New Paths for Materials in the Circular Economy
Online training course for companies and professionals
From decarbonisation, to controversies over plastic, to recycling supply chains, a new path in six “pills” to explore the most relevant themes around materials in the circular economy.
How do materials intervene in decarbonization strategies? Is plastic really evil? What happens to materials at their end-of-life? How do existing recycling infrastructures work and which ones are under development?
To answer these and other questions, Materially proposes a new 8-hour training course, in which we will address the most urgent issues that emerge in the phases of setting up and implementing circularity strategies starting from materials.
Training Programme Content
The course focuses on 3 topics and is structured into six short modules held by experts from the Materially team, accompanied by 3 guests with specific expertise, who will provide timely insights on LCA, recycling, carbon capture technologies. Each module has a duration of 75 minutes, including Q&A and interaction sessions, and will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 17:00 to 18:15. The webinars will be held in English.
A reasoning on plastic materials starting from objective evaluations, without demonizing this family of materials but discussing the pros and cons in the different applications. With examples of materials that tell how the plastic industry is responding to the new challenges of sustainability.
1 | Plastic in a Product’s Life Cycle
16 january 17:00-18:15 CET
2 | Recycled and Bio-based plastics
18 january 17:00-18:15 CET
An in-depth look at existing supply chains and development prospects in material recycling. With a look that goes beyond the classic packaging supply chains, the modules offer insights into lesser-known sectors, also through examples of solutions, opportunities and technologies.
3 | How recycling really works
23 january 17:00-18:15 CET
4 | Building new supply chains to recover waste
25 january 17:00-18:15 CET
The modules addresses the topic of sustainability of materials in terms of carbon footprint: from the basic terminology, to the methods of evaluation and measurement, up to examples of materials and processes that adopt this approach.
5 | A carbon-based approach to materials
30 january 17:00-18:15 CET
6 | Carbon neutrality stories
1 february 17:00-18:15 CET
Who is it aimed at?
The course is aimed at Sustainability Managers, Design, R&D, Marketing and CSR Departments, professionals interested in learning more about sustainability and the circular economy from the point of view of materials and processes.
How to participate and costs
Each meeting is held online in live-mode, but will remain available to subscribers in streaming on a platform with dedicated access. Participants will also be given all the presentations in pdf format***. Materially reserves the right to cancel the course if the minimum number of participants expected is not reached, and the possibility of changing days, times and teachers of the course due to force majeure, giving notice as soon as possible.
* if due. **Email address of participants should correspond to the Company’s domain. ***The teaching material and streaming videos are covered by copyright and their use is reserved to the participant for the purposes of the course. In particular, the dissemination of the contents of the modules nor their transfer to third parties is permitted.