12.50-14.20: Breakout Session 8: Parallell sessions

8A: TEXTILE TRANSFORMATION

Session introduction

The future of large-scale textile sorting in the Nordic – challenges and opportunities
Maria Ström,
Wargön Innovation

Textile products' environmental impacts
Gustav Hedström,
Head of Product-as-a-Service, Houdini Sportswear

SIPTex – the first industrial scale automated textile sorting facility
Erik Perzon,
IVL

Sustainable fungal textiles from food waste
Akram Zamani,
University of Borås

Conversion of non-recyclable textiles into valuable feedstocks by steam gasification
Isabel Cañete Vela,
Chalmers

Closed Loop Recycling through Depolymerization of PET and Polyester Waste
Karin Lindqvist,
RISE

Panel discussion

8B: NUTRIENTS - PHOSPHOROUS

Moderator:
Magdalena Svanström
Full Professor of Sustainability Studies at Chalmers University of Technology

Session introduction

A Swedish source of critical minerals, from mine waste
Ulrika Håkansson,
Technical Director LKAB

Overview of the status and future perspectives of nutrients recycling from sewage in nine selected countries
Erik Karrman,
RISE

Recovery of metals and nutrients from ashes using electrodialytic extraction
Lisbeth M. Ottosen,
DTU-Technical University of Denmark

The Grängesberg Apatite Project - an update
Christer Lindqvist,
CEO Grängesberg Exploration Holding AB

Recycling of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium from Cities to Agriculture
Yariv Cohen,
R&D Manager at EasyMining

Panel discussion

8C: THE CIRCULAR PACKAGING CHALLENGE

Moderator: Peter Woodward

Session introduction
Peter Mellgren, CEO TMR

How do we design for recyclability?
Mats Linder,
Head of Stena Circular Consulting

Rethink the packaging system
Ann Lorentzon,
Tatjana Kapenja,
RISE

What requirements is circular economy putting on packaging?
Per Stoltz,
Sustainability Leader Ingka Group

Renewable materials and circularity
Lisa Säfwenberg,
Manager Circular Solutions,
Stora Enso Group

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Panel discussion