International Conference & Exhibition on Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
Congress Center Basel, 19 –21 November 2013
The business case for sustainability continues to grow – the Green Chemistry market is expected to increase by nearly $100 billion between 2011 and 2020.
Leaders from the world’s elite brands and chemical companies including Dow, BASF, Clariant, Evonik, DuPont, INEOS, Nestle, Nike, Volkswagen, P&G, Coca-Cola, Novartis and L’Oreal as well as heads of government, academics, financiers, scientists, innovators and young future leaders are meeting in Basel on 19-21 November at Europe’s first Exhibition and Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering. The meeting has the aim to accelerate innovation, research, commercialisation and market uptake in the design, production and use of efficient, effective, safe and more environmentally benign chemical products and processes.
Ecochem includes 3 days of 8 streams, 200+speakers, over 50 exhibitors and 1200 delegates. The focus will be on collaborative approaches and new solutions designed to inspire and equip the leaders of tomorrow with the critical strategic and technical knowledge, contacts and skills needed to reinvent businesses and economies.
Ecochem will host talks from world-renowned chemists as well as industry leaders from across the value chain, including:
- Dr. John C. Warner President & Chief Technology Officer, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC
- Dr. Hubert Mandery Director General, Cefic European Chemical Industry Council
- Prof. Dr. Andreas Kuenkel Head of Research, BioPolymers, BASF
- Dr. Anne Wallin Director EHS & Sustainability EMEA, The DOW Chemical Company
- John Frazier Senior Director of Chemical Innovation, Nike
- Dr. Klaus P. Stadler Director Environment & Water Resources Europe, The Coca-Cola Company
Ecochem is delighted to be hosting the launch of SusChem Switzerland National Technology Platform on 19 November. SusChem addresses challenges specific to the European chemical and industrial biotechnology industry for the benefit of society as a whole. The introduction of the SusChem Switzerland National Platform will include a full day session from SusChem at Ecochem.
Ecochem is supported by The European Chemical Industry Council, European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry, Swiss Biotech, scienceindustries Switzerland, CLIB2021, Cleantech-Alps, Cleantech Switzerland, Swiss Chemical Society and Your Formula (network for young chemists).
For your FREE registration to the Ecochem Exhibition, Technical Conference and Innovation Seminars, One-to-one Partnering and Networking Events please visit www.ecochemex.com and complete your free registration. Please download our event brochure atwww.ecochemex.com/download-event-brochure and discover who will be attending Ecochem.
David Spichiger, SCS