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Battery Recycling Europe

Date: 28th February 2024 - 29th February 2024 Location: London - UK

Following 3 successful editions, ACI is delighted to announce the 4th Battery Recycling Europe Summit, taking place in London, UK, on the 28th & 29th February 2024.

The European battery recycling market is experiencing significant growth driven by the increasing demand for battery-powered devices and electric vehicles. Strict regulations and policies, such as the EU Battery Directive, have been implemented to ensure the safe and environmentally responsible management of end-of-life batteries, fostering a robust recycling infrastructure and promoting the circular economy within the region.

On the 28th & 29th February 2024, the two-day event is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and collaboration in the field of battery recycling within Europe. Our conference brings together industry leaders, researchers, policymakers, and stakeholders from across the battery recycling ecosystem to exchange insights, discuss emerging trends, and explore innovative solutions for a sustainable future.

Details

Start:
28th February 2024
End:
29th February 2024
Event Category:

Contact

Name:
Salil Kanwar – Marketing & Delegate Sales
Phone:
+91 99 21 81 9902
Email:
Name:
Sourabh Avasare – Delegate Sales
Phone:
+91 8796607096
Email:
Name:
Elise Bolton – Content
Phone:
+44 20 3141 0624
Email:
Name:
Hubert Sosnowski – Sponsorship, Exhibition
Phone:
+48 61 646 7059
Email:
Name:
Martyna Rak – Logistics
Phone:
+48 616 46 7020
Email:

Venue

Copthorne Tara London Kensington
Scarsdale Place
London, W8 5SY United Kingdom

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Phone:
+44 (0) 20 7937 7211
Website:
www.millenniumhotels.com/en/london/copthorne-tara-hotel-london-kensington
  • Battery Recycling Market Overview
  • European Battery Recycling Policy and Regulations Update
  • Impacts of Circular Economy on Battery Recycling
  • Pyro vs Hydro
  • Innovation in Sustainable De-Manufacturing
  • Future Trends in Critical Raw Materials
  • Implementing Practices Around Safety in Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Technological Advancements in Battery Recycling
  • Optimising Different Battery Chemistries
  • Unveiling the Potential of Black Mass in Battery Recycling
  • Measures to Overcome Challenges in Pricing and Global Trade

If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 20-30 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:

 

Elise Bolton

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3141 0624

Email: [email protected]

 

  • Battery Recyclers
  • Collection Scheme Operators
  • Battery Manufacturers
  • Car Manufacturers
  • Electronics Manufacturers
  • Battery Plant Owners/ Operators
  • Battery Experts
  • Consultants
  • Battery/Battery Recycling Associations
  • Universities
  • Government Representatives

 

 

EBRA is a European professional organisation defending the interests of companies involved with collecting, sorting, recycling, and repurposing or reusing all kinds of batteries (portable, consumer, industrial; all chemistries except for lead-acid but including Li-Ion, e-mobility, and stationary batteries).

Our mission is to develop the highest standards of professionalism in the battery recycling industry by promoting best practice in health, safety and environment and by preserving natural resources while respecting the European regulatory framework.

EERA is the voice of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) recovery facilities in Europe, being the professional association for the WEEE re-use, recycling and re-processing industry. Our vision is for a resource efficient economy where WEEE (whole equipment and materials derived from WEEE treatment operations) is managed as a valuable resource and which is returned into the European market as equipment prepared for re-use or as secondary materials.

A full recycling economy with market actors cooperating along the value chain, better collection processes, high quality recycling, appropriate regulatory framework, eradication of illegal practices and product design integrating a life-cycle approach is what EERA envisages.

GLOBAL RECYCLING is an English-speaking magazine which is dedicated to business opportunities and international markets in the recycling industry because recycling will become increasingly more important all over the world. Due to that the publishing house places an enormous value on displaying as well as distributing the magazine at numerous international fairs and congresses, such as the trade fair IFAT in Munich, the green technologies expo Ecomondo in Italy or the leading recycling and water as well as energy waste management event RWM in the UK.

