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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.

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.

BMRA re-elects Susie Burrage as President  

Ms. Burrage, who is Managing Director of Chesham based Recycled Products Limited, has already served four years, two terms of two years each.
 
During her tenure, the BMRA has celebrated its centenary (in 2019) and she has steered the Association through a number of high-profile projects, including the development of the first sector-specific apprenticeship, the Metal Recycling General Operative. There has also been an overhaul in BMRA communications, thanks in part to the newly created Membership and Communications Committee, of which she is chair.
 
On her reappointment, Ms. Burrage said: “It has been an honour and a privilege to represent BMRA members. It is made easier when you are surrounded by good people, and I would like to thank my fellow Board members, committee members, the BMRA secretariat and my staff at Recycled Products Ltd for their support these past four years. I look forward to continuing for another term, and further extending the influence of the BMRA.”
 
James Kelly, CEO, BMRA added: “Susie’s commitment to the BMRA has been relentless. Her tireless work has meant that the BMRA continues to be at the forefront of metals recycling in the UK and on the International stage. Her support of me and the secretariat enables us to ensure we deliver the best service we can to our members and understand the challenges that the industry faces on a day to day basis. We welcome her reappointment and the opportunity to continue working with her in this crucial role for the metal recycling industry.”
 
Ms. Burrage is also the President of the European Metal Trade and Recycling Branch of EuRIC and the UK Ambassador for the Bureau of International Recycling.

BMRA re-elects Susie Burrage as President  

Ms. Burrage, who is Managing Director of Chesham based Recycled Products Limited, has already served four years, two terms of two years each.
 
During her tenure, the BMRA has celebrated its centenary (in 2019) and she has steered the Association through a number of high-profile projects, including the development of the first sector-specific apprenticeship, the Metal Recycling General Operative. There has also been an overhaul in BMRA communications, thanks in part to the newly created Membership and Communications Committee, of which she is chair.
 
On her reappointment, Ms. Burrage said: “It has been an honour and a privilege to represent BMRA members. It is made easier when you are surrounded by good people, and I would like to thank my fellow Board members, committee members, the BMRA secretariat and my staff at Recycled Products Ltd for their support these past four years. I look forward to continuing for another term, and further extending the influence of the BMRA.”
 
James Kelly, CEO, BMRA added: “Susie’s commitment to the BMRA has been relentless. Her tireless work has meant that the BMRA continues to be at the forefront of metals recycling in the UK and on the International stage. Her support of me and the secretariat enables us to ensure we deliver the best service we can to our members and understand the challenges that the industry faces on a day to day basis. We welcome her reappointment and the opportunity to continue working with her in this crucial role for the metal recycling industry.”
 
Ms. Burrage is also the President of the European Metal Trade and Recycling Branch of EuRIC and the UK Ambassador for the Bureau of International Recycling.