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ICBR Honorary award goes to Jacques David

The ICBR Honorary award is granted to a person for remarkable commitment to, and outstanding achievements in, the battery recycling industry and its related fields: development of new battery recycling technologies and chemistries, environmental protection, the circular economy and sustainable development.

In 1977 Jacques David began his career in the battery recycling business and quickly became a pioneer in recovering nickel, cobalt and cadmium from Ni-Cd batteries in order to reintroduce them into their metallurgical cycle. Between 1995 and 2005 he became an expert in battery sorting technology and commercialized automatic battery sorting units for portable batteries through his company Eurobatri. He spent the rest of his career managing recycling facilities, building collection networks and furthering the cause of environmentally sound battery recycling.

Jacques David has participated in every one of the 26 ICM battery recycling conferences, sharing his recycling expertise, experience and global network widely within the industry.

ICM is very pleased to grant the ICBR honorary award to Jacques David in recognition of his pioneering spirit, his support for, and endless promotion of, best take-back and recycling practices in the Circular Economy of batteries.

“His lifelong commitment put the worldwide battery recycling industry on the path to a profitable and environmentally sound business model.” Jean-Pol Wiaux, Chairman of the ICBR Steering Committee.

Dhawal Shah new President of BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division

Mr Shah is Managing Director of Metco Marketing India Pvt. Ltd, a long-standing BIR member company and one of India’s leading indenting houses for secondary metals & alloys, ferrous / non-ferrous scraps and ferro-alloys.

He has been with the company for over 20 years, and during this period, has driven the expansion of Metco‘s global footprint, and also its product line. A commerce graduate from Mumbai, Mr Shah has always had a strong interest in recycling, and over recent years he has dedicated a lot of his time to the growth and development of the metals recycling industry in India.

Mr Shah has been serving on the BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division’s board for 12 years, first as board member representing India and then as Senior Vice-President for the last six years. He is also Vice-President of Metal Recycling Association of India and serves on the Metals Committee of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI).

In his capacity as Non-Ferrous Metals Division President, Mr Shah is a member of the BIR Executive Committee and serves as Vice-President of the organization.

“Mr Shah’s vision and experience will be a great asset to BIR and its leadership, and I look forward to working with him to further develop BIR’s scope and international impact”, comments BIR President Tom Bird. He also thanked outgoing divisional President David Chiao for his many years of outstanding services within the Non-Ferrous Metals Division and the BIR Executive Committee.

Dhawal Shah new President of BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division

Mr Shah is Managing Director of Metco Marketing India Pvt. Ltd, a long-standing BIR member company and one of India’s leading indenting houses for secondary metals & alloys, ferrous / non-ferrous scraps and ferro-alloys.

He has been with the company for over 20 years, and during this period, has driven the expansion of Metco‘s global footprint, and also its product line. A commerce graduate from Mumbai, Mr Shah has always had a strong interest in recycling, and over recent years he has dedicated a lot of his time to the growth and development of the metals recycling industry in India.

Mr Shah has been serving on the BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division’s board for 12 years, first as board member representing India and then as Senior Vice-President for the last six years. He is also Vice-President of Metal Recycling Association of India and serves on the Metals Committee of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI).

In his capacity as Non-Ferrous Metals Division President, Mr Shah is a member of the BIR Executive Committee and serves as Vice-President of the organization.

“Mr Shah’s vision and experience will be a great asset to BIR and its leadership, and I look forward to working with him to further develop BIR’s scope and international impact”, comments BIR President Tom Bird. He also thanked outgoing divisional President David Chiao for his many years of outstanding services within the Non-Ferrous Metals Division and the BIR Executive Committee.

Sesotec appoints new CEO

Schulz assumes the role of Sesotec CEO with decades of experience in international business management, including leadership positions in the automotive, electrical engineering, construction supplies, mechanical engineering, and advanced plant construction industries. His career has included positions at Rittal GmbH & Co. KG and Internorm International GmbH, among others. Most recently, he served five years as the CEO of Hedrich GmbH.

As the new CEO, Schulz is committed to the further advancement of Sesotec’s realignment strategy. “I am very much looking forward to working for Sesotec, and am grateful to Marc Setzen for his outstanding work over the past three years,” says Schulz. “He has significantly shaped the strategic trajectory of Sesotec as a customer-oriented and sustainable company. Under his leadership, the company has redefined its mission as one of ‘Driving Impact.’”

Schulz continues: “We will continue to charge forward on this path by continuously optimizing and expanding our portfolio of problem-solving products and services. The key to our own growth lies in our contribution to the economic success of our customers.”

Sesotec currently employs more than 570 individuals between its headquarters in Schönberg and six subsidiaries, and supports more than 83,000 installed systems worldwide. Through intelligent technologies and services, the company’s mission is to help customers design safe, efficient, and compliant production processes, thus ensuring sustainable, high-quality production for the benefit of people, the environment, and industry.

ICBR Award Goes to Dr Jean-Pol Wiaux

The ICBR Honorary Award is granted to a person for remarkable commitment and outstanding achievements to the battery recycling industry and its related fields throughout his/her career.

