romania at Recolamp Association.
Gabriel is a founding partner of Biriş Goran and is widely regarded as one of the leading tax experts in the country.
Gabriel has over 20 years of experience in all tax matters, such as advising on optimum tax structures, compliance, tax controls and tax litigations . He is well known for his tireless efforts in the public arena to modernize the tax legislation and administration in Romania for a positive impact in the country’s development. Between December 2015 and September 2016, Gabriel was Secretary of State in the Romanian Ministry of Finance, in charge of legislative reform in the field of taxation.
Mr. Gabriel Moiceanu is the President of IDAs Federation of Romania and expert in Municipal Waste Management since 2013. Starting with 2010, he also activates as the Executive Director for IDA SERVSAL Arges.
Valentin Negoita is currently President of ECOTIC, the first collective scheme of producers of electric and electronic equipment in Romania, set up in 2006, with the scope of fulfilling environmental responsibilities in the area of WEEE collection and recycling. Previously he was a Chief Editor and Publisher of Capital business weekly, Ringier Romania. As of 2003, he has also been President of APDETIC (Asociatia Producatorilor de Echipamente de Tehnologia Informatiilor si Comunicatiilor). In this capacity he has coordinated in Romania various European campaigns such eSkills for jobs, Watify - Stimulating Digital Entrepreneurship and Technology and Innovation for Smart Publishing.
Mihaela Frasineanu is the General Director, General Directorate on Wastes, Contaminated Sites and Hazardous Substances, in the Ministry of Environment Water and Forests. She was also the Project manager for "The development of administrative capacity of the Ministry of Environment, Water and Forests to implement policy in waste management and contaminated sites - C.A.D.S" code SIPOCA 21 whose main purpose is developing National Waste Management Plan and National Waste Prevention Plan. Ms. Frasineanu is a graduate of the Bucharest University, Faculty of Geography.
Dr. Oana Bodea started her career with Kronospan Romania in 2008, currently leading the domestic operations of the largest global producer of wood panels. She is responsible with promoting the group’s strong commitment and enforcing its strict policies for environmental protection in the local market.
Cristian Lazar is the Marketing and Development Director of Rom Waste Solutions, a Romanian start up company, specialized in Recycling, offering at the same time professional services in the field of Waste Management. Mr. Lazar is also Independent Expert EU Programmes at the European Commission - Research Executive Agency (REA) of the Horizon 2020 program, the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020).
Mr. Doru Iorga is the President of ECO Romania Association, that aim to support the development of activities for increasing the amounts of recyclable waste collected and encourages cooperation for all those who are entrusted to ensure effective legislative framework for an integrated waste management. The association was setup by Intersemat, Eco-Rom packaging, Ecologic 3R, Sota Group 21 and ECOP, five companies active on the selective collection of packaging waste.
Ms. Mihaela Olaru is the Head of Department, Waste and Hazardous Substance,within the National Agency for Environmental Protection.
Bela Balazs joined Romgaz in 2009 as an engineer, starting as head of the Maintenance Office – Mechanical – Energetic Division, Head of the Emergency Situations Department, and from 2013 until now he is Director of the Energy Management Department at Romgaz Medias. His technical background prepared him for the activity of project management in energy and Romgaz’s new elecric energy department is an opporunity for direct contribution.
Mr. Sebastian Sbirna is the Deputy Manager of Health, Safety & Environment Department at Vimetco ALRO. He has taken his PhD in chemistry at the Romanian Academy. He also has two master degrees: Master of Business Administration and Master of the Faculty of Environmental Science and Engineering within the Babes-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca.
Producing over 200,000 metric tonnes of primary aluminium, Alro is the largest aluminium smelter in Central and Eastern Europe (excluding CIS). Alro is one of Romania’s largest companies with an important contribution to the local and national economic development. The company is part of the 7th largest aluminium producer worldwide, Vimetco NV, which has operations in Romania, China and Sierra Leone. Alro's shares are traded on the Bucharest Stock Exchange.
Mr Cotet has a degree in chemical engineering and a doctor degree in chemical engineering from Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iasi. As ALUM’s Research Laboratory Head it led many research tests regarding bauxite processing and alumina production, red mud further utilization and new product development. Currently has the position of Deputy Technical Manager in ALUM Tulcea.
Alice Nichita, President of ARAM, the Romanian Association for Packaging and Environment will represent producers and importers of packaged goods, and will offer the association’s point of view on issues related to packaging and environment. Mrs. Nichita holds the position of Government Relations Manager within Coca-Cola HBC Romania since 2015, coordinating legislative efforts by working with central and local authorities, as well as representing the company in industry and business associations.
Recolamp Association commits to take over from the lamp producers in Romania their responsibility regarding the management of waste generated by the products delivered on the market and also to create a background to recycle it in safety conditions for the environment and for human health.
