Media release – Call for papers
The 16th International Electronics Recycling Congress IERC 2017 will take place from January 17 – 20, 2017 in Salzburg, Austria.
IERC 2017 is the recycling industry’s most important event, bringing together over 500 international decision makers: producers, recyclers, equipment manufacturers, recycling associations, standards bodies, refurbisher, NGOs, regulators and many more.
- Challenges of the Circular Economy
- Worldwide take-back schemes, quotas and challenges faced by OEMs
- Reuse & refurbishment
- Best available recycling technologies
- Recycling of precious and strategic metals
- Staying profitable as products and markets change
- Supply chain transparency
- How do countries and electronics manufacturing companies close the recycling loop?
- Which standards, compliance regulations and controls support or fail the industry?
- Business opportunities and models in emerging markets
- Recycling of hazardous components such as batteries, lamps, LCDs, mercury, etc.
- Safety standards for transportation
Exhibition, Cocktail Receptions and Networking Dinner
The spacious exhibition hall with over 60 booths offers delegates the chance to network in an excellent atmosphere, forge great relationships and get in touch with international experts.
The conference is also offering plant tours to leading recycling companies and various workshops.
Call for papers:
The organizers have launched a call for papers and invite interested authors to submit their proposals before July 25, 2016.
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ICM is an international leader in the organisation of conferences specialising in the fields of recycling cars, electronics and batteries. These waste streams have been among the world’s fastest growing commodity markets for years.
ICM AG is a Swiss company which has organised conferences in Europe, North America and Asia since the year 2000. The company was founded by Jeanette Duttlinger. Her team consists of 12 employees who speak German, English, Spanish, Italian, French and Chinese.