Dr Wiaux is recognized for his lifetime achievements dedicated to the development of new battery recycling technologies and chemistries, whilst promoting the protection of the environment through battery collection and recycling and his convictions that the circular economy and sustainable development were the only way forward for the entire battery industry.

The Award Winner started his career in the recycling business more than 30 years ago. At that time, he was a pioneer in the battery sorting technology business.

Between 1980 and 1990, the Award Winner worked on battery-related research programs including Sodium / Sulphur (Beta-Alumina) – (EV), Lithium Polymer (PAN) – Iodine – (Medical, Nickel-Hydrogene (Space), Gas Diffusion Electrodes for Metal-Air batteries.

In the 80s the Award Winner created the company which supplied a Battery Sorting Plant to the Swiss company, Batrec. This was the first fully integrated battery sorting plant in the world!

During the 90s the Award Winner was appointed Director General of RECHARGE, and headed the association with enthusiasm and passion, developing expertise and building up credibility for the industry for over 20 years.

In 2017 the Award Winner became the Chairman of the ICBR. Thanks to his commitment and great support, ICBR – today celebrating 25 years of service to the battery recycling business – has developed to become the biggest and most successful Battery Recycling Congresses in the world.

Dr Jean-Pol Wiaux is recognized today for his pioneering spirit, support & endless promotion of best take-back and recycling practices in the Circular Economy of Batteries. His commitment led the worldwide battery recycling industry to a sustainable and environmentally sound business.

ICBR Award Goes to Dr Jean-Pol Wiaux

The ICBR Honorary Award is granted to a person for remarkable commitment and outstanding achievements to the battery recycling industry and its related fields throughout his/her career.

Dr Wiaux is recognized for his lifetime achievements dedicated to the development of new battery recycling technologies and chemistries, whilst promoting the protection of the environment through battery collection and recycling and his convictions that the circular economy and sustainable development were the only way forward for the entire battery industry.

The Award Winner started his career in the recycling business more than 30 years ago. At that time, he was a pioneer in the battery sorting technology business.

Between 1980 and 1990, the Award Winner worked on battery-related research programs including Sodium / Sulphur (Beta-Alumina) – (EV), Lithium Polymer (PAN) – Iodine – (Medical, Nickel-Hydrogene (Space), Gas Diffusion Electrodes for Metal-Air batteries.

In the 80s the Award Winner created the company which supplied a Battery Sorting Plant to the Swiss company, Batrec. This was the first fully integrated battery sorting plant in the world!

During the 90s the Award Winner was appointed Director General of RECHARGE, and headed the association with enthusiasm and passion, developing expertise and building up credibility for the industry for over 20 years.

In 2017 the Award Winner became the Chairman of the ICBR. Thanks to his commitment and great support, ICBR – today celebrating 25 years of service to the battery recycling business – has developed to become the biggest and most successful Battery Recycling Congresses in the world.

Dr Jean-Pol Wiaux is recognized today for his pioneering spirit, support & endless promotion of best take-back and recycling practices in the Circular Economy of Batteries. His commitment led the worldwide battery recycling industry to a sustainable and environmentally sound business.

Austrian Federal Minister for Environment to give welcome speech at IERC 2021

Ms Gewessler will address the key issues facing the European electronics industry today and is closely involved in the elaboration of the Action Plan for the Circular Economy, the New Industrial Strategy and the European Green Deal. She will talk about the goals but also the support necessary for European industry in the transition to climate neutrality and digitalization.

The call for papers for the 20th International Electronics Recycling Congress (January 20 – 22, 2021, Salzburg, Austria) to info@icm.ch ends on July 20, 2020.

Austrian Federal Minister for Environment to give welcome speech at IERC 2021

Ms Gewessler will address the key issues facing the European electronics industry today and is closely involved in the elaboration of the Action Plan for the Circular Economy, the New Industrial Strategy and the European Green Deal. She will talk about the goals but also the support necessary for European industry in the transition to climate neutrality and digitalization.

The call for papers for the 20th International Electronics Recycling Congress (January 20 – 22, 2021, Salzburg, Austria) to info@icm.ch ends on July 20, 2020.

Austrian Federal Minister for Environment to give welcome speech at IERC 2021

Ms Gewessler will address the key issues facing the European electronics industry today and is closely involved in the elaboration of the Action Plan for the Circular Economy, the New Industrial Strategy and the European Green Deal. She will talk about the goals but also the support necessary for European industry in the transition to climate neutrality and digitalization.

The call for papers for the 20th International Electronics Recycling Congress (January 20 – 22, 2021, Salzburg, Austria) to info@icm.ch ends on July 20, 2020.

Austrian Federal Minister for Environment to give welcome speech at IERC 2021

Ms Gewessler will address the key issues facing the European electronics industry today and is closely involved in the elaboration of the Action Plan for the Circular Economy, the New Industrial Strategy and the European Green Deal. She will talk about the goals but also the support necessary for European industry in the transition to climate neutrality and digitalization.

The call for papers for the 20th International Electronics Recycling Congress (January 20 – 22, 2021, Salzburg, Austria) to info@icm.ch ends on July 20, 2020.