Beginning Wednesday, 09 October 2019 12:30
End Wednesday, 09 October 2019 14:00
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Non-members: €75.00 (incl. VAT)

The growing worry over industrial sectors’ impact on the environment and our health has led the EU to put regulations in place to reduce the impact of industrial emissions. Directives such as the IED aim to protect human health from pollution by reducing industrial emissions throughout the EU.

Aneta Willems, Head of the Industrial Emissions and Safety Unit at DG ENVI in the European Commission, will shed light on these topics at this lunch briefing and discuss the future goals and prospects of the IED and industrial emissions.


Head of Unit C4 - Industrial Emissions and Safety, DG ENVI | European Commission

Aneta Willems is Head of the Industrial Emissions and Safety Unit in the Directorate-General for the Environment of the European Commission since 2015. Previously, she worked as Head of the Internal Audit in the Directorates-General for the Environment and Climate Action. Before joining the European Commission in 2009, for a period of 10 years she worked at PwC Belgium where she held a function of a Director in Forensic Services Department and a Project Manager in Financial Advisory Services. Aneta Willems holds master diplomas of University of Economics in Krakow, Stockholm University, Solvay Business School and University of Antwerp Management School.

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