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A Circular Materials Economy combines old and new processes for materials recycling with the perspective of a circular economy. By changing the perspective, identifying the necessary steps to reintroduce used material in the production cycle and by adopting supportive legislation – new sustainable business opportunities are emerging.
The Circular Materials Conference will bring together decision makers from the recycling industry, basic and supporting industries as well as politicians and stakeholders from the Nordic region to one location.


Who should attend?

  • R&D management representatives
  • Producers
  • Recyclers
  • Collectors and reclaimers
  • Retailers
  • Officials of national and supra-national institutions
  • Non-governmental organisations (NGO:s)
  • Research institutions
  • Academia
  • Resource Recovery/Waste management
  • Clean-tech investors
  • Other investors
  • Media

Welcome to Circular Materials Conference

Competence Centre of Recycling (CCR) at Chalmers University of Technology in cooperation with Nordic Publishing in conjunction with major organisations from the basic, chemical, recycling and textile and fashion industries are proud to invite you to the fourth ”Circular Materials Conference” on March 7-8 2018 at Chalmers Conference Centre in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Pre-Convention Field Trip – Stena Recycling

March 6 2018
Join our Pre-Convention Field Trip to Stena Recycling, Halmstad.
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Networking dinner

March 7, 19.00
Join our networking dinner at Imagine, Gothia Towers – Gothenburg’s tallest building.
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Post-Convention Field Trip – Max IV

March 9 2018
Join our Post-Convention Field Trip to Max IV laboratories, Lund.
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Alex Miles

Director, Commercial Development, Europe, Enerkem

Rasmus Bergström

Managing Director Stena Technoworld, Head of Business area Technoworld at Stena Metall

Mona Arnold

Tech Lic., MBA, VTT (Technical Research Centre of Finland ltd)

Axel Edh

Senior Strategic Advisor Environment at Research and Development, Volvo Car Group