Recycling International is the leading provider of recycling-related information and an invaluable trade publication for the global recycling industry. The publication reaches highly-qualified decision-makers who have control over many or all aspects of company/ organisation budgets, including owners, managers and other professionals. Since its inception in the 1990’s, it has gained a strong following and is read by an estimated 33 000 recycling professionals active across 6500 companies in more than 120 countries.


For more than 75 years, RECYCLING magazine has reported independently on the latest economic, political and technical developments in the recycling and waste management industry. Its benchmark is high-quality journalism with all the varying facets of cutting-edge news coverage.

RECYCLING magazine is itself an integral part of the circular economy and therefore a member of the BDE (German waste management, water and raw materials industry association), the BDSV (federal association of German steel recycling and waste management companies), the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR), the BNW (the German federal association of green economy), the bvse (federal association for secondary raw materials and waste disposal), the European Recycling Industries’ Confederation (EuRIC) and the VDM (association of German metal traders).

Our mission at Energy Central is to help global power industry professionals work better. Our Power Industry Network™ platform is built to help our members connect with each other, share their knowledge & experience and advance their careers in the industry. Membership is open to professionals working at utilities and organizations supporting the industry.

NobleNetSM is a specialist professional network for people in connected Science and Technology based industries including; Energy, Resources, Chemicals, Materials, Biosciences, Food, Environmental, Manufacturing, Digital Technology and more.

We offer a growing range of networking, sourcing and career development services for anyone with interest in these sectors.

ASD Media is an online media company. We provide professionals in dedicated markets with news, intelligence, and interaction opportunities. During the last five years we developed dedicated websites for events, reports, news distribution and source data, and changed the name of the ASD-Network to ASDNews to emphasize the news focus.

World’s largest business event platform, find all upcoming events, business conferences, trade shows, global seminars, networking meets and workshops.

The business field of URT includes the engineering, sales and service of recycling plants for electrical and electronic scrap (WEEE). The European regulation WEEE (Waste of Electric and Electronical Equipment) forms the basis and guideline for these plants.

URT is an expert in the following fields of plant engineering:

– Refrigerator recycling
– SDA- and IT- recycling
– Big domestic appliances recycling
– Printed circuit board recycling
– Toner cartridge recycling
– Battery recycling
– LCD recycling
– CRT recycling
– Sorting of WEEE plastics

We offer our customers the necessary technology for the recycling of electrical and electronic scrap in accordance with the latest state of the art and current regulations. URT plants are designed to remove pollutants and generate valuable materials. Through our collaboration on current standards and guidelines, as well as our research in the field of plant technology, we are constantly developing our recycling plants further.

URT has reference plants on all continents.

www.urt-recycling.com

https://www.linkedin.com/company/urt-umwelt-und-recyclingtechnik-gmbh/posts/?feedView=all


Li-Cycle (NYSE: LICY) is on a mission to leverage its innovative Spoke & Hub Technologies™ to provide a customer-centric, end-of-life solution for lithium-ion batteries, while creating a secondary supply of critical battery materials. Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries are increasingly powering our world in automotive, energy storage, consumer electronics, and other industrial and household applications. The world needs improved technology and supply chain innovations to better manage battery manufacturing waste and end-of-life batteries and to meet the rapidly growing demand for critical and scarce battery-grade raw materials through a closed-loop solution.

www.li-cycle.com

 


