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E.N.G.’s 6th Senior Executive Summit Global ElEctronics rEcyclinG 2009 17 & 18 November 2009 | Hesperia Hotel | Madrid Cradle to cradle approaches for enhanced legal compliance, eco-friendly design and cost effective collection strategies bridging the gap between regulation and business The electronics industry is at a decisive point in its development in terms of growth and This event creates a platform to discuss proactive strategies, technologies and best challenges. As the production and use of electronics products continues to increase practices for global and local collection operations, regulatory compliance and eco dramatically the challenges of disposal and recovery of materials are on the rise. An design. effective strategy to develop and manage your environmental programmes can be a key Join your industry peers in Madrid at this event that brings together senior executives to future success. It is crucial that companies have a clear process for evaluating and in Environmental Affairs, European Union Affairs, compliance, sustainable development, continually improving their compliance, recycling and ecological programmes. product stewardship and quality. High-level presentations and interactive panels promise to make this a valuable and practical event for the electronics industry. international executive summit with leading speakers including Klaus Hieronymi Surrie Everett-Pascoe Danny van Roijen Hans Korfmacher Chairman of the Environmental Board, Hewlett- European Director CSR, Environment & Product Environment & Product Compliance Officer Director Environmental External Relations Packard Europe, Middle East and Africa Safety Laura Alonso Pascal Leroy Johann Zauner Tarik Kapu Head of Environment & Compliance Corporate Head of Governmental Affairs Environmental Affairs Secretary General Division Maarten ten Houten David Scuderi Helena Castrén Jan-Willem Scheijgrond Sustainability Director European Recycling Manager Senior Environment Manager Senior Director Environment, Health & Safety, Philips Corporate Sustainability Office Heiko Römhild Jenny van Houten Jochen Widmer Solution Principal Programme Manager International Enforcement Quality Systems Manager Cooperation registration Fax +34 91 535 9804 | Online www.engspain.com | Phone +34 91 535 7087 | Email email@example.com An E.N.G. summit Sponsored by Electronics Recycling, Day One: Tuesday 17 November 2009 08:00 Registration and welcome coffee 14:30 Presentation Fighting illegal waste shipments 08:45 Opening remarks from E.N.G. and the chair Jenny van Houten Programme Manager International Enforcement 09:00 Presentation Cooperation WEEE: New regulation, greener results VROM This informative presentation will demonstrate the key points on why the new directive is beneficial for all parties. Key items 14:45 Expert Panel addressed will be: Cross Border Transportation of Waste: Moving 3 Discussing producer responsibility and how this has shaped EU from a dumping ground mentality to a balanced regulation and workable solution 3 Limiting the environmental impact of waste equipment by WEEE and RoHS directives have been heavily criticised by inspecting and monitoring producers, retailers and recyclers environmental groups and NGO’s for failing to recycle the 3 Substance bans in EEE and the future of the process equipment and allowing a great scale of waste to be shipped EUROPEAN COMMISSION/EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT illegally to treatment facilities in underdeveloped countries. Listen to the expert panel’s discussion on how we can efficiently work 09:45 Case study together and create an improved situation for all parties. Transparent financing mechanisms for WEEE 3 Providing data on the amount of WEEE – working towards a 3 Predicting collection & recycling costs in the future: from MP3 common goal to make improvements player to MRI scanner 3 The importance of the sources and developing measures on 3 Accounting implication of current market share and return share international and national level systems 3 Developing efficient decisions on political level – determining the 3 Transparent financing mechanisms that encourage design for roles of the producers recycling, stimulate innovation in collection & recycling, and 3 Minimising material loss and creating an improved situation in create a level playing field underdeveloped countries Jan-Willem Scheijgrond Facilitator: Klaus Hieronymi, Chairman of the Environmental Senior Director Environment, Health & Safety, Philips Board, Hewlett-Packard Europe, Middle East and Africa Corporate Sustainability Office HEWLETT - PACKARD PHILIPS Panelists: Jenny van Houten, Programme Manager International Enforcement Cooperation 10:30 Case study VROM RoHS in correlation with REACH: Experiences in the Electronic Industry from different 15:45 Presentation projects Facts and figures underpinning the WEEE 3 Understanding and managing global RoHS directives: finding Forum’s vision on WEEE management and parallels between Asia, US and Europe policy principles 3 Complying with multiple substance regulations on the product 3 How do producer responsibility organisations perform in terms of or component levels collection of WEEE? 3 Providing customers with a compliance status 3 Why are the collection targets as proposed by the European 3 Designing an efficient process of collecting and preparing data Commission unrealistic? from customers and their suppliers 3 Why would a requirement upon producers and their WEEE Heiko Römhild recovery schemes to finance household collection unlevel the Solution Principal playing field? TECHNIDATA 3 What is required instead to level the playing field and to produce an equitable solution? 