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E-scrap scene reunites in Salzburg: ‘So happy to be back’

Some 200 professionals from the global electronics recycling industry gathered in Salzburg for 20th International Electronics Recycling Congress (IERC).

In 2021 the event was cancelled due to the pandemic but this year the show could take place as planned. Recyclers were ‘very happy to be back’ and finally meet again face-to-face, and so were the 40-plus exhibitors.

Among the speakers were Nancy Gillis, ceo of the Global Electronics Council, and journalist/columnist Adam Minter who kicked off the conference with an excellent keynote on the importance of preserving the circular economies we already have.

Read the conference report in the January/February issue of Recycling International.

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