The Hosokawa Micron Group is an international machine and plant manufacturer in the field of mechanical process engineering for the processing of powders, granulates and bulk materials. With this range of services, we develop and provide process solutions for almost all industrial and business fields including the battery industry. The Group maintains test and application centers, production plants and service branches in all important global markets. The new production line “On” was developed for the energy sector and battery industry. By launching “On” the Hosokawa Micron Group created synergies of different core competencies of the Hosokawa Alpine AG and its sister companies. “On” products stand for innovation, sustainability, recycling, efficiency and thriftiness. They serve the production and refinement of Energy Performance Materials (EPM), which sustainably shape future energy sources. “On” offers solutions for the production and recycling of anode and cathode material – consisting of lithium, copper, aluminum, graphite and compounds. The production is considered in a holistic process. From the manufacturing of machines and plants to the improvement of the end products, until the developments and services – the Hosokawa Micron Group and “On” offer a portfolio that is tailored to the needs of the battery industry. However, the focus is not only the processing of the battery material, but also the improvement of its chemical and physical properties. Hence, economic efficiency, battery performance, innovation and sustainability are able to go hand in hand. Therefore, “On” sees itself as a forward-looking and global brand of the Hosokawa Micron Group.

https://www.on-hosokawa.com/

https://www.hosokawa-alpine.com/

 


ESRF provides advanced materials characterisation using X-rays for researchers in academia and industry. Located in Grenoble, France and supported by 21 countries,
it is the world’s first fourth-generation high-energy synchrotron. It excels at in situ/operando experiments with variations on micro- to nano-scale imaging, 2D and 3D, including ultra high-speed and high-resolution with contrast provided by phase, X-ray fluorescence or diffraction. High-throughput services exist for chemical/mineral characterisation using powder diffraction or XRF, starting from batches of 300 samples. Through the EU project ReMade@ARI, ESRF offers facilitated access for research into circular materials and recycling processes.

esrf.eu

ReMade@ARI – advanced materials characterisation for the circular economy
ReMade@ARI is a European project that provides free and assisted access to fifty analytical research infrastructures across Europe and is supported by EU, UK and CH. The aim of the project is to boost circular materials research through access to synchrotrons, neutron sources, lasers, electron microscopes, ion and positron beams, and high magnetic field facilities. ReMade@ARI offers consultation on project ideas, free access to the research facilities, experiment assistance and travel support. This offer is for researchers from academia and industry and is particularly beneficial to first time users or experienced users wishing to learn a new complementary technique. ReMade@ARI has tailored support to industry, including for small and medium enterprises, and for large companies through collaboration with research and technology organisations.

remade-project.eu

 


ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

 

Hubert Sosnowski

Tel: +48 61 646 7059

Email: [email protected]

 

 

 

  • Gavin Harper, Faraday Institution Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
  • Kamila Slupek, Sustainability Director, Eurometaux
  • Julia Harty, Energy Transition Analyst, Fastmarkets 
  • André Cortesão, Research Analyst – Battery Recycling and Black Mass,  Fastmarkets 
  • John Redmayne, Managing Director, ERP UK
  • Mina Ha, Senior Research Analyst, Rho Motion 
  • Hans Eric Melin, Managing Director, Circular Energy Storage 
  • Alireza Rastegarphanah, Senior Robotic Scientist, UoB
  • Jenny Baker, Battery Lead – SPECIFIC, Swansea University 
  • Sam Haig, Battery Recycling Business Manager, RS Bruce 
  • Julie-Ann Adams, Secretary General, EBRA
  • Ian Braime, CCO, Ascend Elements
  • Paul Christenson, Professor of Pure & Applied Chemistry, University of Birmingham
  • Johan Van Peperzeel, CEO, Van Peperzeel
  • Michael Wagner, Battery Recycling Process Engineer, BMI
  • Johannes-Robert Bruch, Sales Manager, Stena

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At the event we strive not only to bring you to the same location at the same time as your customers/suppliers/peers, we strive to ensure you meet face-to-face with each and every one of your target contacts and to provide you with the time you need to have multiple unhurried conversations with them and build a lasting business relationship:

• A pre-event informal introduction the evening before the conference
• A minimum of five hours’ networking built into the two day conference agenda
• A networking grid which enables you to make your target contacts aware you are looking for them
• The option to join either social drinks or dinner during the evening of Day One
• ACI’s on-site team will assist you in locating your hard-to-find target contacts & make face-to-face introductions

Of course, if there is anybody you are unable to meet over the two days, ACI’s event team will do their best to initiate contact after the event.

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