The RSC Symposium 2014

The RSC Symposium 2014: Waste Not, Want Not – Profit from Sustainable Chemistry

Design for a Circular Economy – Company pathways responding to the challenge of Critical Raw Materials
David Peck, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Closed Loop Emotionally Valuable E-waste Recovery
Janet L. Scott, University of Bath, UK

Waste Not, Want Not Profit from Sustainable Chemistry
Hywel Jones, Maria Hanson & Karen Vernon-Parry, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Opportunities for the Development of Sustainable Production Processes
Dr Charlotte Wiles, Chemtrix, The Netherlands

Sustainable manufacturing at CABB. Chlorination and sulfonation – surprisingly sustainable
Dr. Jörg Schrickel, CABB AG, Switzerland

Application of Biocatalysis to Improve Sustainability in Industrial Production
Pascal Dünkelmann, evocatal, Germany

Functionalised Silicas. Tools for Sustainable Chemistry
Dr. Sophie Purser, Phosphonics, UK

How to add value by continuous improvement along the process chain
Dr. Boris E. Bosch, saltigo, Germany

Holistic evaluation of processes to create more sustainable solutions
Dr. Peter Saling, BASF SE, Germany

Advanced Ion Exchange (AIX) – Closing the Value Loop
Dr Pasi Kauppinen, Johnson Matthey plc, Finland

Materials Security Innovation Opportunities
Dr Catherine Joce, The Knowledge Transfer Network, UK

Approach on material management and substitution. Case studies on certain phase-outs
Dr. Matti Rahko. Microsoft Mobile, Finland

Solvent Recovery Waste valorisation
Allan Jensen, Chemoxy International Ltd, UK

Chemical Purification Companies Hold a More and More Important Role in the Value Chains of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry
Paul Kriekemans, DNCP, Belgium

Carbon Footprint of Recycled Solvents, Solvent Recycling: Sustainability in Practice
Adisa Azapagic, Ethos Research, UK and Andrew Crowther, ESRG/Tradebe, UK