Renewable Materials Conference: Six Innovations Nominated and Final Program Available


Renewable Materials Conference: Six Innovations Nominated and Final Program Available

Three bio-based innovations from Germany and from Sweden, two CCU innovations from Denmark and Hungary and one advanced plastic recycling technology from Canada are nominated for the “Renewable Material of the Year 2024” innovation award.

Hürth, 21 March 2024:

The Renewable Materials Conference 2024 will take place from 11 – 13 June in Siegburg/Cologne (Germany). In just three years, the Renewable Materials Conference (RMC) has established itself as the world’s leading event on chemicals and materials based on biomass, CCU or chemical recycling – the only alternatives to fossil-based chemicals and materials. The unique concept of presenting all renewable material solutions at one event hits the mark and covers the entire value chain of the renewable carbon economy. The last conference in 2023 was attended by almost 500 participants from 32 countries, 90% of whom were from industry. 500 to 600 are expected this year.
During three days, top speakers from industry, academia and policy will present the latest developments in technology, innovation, policy and markets to an international audience of experts: The final program with 80 presentations, 20 panel discussions and more than ten workshops is now available, and the innovations have been nominated for the award. Companies, associations and institutes are still invited to run one of the workshops and take part in exhibition and sponsoring.
The conference will cover a wide range of concepts and technologies from sustainable carbon cycles, renewable refineries, and chemical recycling to new process technologies. These represent technologies for the production of renewable chemicals, building blocks, polymers, plastics and fine chemicals based on renewable carbon.

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