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GO CIRCULAR 2024
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5th Edition
267 Attendees
45+ Speakers
28 Partners
1 Start-up
competition
1 Site visit
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The 5th edition of Go Circular was held in Cologne, in partnership with Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Europe's first circular hub.

Among 2024 partners: Schneider Electric, Lummus Technology, Tomra, Circularise, ILF Consulting Engineers, ExxonMobil, Interzero, Fluor, Port of Rotterdam, Axens, Ketjen, Cargil, Gneuss, Plastic Back, Impact Hub Berlin, Circle Economy, CEFIC, HolyGrail 2.0, Fecc, Lux Research, Frost & Sullivan, Global Recycling, EXPRA and Europen.

AUDIENCE PROFILE

15% (Petro)chemical Producers
13% Recycling Technologies
12% Brand owners / Retailers
11% Digital Services
9% Plastic Converters / Packaging
8% Waste Management
6% Consulting
6% Policymakers
5% Equipment
5% Banks
3% Biopolymers
7% Other
31% C-Level
23% Director / VP / Partner
21% Head / Senior / Project Manager
15% Sustainability / Circularity
7% Expert / Researcher
3% Other

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INTERVIEWS

GO CIRCULAR
Linear to circular - lessons from Lummus Technology
The Go Circular team had a chance to ask Leon De Bruyn, President & CEO, of Lummus Technology about his opinion on the prospects of transitioning existing linear assets to circular feedstocks after his speech at the Go Circular in Cologne (April 2024).
GO CIRCULAR
How does Schneider Electric boost PET recycling?
Delphine Largeteau, Schneider Electric's Sustainability Consulting Director, answered the Go Circular team's questions about the Microwave-Assisted Depolymerisation of Polyester (MADE) technology. She provided a detailed explanation of this technology at the Go Circular 2024 event in Cologne on April 16, 2024.

Perspectives from the 2024 participants