Berlin Recycling and Raw Material Conference 2017

The program of the Berlin Recycling and Raw Material Conference has been published. The following topics will be in the focus of the conference:

Politics, strategy and economy and reuse

Electrical and electronic equipment

Vehicles

Metals

Plastics and composite materials

Processing

Fire protection

Recycling 4.0 and information technology in waste management

KMU as innovation driver for resource efficiency

This conference, which will take place for the tenth time, is a central event dealing with these above topics. It is held in high esteem by the experts in this field, not least because the lectures are documented in book form. The conference will take place from 6 to 7 March 2017.

You will find more information as well as the current program at www.vivis.de

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