Online & On-Demand: The Latest Recycling Technologies, Strategies & Sustainable Materials Solutions To Reduce & Manage The Climate Impact of Present, Future & Disruptive E-Waste As a result of the global
Online & On-Demand: The Latest Recycling Technologies, Strategies & Sustainable Materials Solutions To Reduce & Manage The Climate Impact of Present, Future & Disruptive E-Waste
As a result of the global pandemic, E-Waste World Conference & Expo is returning in 2020 with an engaging, immersive must-attend two-day virtual conference and exhibition dedicated to all areas of WEEE – past, present, future and disruptive. Our aim is to deliver an event as close as possible to the enormously successful physical launch in 2019, one that you can attend without having to leave the comfort of your home or office.
With a similarly holistic outlook to the inaugural showcase, we will deliver a truly unique online platform in partnership with one of the world’s leading digital conference hosting companies. Just like the physical event, we will discuss and showcase the latest recycling technologies, 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. We will once again focus on those streams on the horizon, including lithium-ion batteries from e-mobility transportation, PV panels, wearables, IoT, 5G and much more. And new to the online and on-demand conference this year will be a dedicated fourth track on ‘E-Reuse’.
For this one-off second event, we will bring together many more – and crucially different – globally renowned experts from consumer and industrial electronics manufacturers and suppliers, E-Waste recyclers and waste management companies, recycling technology manufacturers, electric vehicle battery makers and their value chain suppliers, critical raw materials experts, precious metal recovery experts, sustainable materials and chemicals suppliers, ITAD, science and academia, policy-makers, NGOs, research institutions and consultants.
18 (Wednesday) 9:00 am - 19 (Thursday) 5:00 pm