Assises des déchets

The Assises des Déchets is a biennial event created in 1991 in France that brings together a wide range of stakeholders involved in waste management, including representatives from government, industry, public bodies, and voluntary organisations. The event takes place in Nantes over two days and includes plenary sessions, technical workshops and innovation challenges.



Points of reference

Status Association
Projection National
Headquarters Nantes France
Languages used

French France



What they say about us

Thierry Meunier & Stéphanie Rouxel

President and Operational Manager - Assises nationales des déchets

With its wide range of services and its network, we have enjoyed working with Early Spider for several years. Its advantages ? Remarkable human qualities, real listening, involvement in the subjects, valuable advice and great responsiveness!


What we

Because it is a partnership in the field of ecological transition, tackling key issues and proposing innovations in the sector. This event is partly funded by the French Ministry of Ecological Transition and with the participation of waste industry players, these conferences are a crucial space to discuss issues related to waste prevention, waste management and treatment, the circular economy and recycling.

Writing articles in French

Production of articles throughout the year on the website, published on Wordpress. During the event, this production was intensified with the writing of articles on the key moments of the event, reaching the publication of 15 articles in two days.

(Click on a thumbnail to read the full article)

#innovation #policy #recycling

#innovation #biowaste

#innovation #waste

#innovation #circulareconomie





Website development (CMS: Wordpress)

Development and day-to-day management of the website.



Community management on Linkedin

Thematic and social monitoring, moderation, creation and promotion of publications (Linkedin).





Développement et envoi de la lettre d'information



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