03 Sep 2018
ICBR is the international platform for presenting the latest developments and discussing the challenges faced by the battery recycling industry. The 23rd edition of ICBR will bring together many experts and decision makers of the battery recycling value chain such as battery manufacturers, battery recyclers, OEMs from the electronic and e-mobility industry, collection schemes operators, service and transport companies, policy makers and many more.
This top quality congress in battery recycling will focus on:
How to recycle batteries from e-cars, e-bikes and other e-vehicles
Recycling of batteries from energy storage systems of power plants
Collection and recycling of cordless tools and electronic devices batteries
Best available recycling technologies for batteries
Materials Supply in a Circular Economy
Battery materials supply and demand or “when the recyclers meet the raw materials suppliers”
The role of batteries recycling in a circular economy
Eco-design: A critical approach for batteries removability?
The e-mobility and energy storage markets: An opportunity for new battery technologies?
Transport and Safety
Update of the transport regulation on batteries
Safety of lithium batteries: Threats and opportunities
Evolution of packaging requirements for lithium batteries
The Batteries Directive Revision
Update on the review process of the Batteries Directive 2006/66/EC
The recycling efficiency of batteries: The need for a new “optimum” approach
The collection efficiency of batteries: Considering urban mining and waste generation
Challenges faced by the second life of lithium batteries: Performances, transport & safety and producer responsibility
Impact of changes in hazardous waste regulations
Worldwide Activity Review
Worldwide updates about batteries take-back, collection schemes and recycling
An exhibition area is integrated into the conference facilities, where vendors meet their clients. Cocktail receptions and a networking dinner create an excellent atmosphere to get in touch with business partners and colleagues.
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