EIT RawMaterials Winter School on WEEE
26th-30th October 2020 - Time: 15.00 -17.00. On-line event: CONNECT®. Registration required
RCSI - Lectures Winter School WEEE - 26-30 October 2020
- The management of the e-waste cycle. Perspectives for the Circular Economy
Renato Passaro - Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope (Department of Engineering)
- Electric and Electronic Waste: Assessing the Environmenta Benefits from Circular Management
Prof Sergio Ulgiati - Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope, Naples
- The InnoWEEE project and the ReSiELP project: two successful examples of technological solutions in support of The Circular Economy
Eng. Marco Tammaro, PhD Head of Laboratory Technologies for the Reuse, Recycling, Recovery and valorisation of Waste and Materials (T4RM)
- Recovery of materials from End-of-Life PV Panels in a Life Cycle Assessment perspective
Amalia Zucaro, Gabriella Fiorentino - SSPT-USER-T4RM
- Circular economy, recycling, refurbishment, and remanufacturing. Towards sustainable business models
Luca Fasolino - ECOEM Group (WEEE collection and recycling), Salerno
- Circular Economy, recycling, refurbishment and remanufacturing: Towards Sustainable Business Models
Luca Pucci - Legambiente
The EIT RawMaterials Hub - Regional Center Southern Italy (RCSI), hosted by ENEA Research Center in Brindisi (Italy) has planned an open daily Virtual Raw Materials Winter School (time: 15-17, CEST - each day) devoted to Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). It will take place in remote mode using a ZOOM platform.
The participation is free of charge. After registration the participants will receive a link Zoom to follow online the scheduled seminars.
The free of charge registration should be applied to link:
English is the official language. The presentation slides will be in English, but they will be commented in native language (Italian) of the RCSI area.
The students, researchers and stakeholders are kindly invited to participate. This is an official invitation.
ENEA - Department for Sustainability