On Thursday 19th November 2020, Landbell Group will speak at the E-Waste World Conference & Expo. This virtual summit is dedicated to all areas of WEEE and brings together globally renowned experts from manufacturers and suppliers, recyclers and waste management companies, science and academia, policymakers and NGOs, and research institutions and consultants.
At 4:10 pm on 19th November, Sinead McCabe, global key account manager at Landbell Group, will take part in the session, “More batteries, less waste: transitioning to a circular battery metals value chain”.
Sinead will discuss the rise of the e-mobility sector and the resulting challenges arising from increased waste lithium ion batteries.
Sinead’s presentation will also explore how to optimise end of life takeback and recycling and explain how producers of these products are tackling their extended producer responsibilities for WEEE, batteries and packaging.
At 4:35 pm on the same day, Dora Caria, head of circular economy engineering at Landbell Group, will contribute to the session, “Toward a more circular economy for WEEE management: in practice and in theory”.
Dora will describe her team’s voluntary e-waste take-back programs and circular economy strategies, and will tackle the following questions:
Register for the sessions here.
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