Circular economy and Made in Italy: how changes the business model along the chemical value chain
- Tuesday, November 5, 2019
- 16:30 - 18:00
- Noce Room A6 Pav
Organized by: Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee and Federchimica
The circular economy worldwide has become the new business model and also chemical companies are facing this challenge developing new technologies, processes and products.
The key words of this new model are "ecodesign", "efficiency", "waste enhancement", "supply chain" and "industrial symbiosis".
With regard to these keywords, many chemical companies are developing their activities with the aim of creating products that respond to new market demands.
The workshop therefore focuses on the testimony of chemical companies that are implementing the principles of the circular economy along their supply chian.
Mario Ceribelli, Federchimica General Council – Delegate to Circular economy
Alessandro Bratti, General Director - ISPRA
17.00 Panel of discussion: Circularity and sustainability as a driver of change in the Made in Italy chemical supply chains
Chair: Mario Ceribelli
Alessandra Colombo, Head of Circular Economy, Sustainability & Product Stewardship - Versalis
Mikaela Decio, Environmental Sustainability Head – Mapei
Antonio Lazzarinetti, CEO - Itelyum
Filippo Servalli, Marketing and Sustainability Director - RadiciGroup
Conference held in italian language
- CIRCULAR PATHWAYS IN THE INDUSTRY
- Ecomondo event