14/15 November 2019, Kap Europa, Frankfurt Messe

Closing The Loop on The Global E-Waste Challenge

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Advanced Technologies, Recycling Systems, Strategies, & Sustainable Materials Solutions To Reduce & Manage The Environmental Impact of E-Waste

E-Waste World Conference & Expo is a two-day international conference and exhibition dedicated to discussing the latest recycling technology, materials recovery solutions, green electronics, sustainable materials, non-toxic substitutes, and end-of-life strategies, as well as regulatory and business models to help reduce the environmental impact of all forms of consumer and industrial E-Waste.

The event will bring together globally renowned experts from consumer and industrial electronics manufacturers and suppliers, E-Waste recyclers and waste management companies, recycling technology manufacturers, materials recovery experts, sustainable material and chemical suppliers, science and academia, policy-makers, NGOs, research institutions and consultants.

Three Targeted Conference Tracks

E-Waste Challenges & Opportunities

Green & Sustainable Electronics

Electric Vehicles & Battery Recycling

Sponsors

A Holistic Approach to Tackling E-Waste and Creating a Circular Economy

Over 90 Expert Speakers

More than 400 Attendees Expected

Conference Tracks

Advisory Board

Hans Eric Melin

CEO & Founder – Circular Energy Storage

Pascal Leroy

Director General – WEEE Forum

Elisabeth Smith

Executive Officer – Solving the E-waste Problem (StEP) Initiative

Corey Dehmey

Executive Director – SERI (Sustainable Electronics Recycling International)

Professor David Peck

Associate Professor – Delft University of Technology

Nancy Gillis

Chief Executive Officer – Green Electronics Council

“Modern life is unthinkable without IT, yet this technology is responsible for the fastest-growing waste stream globally. New clean technologies are being developed to save our climate, yet there is still insufficient awareness of the massive amounts of e-waste these will generate. To continue to rely on vital technologies without lasting environmental damage, we must move from the focus on e-waste management to a holistic approach encompassing all industries and all stages of the product life-cycle.”

Katharina Kummer Peiry – Owner & Principal, Kummer EcoConsult (former Executive Secretary, Secretariat of the Basel Convention on Hazardous Wastes, UNEP)

Topics Under Discussion Will Include:

  • Advanced Recycling Technologies – Sorting, Screening, Shredding & Separation
  • Material Recovery and Closed Loop Solutions
  • Extended Producer Responsibility
  • Green Electronics and Ecodesign
  • Bioplastics and Bio-Based Materials
  • Precious and Rare Earth Metal Recycling
  • Glass Recycling
  • Silicon Recycling
  • Plastic Recycling
  • Bio-Based Chemicals and Feedstocks
  • EV & Lithium-ion Battery Recycling
  • Local & International Legislation
  • Urban Mining Solutions
  • More Efficient Use of Critical Materials
  • E-Waste Management and Logistics
  • Reverse Supply Chain
  • Biodegradable Electronics and Non-Toxic Alternative Materials
  • E-Waste to Energy
  • Molecular and Organic Electronics
  • Future Component Availability
  • Raw Material (Rare Earth) Scarcity and Availability
  • Treating E-Waste as a Resource
  • The Cloud, IoT, and E-Waste
  • Moving Beyond Silicon
  • Recyclable Materials
  • Extending Product Life-Spans
  • Blockchain and E-Waste
  • Designing Safer, More Durable & Recyclable Products
  • Electronics Take-Back & Reuse Systems
  • Closing The Loop and The Circular Economy

and more…

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