Thank you for attending 2018
We would like to thank all participants, speakers, exhibitors for participating in the fourth Circular Materials Conference, March 7-8 2018.
A video and articles from the conference are available on our references and media page.
Welcome to the next Circular Materials Conference in Gothenburg, March 2020!
Why attend the Circular Materials Conference?
Come and share experiences at the two-day event that will offer a forum for debate, exchange, face-to-face meetings and networking. We will look at the challenge of transformation in a material world, consumer trends and the circular economy and also meet the disruptors. We will make deep dives into new business models for a circular economy, and into research and innovation.
Meet 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, and the media – all in one location.
Welcome to the Circular Materials Conference
Competence Centre of Recycling (CCR) at Chalmers University of Technology in cooperation with Nordic Publishing in conjunction with major organizations 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.
We provide a matchmaking platform to enhance your event experience by helping you to schedule 1-1 meetings with relevant attendees. We suggest you start creating your profile as soon as possible.
The E-Waste Tragedy & panel discussion
In connection with the film ”The E-waste tragedy”, which will be introduced by the Director Cosima Dannoritzer, there will be a panel discussion. Watch the trailer now!
Pre-Convention Field Trip – Stena Technoworld
Join our Pre-Convention Field Trip to Stena Technoworld, Halmstad.
March 7, 19.00
Join our networking dinner at Imagine, Gothia Towers – Gothenburg’s tallest building.