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ICM AG is the international leader in circular economy congress organisation, specialising in vehicle, electronics and battery recycling as well as e-mobility; some of the fastest-growing markets and waste streams in the world. Headquartered in Switzerland, ICM has been organizing conferences in Europe, North America and Asia for the last 27 years. Jeanette Duttlinger, the company founder, manages a team that speaks English, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Serbian and Bulgarian.
ICM: What are the main issues the automotive recycling industry faces at the moment?
Olivier François: There are 250 million vehicles currently circulating in Europe and the main priority today is to make sure they are correctly handled at their end of life. The automotive recycling sector has perfectly achieved the recycling targets that were fixed for the automotive industry by the European legislator in 2000, within the 2015 deadline despite the challenges, and in total autonomy of the car manufacturers.
June 13th, 2022Read the article
Latest news from Basel: first ever plant tour to the Thommen Group recycling plant; new workshop on safety in handling high-voltage automotive batteries; exhibition hall almost full.
May 19th, 2022Read the article
The global lithium-ion battery recycling sector will be worth US$ 22.8 billion (EUR 21 billion) by 2030, up from US$ 4.6 billion last year. This represents a sizeable compound annual growth rate of 19.6% during the forecast period, according to analysts at Research&Markets.
The lithium-ion battery recycling market is will witness ‘intense growth’ across different end-use industries, especially the automotive and industrial industry. The new report says North America dominated the lithium-ion battery market in 2020 and is projected to lead in the next eight years.
April 22nd, 2022Read the article