„Battery Recycling“ at Hannover Messe
Interseroh takes part in the GTAI panel discussion „Battery-Recycling in Germany“
„Integrated Industry – Creating Value!“ – under this year’s slogan more than 5.000 companies exhibit their products and services for future’s industry at Hannover Messe. This year the economic development agency of the Federal Republic of Germany Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) hosts the panel discussion „Recycling of batteries – current developments and business opportunities in Germany“. As electric vehicles will shape the mobility system of the future, new technologies and business models for recycling of batteries are needed. Wassilij Weber, Project Leader International Battery Recycling at Interseroh, takes part in the panel to discuss challenges ahead and developments made to date. With Urban Windelen, CEO BVES, Prof. Arno Kwade, Scientific Head, Battery Lab Factory at TU Branschweig and Dr. Ansgar Fendel, CEO, Remondis Assets & Services GmbH & Co. KG the discussion forum will be completed.
The discussion will take place on Monday 24th 2017 from 3 p.m. - 4.30 p.m. in Hall 27 Stand E78 at Forum MobiliTec at Hannover Messe. Member of GTAI will moderate the discussion; participation is free in combination with a Hannover Messe admission ticket.
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Interzero is one of the leading service providers in the field of closing product, material and logistics loops as well as innovation leader in plastics recycling with the largest sorting capacity in Europe. Under the guiding principle of “zero waste solutions”, the company supports over 50,000 customers throughout Europe on the responsible handling of recyclable materials, thus helping them to improve their own sustainability balance and conserve primary resources. With about 2,000 employees, the company achieves a turnover of over one billion euros (2021). According to Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Interzero’s recycling activities will save one million tonnes of greenhouse gases compared to primary production and more than 12.5 million tonnes of primary raw materials in 2021 alone. Further information can be found at www.interzero.com.
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