11:15 Networking coffee break Pascal Leroy Secretary General 11:45 Case study WEEE FORUM Overcoming the challenges with substance restrictions - efficiently managing REACH in 16:30 Networking coffee break Europe and Japan 3 Demonstrating the current landscape of REACH 17:00 Case study 3 Incorporating a chemical compliance register – identifying Demonstrating the reality of WEEE and how to substances in your products with BOM and BOS overcome the financial barriers of compliance: 3 Introducing efficient IT tools for REACH Compliance: Europe the P&G approach and Japan (JAMP) This case study will discuss Procter & Gamble’s perspective 3 Global outlook regarding the WEEE directive and the current landscape. Their Johann Zauner approach focus on collection targets, producer responsibility and Head of Environment & Compliance Corporate Division eco-design. Get an insight into P&G’s views and strategies on FUJIFILM how to cope in this massive rise in the costs of recycling. Hans Korfmacher 12:30 Case study Director Environmental External Relations WEEE 2020 - an outlook into the next PROCTER & GAMBLE decade 3 Discussing the paradigm shift and the consequences of trends 17:45 Case study to society, economics and manufacturers Maintaining an ecological and innovative 3 Preparing for the future waste legislation and translating the approach to products within the legal focus requirements into your product design today 3 Discussing environmental aspects during product life cycle 3 Demonstrating the next generation waste industry: the 3 Creating correlation between environmental aspects and importance of moving from “waste treatment” to “raw materials business processes provider” mentality 3 Implications on innovation processes and internal standards Klaus Hieronymi, Chairman of the Environmental Board, 3 Design for Environment with the aid of proven quality techniques: Hewlett-Packard Europe, Middle East and Africa the key to benefiting from compliance HEWLETT - PACKARD Jochen Widmer Quality Systems Manager 13:15 Lunch AEG Electric Tools 18:30 Closing remarks from the chair 18:45 Networking Reception To register fax registration form to +34 91 535 9804 book online at www.engspain.com contact us on +34 91 535 7087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Electronics Recycling, Day Two: Wednesday 18 November 2009 08:15 Registration and welcome coffee 13:30 Expert Panel WEEE and RoHS directives – looking at the 08:45 Opening remarks from E.N.G. and the chair long road ahead 3 Understanding the environmental benefits versus business 09:00 Case study 3 Reviewing the scope of WEEE and RoHS and finding new Demonstrating the administrative burden solutions to overcome inefficiencies, business barriers and of EU – getting beyond the environmental legal unnecessary expenses to comply with the regulation compliance barriers: The Samsung approach 3 How essential is the role of science in policy making? An analysis of the: 3 WEEE Directive This panel is gathering an international group of 3 Battery Directive environmental experts including policy makers and 3 Packaging Directive OEMs to debate on the present and the future of WEEE David Scuderi and ROHS European Recycling Manager SAMSUNG 14:30 Case study More value - less risk by efficiently 09:45 Case study controlling your supply chain Re-manufacturing – overcoming challenges 3 Coping with the unprecedented market expansion challenges to provide the business and environmental by identifying and filling important gaps benefits 3 Defining and developing effective contracts with your third 3 Demonstrating the key drivers for change and getting beyond parties the challenges 3 Setting up frequent audits and supporting schemes in order to 3 Solutions and Benefits: Best practices in reducing costs and maintain a safe and green production increasing recovery value of the returns 3 Demonstrating the benefits of efficient information sharing and 3 Future opportunities of cradle to cradle approach how to minimise costs Surrie Everett-Pascoe Helena Castrén European Director CSR, Environment & Product Safety Senior Environment Manager CANON NOKIA 10:30 Networking coffee break 15:15 Networking coffee break 11:00 Case study 15:45 Case study Designing for the future – adopting Meeting targets through an advanced and EcoDesign strategies and a total life cycle cost-effective collection strategy approach to electronics 3 Discussing the requirements and meeting the challenges 3 Best practices in green design solutions to gain cost savings 3 Defining and incorporating efficient performance indicators and selling benefits 3 Effective recommendations to enhance collection operations, 3 Reducing the environmental impact of products across the infrastructures and results life-cycle with a particular focus on energy 3 Benefiting from an empowered system and meeting the targets 3 Reality versus the future: Demonstrating the key drivers in required and beyond EcoDesign today and in the future Laura Alonso 3 Constantly evaluating your strategies to design for the next Environmental Affairs generation and benefiting from high quality products DELL Danny van Roijen Environment & Product Compliance Officer 16:30 Case study PIONEER Session outline to be confirmed 11:45 Case study Incorporating a flexible WEEE strategy: Maarten ten Houten Business sustainability, WEEE and other EU Sustainability Director environmental legislation effect in Non-EU PHILIPS countries 3 Understanding the balance between environmental protection 17:15 Closing remarks from the chair and E.N.G. and business sustainability 3 Streamlining your business processes to maintain compliance Close of the conference and stay competitive in this changing