May 3, 2016
The UK remanufacturer’s Adrian Lovatt will talk about toner remanufacturing and its role in a sustainable UK economy.
Lovatt, ECS’ Group Waste Management Coordinator, will give a talk entitled Toner remanufacturing: a sustainable, innovative solution for the UK environment and economy. Lovatt commented that “It is a fantastic privilege to be asked to speak at the conference, and I hope to effectively demonstrate how our organisation is helping to reduce the number of toner cartridges being sent to landfill.
“Quality control is at the very heart of our operations and our aim is to promote the many benefits that our re-engineered products can offer to our partners. With a key focus on our partners’ environmental footprints, we are constantly developing new services and products to retain our zero to landfill promise and deliver the solutions our partners want and deserve.
“We have already worked with a number of organisations in their bid to reduce their carbon footprint and currently offer a variety of waste management training courses throughout the UK.” The Recycler previously announced that the 2016 Focus on Europe conference will take place on 16 and 17 June at the Holiday Inn Lisbon Continental in Lisbon, Portugal.
Other speakers recently confirmed to be taking part include ETIRA’s Vincent van Dijk, Hubei Dinglong’s Ian Copsey, Uninet Imaging’s Zoltan Matyas and Static Control’s Javier Gesualdo. Peter Mayhew, Director and Senior Analyst with Lightwords Imaging, will be chairing the event, and sponsors have also been announced for the conference, with Static Control the headline sponsor, Biuromax and Embatex the co-sponsors, and Armor the junior sponsor.
You can access our online registration for Focus on Europe 2016 here, and also view our recently-launched events website, which features a call for papers, registration information and sponsorship details for the event. Our events website – live.therecycler.com – includes all the relevant information you need to know, including details about sponsoring the event and the call for papers, and will be updated as speakers are confirmed.
The conference is dedicated to the European remanufacturing industry, with companies and experts from across the continent attending to network, discuss industry trends and talk about the major issues facing remanufacturers in Europe at this time. The event is set to follow the same structure as previous conferences, with an afternoon’s worth of talks and a cocktail evening and dinner on the Thursday, and a half day of seminars on the Friday.