Electronics & Cars Recycling (WRF)
This conference represents the most international gathering of its kind in the fields of electronics and cars manufacturing, distribution, collection, reuse and remanufacturing, E-scrap processors and recycling of metals and ELVs. With a wealth of economic, technical and legislation information, combined with unique networking opportunities, it attracts not only leaders in Asia, but also key influencers in the industry worldwide.
The following topics are scheduled to be part of the program:
Circular Economy – Government initiatives
Latest sorting and processing technologies
Manufacturer take-back schemes and recycling efforts
Reuse and remanufacturing
Reducing risks in take-back of used electronics and cars
Transboundary shipment of reusable units
Update about funding and financing for recycling projects in Asia
Dismantling versus shredding, best practices for highest ROI
An exhibition area is integrated into the conference facility, where vendors meet their clients. The conference is a platform to exchange information, to meet new business partners and to get easy access to new potential clients.
Asia’s power has strong impact on the international recycling business
Learn from the speakers and exhibitors of the conference
Plant tours: You will have the chance of visiting manufacturing and recycling companies in mainland China and Hong Kong
Participate at one of the various informative workshops
Meet your clients and sell your services and products
Get in touch with the players and the new upcoming companies of Asia
The organizers have launched a call for papers and invite interested speakers to submit their abstracts before April 18, 2017.
ICM AG is an international leader in the organisation of conferences specialising in the fields of recycling cars, electronics and batteries. These waste streams have been among the world's fastest growing commodity markets for years.
ICM is a Swiss company which has organised conferences in Europe, North America and Asia since the year 2000. The company was founded by Jeanette Duttlinger. Her team consists of 15 employees who speak German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian and Chinese.
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