Sign up for the “Critical metals’ recovery and recycling for a clean and sustainable energy future” workshop.
Recycling and recovery of critical metals is one of the focus actions in EU circular economy mission. The recovery and recycling of metals from waste present an opportunity to ensure appropriate levels of supply of critical metals while reducing the negative environmental footprints. Breakthrough in technologies for metal recovery will enable sustainable transition to low CO2 emitting future.
The recycling and recovery of metals from the secondary sources will decrease the environmental impacts associated with mining, ensure responsible consumption via circular economy and support to increase the share of clean energy by recycling metals back into the value chain.
12 talks from the specialists in the field of critical metals’ recovery and recycling and sustainable use of these materials coming from academia, industrial research and business branches will be presented and discussed at the workshop.
- Ingunn Westvik Jolma , University of Stavanger, Norway
- Ole Marten Dotterud , Glencore Nikkelverk AS, Norway
- Emmanouil Manos, University of Ioannina, Greece
- Roberto Fernández de Luis, BCMaterials , Spain
- Moschovi Anastasia Maria, Monolithos Ltd., Greece
- Martina Petranikova , Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
- Alexander Krivokapic , IFE, Norway
- Steinar Sanni, University of Stavanger, Norway
- Ulric Schwela, Salus Mineralis, United Kingdom
- Dag Øistein Eriksen, University of Oslo, Norway
- Frédéric Georges Fontaine, Université Laval, Canada
The workshop will be held at the University of Stavanger campus on 30th of June and can be attended personally or remotely through Zoom. Link to the event will be sent to all the registered participants.
Please register here: https://forms.office.com/r/sQ2MiJ6X7W