This topic focuses on sustainable resource management, which covers the process chains and the entire raw materials cycle from extraction, treatment and processing through to the various forms of use and reuse. The aim is to proactively ensure the supply of requisite raw materials to industry.
Priority is given to the extraction of primary raw materials and to technologies for the recovery and treatment of secondary raw materials. Further major issues concern savings potential through resource-efficient use of raw materials, substitution possibilities, and treatment of waste products. Regulatory frameworks and consumer behaviour are the key to implementing a holistic approach to the sustainable use of resources. This is yet another field where DECHEMA offers a platform for ongoing scientific exchange and application-oriented information.
25.-27. October 2021, online
16.-18. May 2022, Tutzing, Germany
RessWInn - Networking and transfer project to the funding measure "ReziProK - Resource-efficient Circular Economy - innovative product cycles" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research
ReQ+ - Networking and transfer project to the funding measure "RES:Z - Resource-efficient urban districts for the future" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research
Research Project "ConCirMy - Configurator for the Circular Economy" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research:
H2020 Project "Sea4Value - Development of radical innovations to recover minerals and metals from seawater desalination brines"
Pilot Project "KUBA - Sustainable Plastics Value Chain: Pilot Case Plastics in Construction Industry and Buildings" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research