• Friday, November 10, 2023
  • 09:30 - 13:15
  • Memo
  • Neri 1 Room South Hall
  • Italian
  • organized by Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee & ASSOAMBIENTE (National Association of Environmental Services Companies and Circular Economy)

The automotive sector is experiencing a great revolution: that of the transition from thermal engines to electric motors. Starting from the illustration of the University of Salento Study on the expected changes in the treatment of electric vehicles compared to thermal ones, the representatives of the automotive end-of-life chain will discuss and explore together the new challenges and criticalities they are called to face.

Session Chair

Alvise Marzo, Techemet


10.00-10.10 Introduction
Paolo Barberi, Vice President Assoambiente

10.10-10.20 Silvia Grandi, Director of Circular Economy Department, Italian Ministry of Environment and Energy Security

10.20-10.30 Introduction to the study on demolition facilities differences on the treatment of endothermic and electric vehicles costs and benefits
Antonello Di Mauro, ECOEURO President

10.30-11.00 Presentation of the Study from the University of Salento
Angelo Corallo, University of Salento

11.00-11.30 Presentation of the European Commission's Proposal of the ELV Regulation
Matteo Mussini, Brussels-based firm MUST

11.30-11.45 Recyclers' position on the proposed regulation
Emanuel Katrakis, EURIC General Secreatry

11.45-12.00 The position of the automotive industry
Silvia Vecchione, ACEA

12.00-12.15 The position of auto wreckers
HenkJan Nix, EGARA General Secreatry

12.15-13.00 Q&A

13.00 Conclusions