• Friday, November 8, 2019
  • 09:30 - 13:00
  • Memo
  • Neri 1 Room South Hall

Organized by: Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee, FISE UNICIRCULAR

The implementation of the waste directives package represents an opportunity to improve the efficiency of the automotive supply chain and to address the various critical issues concerning the management of end-of-life vehicles. The introduction in the national legislation of an extended producer responsibility (EPR) scheme, the identification of forms of promotion for the reuse of components and the strengthening of vehicle tracking systems are the main issues under discussion within of the supply chain. Furthermore, a solution to the "car fluff" problem must be found. In the rest of Europe, this fraction is sent to energy recovery; in Italy, in the absence of suitable outlets, the same is disposed of in landfills, determining the impossibility of reaching the European targets (envisaged by Directive 2000/53) and increasing the overall costs of the supply chain.


Section Chair
Vannia Gava - State Secretary for the Environment and the Protection of the Territory and the Sea (TBC)


10.00 – Introduction by the Chair

“EPR Schemes for ELV Management: principles, models and technologies”

Danilo Bonato, Consorzio Remedia


Antonio Cernicchiaro, UNRAE (national Union of foreign vehicles representatives)

Francesco Bonino, FCA

Alfonso Gifuni, CAR (Confederation of Car Wreckers)

Paolo Pozzato, Assofermet (national association of metal scraps traders)

Mauro Grotto, AIRA (industrial association of car recyclers)

Anselmo Calò, ADA (national association of car wrekers)

12.30 – Discussion and conclusions
Alessandro Bratti, General Director – ISPRA - Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (TBC)