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IARC 2022 – Call for Papers open until 15th March

The Call for Papers for the International Automotive Recycling Congress 2022 (IARC 2022) is open until 15th March 2022.

 

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The IARC 2022 is taking place in Basel, Switzerland from July 5 – 7, 2022. The conference will focus on the impact on the industry of accelerating market growth and greener waste regulations, which are gathering speed and putting more pressure on many sectors of the auto recycling industry on an international scale.

The industry will be gathering once again to discuss the key topics they face, in particular for 2022: the perspective of the ELV Directive being merged with the Type Approval Directive; the impact on eco-design; the consequences for manufacturers and recyclers and extended producer responsibility schemes.

From Automotive Manufacturing to Greener Materials Recycling

The recycling industry will feel the consequences of the shift being operated in auto manufacturers priorities. More recycled content requires a higher quality of recycled materials for all automotive applications. IARC will cover steel & metals, lithium batteries, plastic & compounds, power trains, cables, electric components, carbon, tyres and glass, as well as the reuse, repair, remanufacturing and repurposing of automotive parts and all related issues.

Join the conversation

Don’t miss out on the discussions and debates, view the newest technologies showcased by the biggest names in the automotive recycling industry, enjoy networking and meeting old and new friends.

For further information, please contact Jill Ledger on +41 62 785 10 00 or +33 680 11 22 49, or email info@icm.ch or click here.

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