Circular Chemistry;the enabler to help solve global challenges

30 November 2022 09:50-16:15, London, United Kingdom


Introduction
A circular economy offers solutions for global sustainability challenges by transitioning from the linear take-make-use-dispose economy to better managing resources. It will influence most industry sectors, but chemistry and chemists will be essential to make the most of the opportunities.
 
This event will discuss best practices, benefits, and barriers to implementing a circular economy, covering a wide range of industry sectors and materials: platform chemicals, CO2 as a raw material, plastics, energy, and opportunities in the construction sector.

Presentation titles include:
  • CHNOPS’: from the origin of life to the origin of waste
  • Circular economy in construction – what’s that got to do with chemistry? 
  • Catalytic Upgrading of Polymers – is Chemical Recycling the Answer?
  • Electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide for a circular chemical economy
  • The use of industrial by-products (PFA and GGBS) in concrete
  • What is Sustainable Chemistry?
  • UNEP Framework Manual on Green and sustainable chemistry
BOOK via the link on the right. If you are an online delegate, you will additionally need to register via this link to receive Zoom details: https://eu01web.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5YucOmrrz0sEtABWL_lLOEeWf-w6VfOycav

Attendance fees: early bird
Non-member early bird = £120
Member early bird = £90
Non-member student early bird = £80
Student = £40

Attendance fees:
Non-member = £150
Member = £110
Non-member student = £100
Student = £50
Speakers
Sponsorship & supporting organisations
The International Chemicals in the Chemicals, Pesticides and Hazardous Waste division within DEFRA focuses on tackling chemical pollution as the third major planetary crisis, as well as developing domestic and international policy on sustainable chemistry and the circular economy.
Venue
The Royal Society of Chemistry

Library and Council Room, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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The Environmental Chemistry Group (ECG) is one of the RSC’s Interest Groups. The group considers relationships between chemistry and the environment.. Chemicals may be of natural, anthropogenic, biogenic or geochemical origin.
The Applied Materials Chemistry Group is one of the Royal Society of Chemistry's Interest Groups. This group focuses on industrial uses and opportunities for "effect" materials covering application areas including water and waste treatments, polymers and composites, ceramics and glass. 
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