IFAT Munich cross-industry sessions bring together a wide range of industries to discuss and find solutions to the major challenges of our time, such as scaritiy of natural resources waste and environmental pollution. Thanks to its extensive network, IFAT Munich connects specialists and experts from municipal and commercial sectors.
Textile recycling cannot be managed by one company, one institution, one industry. It is a matter of systems, network and collaboration across many different actors. IFAT Munich connects experts from the recycling and sporting industry and dives into the topic of circularity and its challenges.
We are pleased to announce our third cross-industry session on November 29th, 2023 at ISPO Munich.
The first IFAT Munich Cross-industry session entitled "Recycling strategies in the sporting goods industry - what's up? Status quo, opinions and solutions" took place at OutDoor by ISPO 2023 on June 4.
The two experts Dr.-Ing. Julia Hobohm, Managing Director of Gemeinsame Rücknahmesystem Servicegesellschaft mbH and Kim Scholze, Sales Officer of Sympatex discussed the development of a textile recycling infrastructure beyond the outdoor borders, as only the entire textile industry can provide the necessary quantities (tons) for recycling facilities.
Missed the presentation? No problem, because we recorded it as a video podcast.
Not only in the sporting goods industry, but also in the construction industry there is great potential for optimization in terms of sustainable production processes, recycling strategies and circular economy.
Buildings and infrastructure are an important, man-made store of raw materials. In terms of climate and resource protection, this treasure must be harnessed and put to good use. The environmental technologies presented at IFAT Munich every two years can be used for precisely this purpose.
That's why our second cross-industry session took place at digitalBAU conference & networking. The topic was: "Circular economy in construction: the contribution of digital technologies."
You missed the presentation? No problem, because we recorded it as a video podcast.