In order to decrease pollution, Recolamp association commits to carry its activity efficiently and responsibly towards the environment. Moreover, all its efforts of envisage the collection and the recycling in compliance with the regulations of the European legislation, by making people aware of the necessity to adopt a friendly behavior towards the environment.
Environ Association is a collective organization responsible for the takeover of the legal responsibilities of producers and importers of electrical and electronic equipment in order to facilitate the collection, treatment, recycling and environmentally sound disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) in accordance with the provisions of Directive 2012/19 / EC transposed into national legislation by GEO no. 5/2015.
Over 600 producers and importers of electrical equipment have chosen to comply with legal obligations by transferring responsibility to Environ Association, that operates a network of WEEE collection that integrates more than 1,500 collection points nationwide, representing retail networks, supermarkets, schools, town halls and other public institutions.
Environmental Resources Management (ERM) is a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, social consulting services and sustainability related services.We have more than 160 offices in over 40 countries and territories employing more than 5,000 people who work on projects around the world. ERM is committed to providing a service that is consistent, professional and of the highest quality to create value for our clients. Over the past three years we have worked for more than 50 per cent of the Global Fortune 500 delivering innovative solutions for business and selected government clients helping them understand and manage the sustainability challenges that the world is increasingly facing.
Rom Waste finds efficient eco-friendly solutions by promoting sustainable waste management through recycling and thus support Romania’s efforts to align with EU environment requirements. Rom Waste Solutions operates the biggest and the most efficient solid waste sorting line in Romania, one of the biggest in Eastern Europe. Rom Waste Solution has a complete waste management system with a maximum recovery of fractions that can be recycled or harnessed energetically. Rom Waste initiated strategic partnerships with prestigious research centers and universities such as Delf University of Technology, Transilvania University in Brașov, La Sapienza in Roma, Barcelona Supercomputing Centre and Technical University of Denmark.
The law firm of Biriş Goran was launched in 2006 by senior attorneys and close friends practicing in international law firms in the region. Since then, we have quickly established ourselves as counsel of choice for heavyweight international investors and local entrepreneurs alike. Chambers Europe and Legal 500 have listed us as top practices in Romania for our areas of specialty: Tax, Real Estate, Corporate/M&A, Competition/Antitrust and IP, IT & Media. I
Romgaz is the largest natural gas producer and the main supplier in Romania. It is a joint stock company whose majority shareholder is the Romanian State owning a 70% stake. The company is listed on Bucharest Stock Exchange and GDRs are transacted on London Stock Exchange.
Romanian Chemical Producers and Distributors Association - APDCR is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in August 2013. This step was initiated due to the lack of effective representation of the chemical industry in relation to internal and external dialogue partners, which generated at least dysfunctions in the functional communication flow at the industry level. APDCR was founded with support from The European Chemical Industry Council- CEFIC in response to the pressing need for the Romanian chemical industry to be represented by a voice at national and international level.
The Romanian Association for Packaging and Environment is an independent, non-profit industry organization established in Romania, presenting the opinion of producers of packaging and packed goods, dedicated to the support of practical solutions for dealing with the environmental impact of used packaging, in such a way as, by harmonizing environmental and economic interests, to ensure that Romanian consumers continue to enjoy, thanks to the variety of packaging, the widest possible choice of products.
The Romanian Environment Association – 1998 (ARM) is a professional and employers’ organization established in view of consolidating and representing the interests of specialists and companies operating in the field of environmental protection. Our association brings together specialists from public environmental authorities, central and local public administration, researchers, professors and specialists developing activities in the field of environmental protection, as well as economical operators whose activities are directly connected to.
AIVR represents , promotes and supports the interests of its members which are companies active in the Romanian paint industry. Some of the main objectives of the association are: to determine industry priorities and positions, to promote the establishment and use of industry standards and best practices, to participate in the national and European legislative processes, in line with agreed policies, to provide the members with relevant information;
The Employer’s Organization for Public Services” (PSP) was founded in January 1990, by the initiative of some managers of county operators of municipal utilities. The name of the association was: ”The Romanian Association of Workers in Municipal Utilities and Housing”.
The purpose of this employers’ and professional association was to promote the interests of its members within the context of new conditions in the Romanian economy and society.
The Romanian Environmental Compliance Conferece 2017 will be organized at the InterContinental Hotel in Bucharest.
InterContinental Bucharest is a five star hotel that provides a highclass background for conferences, receptions and other types of events. Located right in the center of Bucharest, it is within walking distance from the Old City – Bucurestiul Vechi. The main subway station and the central bus station are just across the street. There are also taxi ranks directly in front of the hotel.
Special accommodation rates and hotel reservation
Summit participants benefit from special accommodation rates. Please send your accommodation requests directly to:
Mrs. Simona Sercan – Senior Convention Sales Manager
Fill in the hotel reservation form attached to benefit fom the special delegate rates at the Intercontinental Hotel.
For any information regarding the 2018 edition and registration procedure, please contact us at:
Office phone number: +4 0372. 900. 670