Here is a brief overview of what you can expect from each approx. 30-minute online seminar:
The Many Futures of Plastics: Chemical & Mechanical Recycling
Date: 14 June, 11:00 am CEST
Host: Patrick Lindweiler, Product Management & Key Account
Discover the critical role of pre-sorting in chemical recycling processes. Gain an understanding of chemical recycling, its benefits and limitations. Learn how pre-sorting improves the efficiency and effectiveness of different recycling processes by removing contaminants and ensuring the right materials are used.
Sorting Clean Wood
Date: 21 June, 11:00 am CEST
Host: Björn Lövenich, Market Manager, Sales & Key Account
Explore the importance of wood sorting in the recycling industry. Dive into the basics of wood sorting, including different types of wood, sorting methods and hands-on demonstrations. Learn about advanced techniques and real-life customer examples that demonstrate the benefits of using the most advanced wood sorting methods in the industry.
Magnetic Technology for Waste Recycling
Date: 28 June, 11:00 am CEST
Host: Andreas Jäger, Global Sales Director for Waste Recycling
Understand the importance of magnetic technology in waste recycling and its benefits in terms of cost savings and reduced environmental impact. Learn about the different types of magnetic technology used in waste recycling and their applications as well as STEINERT's unique position in the market as a supplier of magnets and sensors, and how it offers cost-effective entry and ongoing development with only a single partner.
Don't miss this opportunity to add expert knowledge to your recycling operations and joins us to explore specialised waste sorting solutions. Register now to secure your place on these informative online seminars. We look forward to welcoming you to our online seminar series.
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Let's work together to detect and sort resources and to improve recycling even further.