Event : Waste-to-Resources 2021: The Circular Economy Event will be fully digital

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The 9th edition of Waste-to-Resources will be fully digital using a cutting edge virtual exhibition platform. The knowledge of the conference will be complemented by an exhibition of market-leading and most innovative companies. More than 70 conference presentations from 25 countries map the latest developments in the circular economy and represent a broad agenda considering a wide range waste types, an expanded role of circular economy strategies, and the local situation on all continents.

For best comfort of participants in all time zones there will be a recorded stream of the conference available on demand for the registered participants. You can watch the event at your local time!

Waste-to-Resources 2021 will again be a platform for international exchange of knowledge about material and energy recovery from waste. Starting with optimized collection, more than 70 presentations from 25 countries map the latest developments in the circular economy, leading to the recovery of materials. The conference is supported by the International Solid Waste Association ISWA.

Blocks of Topics

Waste management and zero-waste strategies

Circular economy during the Corona crisis

Treatment and recovery technologies

Fire protection in waste treatment and recycling plants

Practical experience and new plant concepts

Processing and recovery of organic waste fractions

Recovery of metals and precious metals

Mineral and construction waste

Plastic waste

Liquefaction and chemical recycling

Hydrogen economy

Waste management and recovery for selected waste types

Separation and processing of waste fractions

Wet mechanical treatment for advanced separation

Pyrolysis, plasma, gasification

Slag utilization

Geomechanical properties of MBT output

Waste management in Asia

Waste management in emerging and developing countries

As always, day passes are also available. The program and registration as a visitor or exhibitor can be found here.