Programme Day 2

07.40 - 08.30

Registration and refreshments

08.30-10.00

Plenary Session 6: Exploring the Nordic circular economy potential


Nordic Circular Hotspot – The Go To for getting it done in the circular Nordic
Josefina Sallén,
RISE and
Elin Bergman,
WWF, Development and application of a Circular Economy analysis framework

CIRCit – Circular Economy Integration in the Nordic Industry for Enhanced Sustainability and Competitiveness

Jutta Hildenbrand,
RISE

Circular IKEA and the Nordic approach
Per Stoltz,
Sustainabliity Manager, IKEA

CE@KTH leading the transition towards Circular Economy in Sweden and beyond
Amir Rashid,
Professor KTH Royal Institute of Technology

A more sustainable material use, actions needed
Christer Forsgren,
Stena Recycling/ Chalmers University

Panel discussion on what Nordic leadership can contribute to Circular Economy
- Research/academic institutions
- Business community
- Nordic Council/policymakers

10.00-10.30

Refreshments

7A: MODELS AND TOOLS FOR A CIRCULAR TRANSITION
Session Chair: Johan Felix, RE:Source

Quantifying Product‐Level Circularity
Robert Boyer,
RISE

Circular procurement
Sven-Olof Ryding,
IVL

Strategic tool for circular transition
Hafdis Jonsdottir,
Chalmers Industriteknik

Modelling of recycling for improved LCA
Tomas Ekvall,
IVL

Natural capital and value creation
Christin Liptow,
IVL

7B: CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS

Obstacles and promoters for use of secondary materials
Martijn van Praagh,
AF Pöyry

Switch, Recycle, Reuse, Repair: Stimuli-Responsive Polymers as Building Blocks for the Circular Economy
Sumitra Rajagopalan,
Bioastra Technologies

Destruction and refining of deposited asbestos materials into sellable recycled materials
Lars Kraft,
RISE

Cement mortars with recycled tire rubber
Pradena et al,
Universidad de Concepción, Chile

Circular business model innovation for a building developer: An experimentation approach to identify customer acceptance
Julia Nußholz

A circular system for recycling of plastic pipes in Sweden
Annika Boss,
RISE

7C: AUTOMOTIVE ACTION BATTERIES FOR ELECTRIC CARS - OUTLOOK 
Session Chair: Max Björkman and Jon Wingborg, Chalmers Industriteknik

The Future Challenges of a sustainable electrification
Pavel Calderon,
EV Ledger

The Fate of Lithium-ion batteries for Vehicles in the Nordic Countries
Lisbeth Dahllöf,
IVL

Boosting the Circular Economy of Li-ion batteries via development of sustainable recycling
Martina Petranikova,
Chalmers

Circular Business Model: Recycling Service within Lithium-ion Battery Manufacturing Industry
Banne et al,
IIIE Lund

Panel Discussion

12.00-13.00

Lunch - including poster/exhibition area

8A: TEXTILE TRANSFORMATION
Session chair: Peter Woodward

“H&M wants to lead the change to a circular and climate positive fashion industry.”
Felicia Reuterswärd,
Sustainability Manager, H&M Hennes & Mauritz Sweden AB

Prerequisites for a circular economy for textiles
Lisa Schwarz Bour,
RISE

Circular Textiles
Maria Ström,
Wargön Innovation

Textile products' environmental impacts
Jesper Danielsson,
Head of Design, Houdini Sportswear

SIPTex – the first industrial scale automated textile sorting facility
Hanna Ljungkvist Nordin,
RISE

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

8B: THE CIRCULAR PACKAGING CHALLENGE
Session chair: Rustan Nilsson, Sysav Industri AB

How do we design for recyclability?
Rustan Nilsson,
Sysav Industri AB

Renewable materials and circularity
Daniel Badman,
Head of Public Affairs and Sustainability Communications at Stora Enso Group

What requirements is circular economy putting on packaging?
Per Stoltz,
IKEA

Fast-moving-consumer goods in a circular economy – Evaluation with life cycle assessment of two products
Siri Willskytt

8C: NUTRIENTS - PHOSPHOROUS
Session chair: Britt Marie, Steenari CCR

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

InPhos: Sustainable Management of Phosphorus in Baltic countries
Magdalena Svanström,
Chalmers

Circular phosphorous from sewage sludge by pyrolysis treatment
Naeimeh Vali,
University of Borås

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

Agro Residue waste to Natural Fibers: True Circular Material
Navin Singhania,
Founder & CEO Barracuda Labs

8D: BIZMET – AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM IN CIRCULAR ECONOMY FOR SMEs ACTIVE IN METAL INDUSTRY AND RECYCLING 
Session chair: Burçak Ebin,
Chalmers University of Technology

What is EIT?
Victor Westergård,
EIT Raw Materials

What is BizMet all about?
Jutta Nuortila-Jokinen,
LUT University

Hindrances and opportunities of Circular Economy from the SME point of view
Asja Mrotzek-Bloess,
Clausthal University of Technology

BizMet Academy: combining real life problems with academic studies
Ewelina Pędziwiatr and Olga Janikowska,
Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Can BizMet concept truly assist SMEs on their way to CE?
Martina Petranikova,
Chalmers University of Technology

Panel discussion

14.30-15.00

Refreshments

15.00-15.30

Awards - Innovation Challenge
Session Chair: Lena Stig, Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.

Presentation of the results of the Innovation Challenge coordinated by strategic innovation programme RE:Source and Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.

15.30-16.30

Plenary Session 10: Maintaining the momentum

Visionary keynote speech:
The circular transformation starts in our head
Klas Gustafsson, Member of the Delegation for Circular Economy and Deputy CEO of Tekniska verken

Feedback from key messages emerging from the Conference

- Comments by key stakeholder panel

Closing remarks

16.30

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