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ICBR 2020 call for Papers

Battery Congress Call for Papers

Following record-breaking attendance of 320 attendees at ICBR 2019 in Lyon, ICM, the international leader in the organization of battery, automotive and electronics’ recycling conferences is pleased to announce the call for papers for the 25th anniversary of the International Congress for Battery Recycling ICBR 2020 in Salzburg (AT).

ICBR will bring together the international community of experts and decision makers of the entire battery recycling value chain, including battery recyclers and producers, collection organizations, OEM’s, policymakers, materials and service providersand many more.

The conference will offer participants business opportunities through networking and communication on battery recycling including the latest processes under development and industrial processes. Plenary sessions will be complemented by many side events such as round tables, exhibitions, posters presentations in order to open the conference to innovative issues, processes and technologies.

ICBR’s 2020 program will reveal the newest industry research and latest trends and developments in:

  • Innovation in Emerging Battery Recycling Technologies on a Global Basis
  • Battery Materials in a Circular Economy
  • International Perspectives on Extended Producer Responsibility
  • The EU Batteries Directive Review 2006/66/EC
  • Lithium Batteries Transport and Safety

Those interested in speaking are invited to send a short abstract (minimum of half an A4 page in English) with their key messages to the congress organizer ICM to: [email protected]. The title of the presentation should be mentioned with the author’s name. For further information with more details about the topics please visit: www.icm.ch/icbr-2020

Call for papers deadline is January 31, 2020

Call for Paper ICBR 2020

Daan van Dieren

Daan is a policy officer for LEVA-EU

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Daan van Dieren

Daan is a policy officer for LEVA-EU


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