London to Host Battery Recycling Europe 19-20/02/2020.
In April 2019, the EU legislation launched the Batteries Directive aimed to minimize the negative impact of batteries and waste batteries on the environment, to help protect, preserve and improve the quality of the environment. It also aims to ensure the smooth functioning of the internal market. The directive addresses the environmental impacts of batteries related to the hazardous components they contain along with establishing measures to ensure the proper management of waste batteries.
Aligned with this directive to minimize ecological impacts of waste batteries, we are pleased to announce ACI's Battery Recycling Europe 2020 taking place on the 19th & 20th February 2020 in London, UK.
The two day event will give you an insight on the newest recycling technologies, latest updates in policy and regulations, and commercial benefits of recycling spent power batteries. Bringing together senior executives from Battery Recyclers, Collection Scheme Operators, Battery Manufacturers, Car Manufacturers, Electronics Manufacturers and Battery Plant Owners/ Operators the summit showcases future opportunities in the Battery Recycling Market and blend together inspirational keynotes, informative sessions, and wonderful networking opportunities.
- Alain Vassart- General Secretary, EBRA
- Johan van Peperzeel- Managing Director, Van Peperzeel
- Sam Haig- Battery Recycling Business Manager, RS Bruce
- Jean- Paul Skeete- Research Associate, Cardiff University
- Marcel Weil- Principal Investigator, KIT
- Peter Binnemans- Secretary General, EUCOBAT
- Hans Eric Melin- Founder, Circular Energy Storage
- James Piper- CEO, Ecosurety
- Hans Craen- Secretary General, EPBA
- John Redmayne- Managing Director, ERP UK Ltd
- Jonathan Tomkins- Environment Manager, S. Norton
- Kristina Edstrom- Professor, Uppsala University
- Development of Regulations Around Battery Recycling
- Commercial Benefits of Recycling Spent Power Batteries
- New Battery Applications and Ways of Recycling Them
- Influence of Developing Electrical Transport on Demand and Supply of Battery Raw Materials
- Recycling Batteries and Impact of Hazardous Chemicals on the Environment
- Optimization of Reusing and Recycling Lithium- Ion Batteries from Electric Vehicles
- New Processing, Design Technologies to Improve Battery Recycling
Who Will Attend?
The event is designed with special interest of Battery Recyclers, Collection Scheme Operators, Battery Manufacturers, Car Manufacturers, Electronics Manufacturers, Battery Plant Owners/ Operators among others in the audience.
Host City of London:
20% Early Bird Discount Expires on 31st October 2019 -
Book Today for £1,355 Only(ex.Vat)! instead of £1,695 (ex.Vat)
For for more information and invoice registration please contact
Salil Kanwar on +91 (20) 48523148
If you would like to be considered as a speaker at this event, please submit your abstract for a 30-45 minute presentation to on Anna Wilinska on +48 61 646 7068 Call for Papers:
9 October 2019