Program

OCTOBER 27, 2023 | Friday

08:00-10:00
Session 12: Sustainability in the value chain
Chair Mathijs Bicknese, Royal HaskoningDHV
20’
Circular economy and green chemistry concepts and strategies
Thomas Jakl,
Austrian Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology
20’
Circular economy, REACH aspects of recycled plastics and implementation issues regarding the single use plastics directive
Ales Bartl, Keller & Heckman
20’
Circular economy, chemical recycling and the EU waste framework directive
Christian Gründling, FCIO
20’
ReOil – OMVs chemical recycling technology to close the loop from end-of-life plastics to virgin high-grade polyolefins
Beate Edl, OMV
20’
EU Taxonomy Regulation and delegated acts, including the green claim regulation
Linda-Jean Cockcroft, ERM
20’
Product Sustainability Assessment - a global approach
Susann Wiechers, Evonik as a member of WBCSD
10:00-10:15
Q&A
10:15-10:45
Coffee break
10:45-12:45
Session 13: Supply chain communication and product stewardship strategies
Chair Mathijs Bicknese, Royal HaskoningDHV
20’
How to organise and handle global regulatory challenges
Sophie Mathieu-Grimal, ExxonMobil
20’
How can QR codes, blockchain technology and Artificial Intelligence enhance transparency and sustainability in the value chain
Michael Siebold, Merck
20’
Safe and sustainable by design – Updates on the European testing framework – new developments
Jürgen Tiedje, European Commission, DG Research and Innovation
20’
Safe and sustainable by design – implementation by industry
Hendrik Wagner, BASF
20’
Ecodesign for sustainable products (ESPR), including a digital product passport
Martin Klatt, BASF
20’
How DPPs Enable Organizations to Meet Ever-Increasing Demands
Lioba Oerter, 3E
12:45-13:00
Q&A
13:00-14:00
Lunch break
14:00–15:40
Session 14: Data management, data sharing and new approach methodologies
Chair Thomas Jakl, Austrian Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology
20’
How to manage diverging sustainability goals from different legislations?
Rudolf Wilden, Ramboll
20’
OECD tools for chemicals data management
Patience Browne, OECD
20’
Adopting New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) and data availability
Tiago Pedrosa, ECHA
20’
New Approach Methodologies (NAM) and uptake in (new) requirements for testing – an industry view
Fabian Grimm, Clariant
20’
Rethinking registration data sharing
Markus Pogrzeba, opesus
15:40-16:00
Q&A
16:00
End of ChemCon Europe 2023