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Interest for Circular Industrial Parks in Asia is rising. As we have worked in a linear way for over 150 years, there are almost no interconnected value chains in the production industries at the moment—besides sales. Today, industries are forced to look at a whole new way of value creation in the production process. In order to reach their full potential and provide circularity in the production industries, there is a need for new product concepts where materials are available for high-quality recycling across different industries. The foundation of circular industrial parks is to keep products, materials, and components at a high level of a value, and multiple life cycles.
Governments and industries from Singapore and ASEAN are invited to join at our embassy planned session on Wednesday, 11th July. The session focuses on the significant volume of waste flowing through the industrial environment. The aim is to highlight the opportunities to capture value, in the form energy, nutrients and materials embedded in these flows, through the application of circular economy principles.
You will gain insights to Dutch Circular Industrial Park best practices and learn how Dutch technologies have contributed to convert waste streams into valuable resources for downstream companies. The three main waste streams covered will be wastewater, solid waste and biomass.
Interested to join us, please reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday 11 July 2018
Time: 11.30-2.00pm (including networking lunch)
Location: Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Level 4, Room 4403&4404