Out now: issue 5!
77recyclinginternational.com | September/October | 2019
15 nOvember mumbaI (IndIa)
race 2 plastics recycling
+91 22 61772000
19-21 nOvember gOrIncHem
recycling expo 2019
+31 (0) 183 680 680
January 22-24 salzburg
19th International electronics
January 29-30 amsterdam
8th Ship Recycling Congress
+44 203 141 0607
marcH 9-10 dubaI
(unIted arab emIrates)
9th bureau of middle east
marcH 11-13 geneva
marcH 17-18 gOtHenburg
5th circular materials conference
bIr meets In budapest
The eyes of the recycling industry will be on Budapest this October. at this crucial juncture
in today’s international trading environment, the industry must address significant ques-
tions if we are to deliver a truly effective response to all the challenges that the future
holds. This will be the focus of the opening session at the World Recycling Convention
(Round-Table Sessions) in Budapest, with a special “Spotlight discussion on Global Trade”.
With over 800 expected participants, a packed conference programme, and a fully-booked
exhibition, BIR Budapest 2019 is an important meeting point for key decision-makers from
the recycling industry worldwide in this last half of the year. The event will take place in the
newly renovated Budapest Marriott Hotel, located on the beautiful Danube banks.
March 17 -18
Circular Materials Conference
Nordic solutions for a global change
Changing the perspective
Competence Centre of Recycling (CCR) at Chalmers University of Technology and
RE:Source are proud to invite you to the 5th Circular Materials Conference on
March 17 -18 2020 at Chalmers Conference Centre in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The conference 2020 will highlight on:
– Circular Materials Business Applications
– AI, IoT, digitalization, automation as an
innovation driver of circular material
Research and Innovation for circular material focusing on:
– Metals from Secondary
– Fast moving consumer goods
– Building and construction
Peter Woodward, Facilitator
Co-founder and Director of
Quest Associates For more information
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