INGEDE Symposium

INGEDE Symposium

All Day
March 8, 2023

What will we make paper from in the future? Paper for recycling is in short supply. More and more people read less and less newspapers, many believe that information from the internet is sustainable – despite the massive consumption of electricity, which is harmful to the climate. Paper is sustainable, paper protects the climate, and yet it is scarce. Who can still insist on quality? At the INGEDE Symposium on 8 March 2023, everything will be about fibre supply of the future: Are there suitable alternative fibre materials? How do we deal with new fibre-based packaging? Which barriers are recycling-friendly? How is the recovered paper market developing regionally and globally?

These topics are also the focus of the presentation by Arne Kant, Senior Principal at AFRY Management Consulting GmbH in Munich. The changing conditions in fibre supply directly influence operations in the paper mill – this is where the digitalisation will possibly help in stock preparation, which will be the subject of one block of topics at the symposium.

The world of paper recycling usually meets in Munich every year: The INGEDE Symposium is the only event worldwide that covers all aspects of paper recycling, from recyclability to the collection of recovered paper and the deinking process. With increasing volumes of white packaging, the question for deinkers – not only at the symposium – continues to be: how can the paper industry benefit from the new packaging legislation?

The INGEDE Symposium is planned as a hybrid event, where participation in Munich will again be possible on site, but at the same time also online.

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