climate 3 Recognising and benefiting from regulation compliance by turning regulation into opportunities to innovate 3 Turkish case: A country with 75 millions population and a very emerging market of electronics is also preparing its own WEEE Tarik Kapu Head of Governmental Affairs ARÇELIK 12:30 Lunch Thank you E.N.G. would like to thank all who have assisted with the research and preparation of this event. In particular the speakers, sponsors and media partners who have supported the event through direct contribution. For further information, please refer to our website www.engspain.com To register fax registration form to +34 91 535 9804 book online at www.engspain.com contact us on +34 91 535 7087 or email email@example.com Global Electronics Recycling, 17 & 18 November 2009 Attendees at our previous electronics recycling summits include Leader Product WEEE Operations Program Product Environmental Director, Sustainable Director, Environmental, Responsibility Electrical and Manager Manager Development and Health & Safety Electronic Markets CISCO LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES Integration RAYOVAC CORPORATION 3M EUROPEAN COMMISSION Quality Director Environmental Consultant General Manager Head - Corporate FUJITSU SIEMENS DANFOSS Manager Environmental RECHARGE Ecodesign COMPUTERS Affairs AGFA-GEVAERT Senior EMEA Take-Back & MERCK Head of European Global EHS Leader Recycling Manager Environmental Affairs Product Environmental GE HEALTHCARE DELL Environmental Compliance SAMSUNG Compliance Manager AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES Senior Vice President and Environmental Health & MICROSOFT Vice President Standards & Chief Technology Officer Safety Manager Environment GERBER SCIENTIFIC DELPHI LOCKHEED European Legal Adviser SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Manager Environmental AUTOMOTIVE NINTENDO OF EUROPE Affairs - Europe Director, Environmental APPLE OPERATIONS Head of Environmental, EUROPE External Relations Project Manager RoHS/ Director, NET Environmental Health & Safety and Medical GILLETTE BU, PROCTER & WEEE Management Product Testing GAMBLE DELTA ENERGY SYSTEMS NOKIA SIEMENS MEDICAL Quality & Environment - SOLUTIONS ABB Motors Director Environmental ASEA BROWN BOVERI Expert Plastic End of Life Asset Recovering Business Management Recovery & Recycling Engineering Vice President Public Affairs EMEA, Global Alliances and DOW OCÉ TECHNOLOGIES THOMSON Manager Product Alignment Partnerships, Worldwide BANG & OLUFSEN Take Back Organisation Product Stewardship Team Leader Waste and Environmental Director HEWLETT-PACKARD Manager - Europe Product Policy Unit TOSHIBA OF EUROPE Privacy Director DUPONT DE NEMOURS BARCLAYS BANK ÖKOPOL INSTITUTE Technical Quality & FOR ENVIRONMENTAL Senior Engineer Safety & Environment Environment Manager Director of Health & Safety STRATEGIES WHIRPOOL IKEA OF SWEDEN EMC CORPORATION Manager Senior Director WEEE Honorary Professor for BLACK & DECKER General Manager Specialist Public Affairs OSRAM Recycling Technology KYOCERA MITA EUROPE EPSON VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF Senior Engineer Senior Sustainability TECHNOLOGY Environment & Standards Environmental Expert Director Technical Advisor BROTHER LG ELECTRONICS Regulations PHILIPS CONSUMER Head of Product Integrity ERICSSON ELECTRONICS TOMY Environmental Manager BT Testimonials An excellent conference, wide ranging and interactive Very enjoyable, informative conference. Wide range of speakers from all of the stakeholders in the WEEE arena EHS Manager EMEA Head of Corporate Environmental Affairs EMC Fujitsu Services Networking Reception Hotel Info E.N.G. would like to invite delegates, speakers and sponsors as our A luxurious experience in the heart of Madrid... guests to join us for a networking reception in a relaxed atmosphere Located in a privileged area in Madrid’s main shopping district to discuss the issues of the day, exchange ideas and make future and on the Paseo de la Castellana, the Hesperia Madrid combines contacts. exceptional services with a superb level of comfort. The facilities on offer are of the highest quality. This evening will provide you with ample opportunity to network with your peers while enjoying a good glass of wine. The reception will be The hotel has excellent connections to Madrid Barajas airport. held at the Hesperia after the closing remarks of day one. Visit the hotel’s website on www.hesperia-madrid.com Hear international environmental affairs experts discuss Overcoming the challenges with global cradle to cradle challenges and strategies substance restictions Gain best practices in enhancing collection operations, Investigating the new developments in “Design for infrastructures and results Environment” and re-manufacturing Join key debates and discussions surrounding producer responsibility Enhancing your supply chain control and eliminating product recalls, market loss and negative publicity Discover efficient solutions to overcome business barriers when Preparing for legislation and anticipating future legislation complying with regulations in process plans Network with international recyclers Profiting from efficient collection strategies and meeting and environmental affairs experts the targets required and beyond To register fax registration form to +34 91 535 9804 book online at www.engspain.com contact us on +34 91 535 7087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 17 & 18 November 2009, Hesperia Hotel, Madrid Global Electronics Recycling Summit Name 1 Position E-mail Name 2 Position Business Opportunities E-mail A limited amount of exhibition space is also available at the forum. 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