2024 REMADE Tech Summit: Advancing Circular Economy in Manufacturing

Register today for the 2024 REMADE Circular Economy Tech Summit & Conference, April 10-11, 2024, in Washington, D.C.
  • The REMADE Institute announces the 2024 Circular Economy Tech Summit & Conference in Washington, D.C., on April 10-11, focusing on sustainable manufacturing.
  • The conference will feature interdisciplinary discussions and technologies that promote the circular economy, targeting energy efficiency, decarbonization, and material reuse.
  • Open to industry professionals, academics, and students, the event encourages collaboration towards the United States’ decarbonization and circular economy goals.

The REMADE Institute, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, is hosting the 2024 REMADE Circular Economy Tech Summit & Conference. Scheduled for April 10-11 in Washington, D.C., this event aims to unite professionals across sectors to advance the United States’ transition towards a circular economy, emphasizing the significant role of sustainable manufacturing.

This year’s summit will focus on actionable and interdisciplinary strategies to enhance manufacturing practices, spotlighting innovations that reduce waste and promote the reuse, remanufacturing, and recycling of materials. Early bird registration is now open, offering an invaluable opportunity for stakeholders from industry, academia, and public sectors to contribute to and learn from the latest advancements in circular economy technologies.

The conference underscores the urgency of adopting a circular approach to address environmental, economic, and social challenges, reinforcing the importance of collaboration among diverse participants. With presentations on REMADE-funded projects and other global initiatives, attendees will explore cutting-edge solutions in materials optimization, industrial ecology, and systems analysis to foster a more sustainable manufacturing landscape.

“REMADE and our partners are very excited to convene, once again, an in-depth, multidisciplinary, action-based scientific conference and international thought-leadership event addressing all aspects of the circular economy. We strongly encourage industry innovators, academic and national laboratory researchers, business leaders, public sector representatives and others — from university students just starting out, to international experts renowned in their fields — to attend this critically important event.”

Nabil Nasr, CEO, REMADE

The event will also present the findings and insights from the inaugural 2024 conference, encapsulated in a newly published book, “Technology Innovation for the Circular Economy.” This compilation provides a comprehensive overview of the discussions and studies presented, serving as a critical resource for anyone committed to the principles of a circular economy.

Furthermore, the summit aligns with broader goals of energy reduction, emissions mitigation, and industrial decarbonization. It is designed not just as a platform for presenting research but as a catalyst for actionable change, encouraging participants to adopt and implement circular economy principles within their operations and strategies.

Registration is available to REMADE members, non-members, and university students globally, reflecting the inclusive and interdisciplinary nature of the circular economy movement. Media representatives are also encouraged to attend, highlighting the event’s significance and the widespread interest in sustainable manufacturing solutions.

In conclusion, the 2024 REMADE Circular Economy Tech Summit & Conference represents a critical juncture for manufacturing professionals dedicated to sustainability. By fostering an environment of collaboration and innovation, the event aims to propel the industry towards a more sustainable, efficient, and circular future.

For more details and to register for the event, visit the official website. This conference is not just an opportunity to learn but a call to action for all stakeholders to drive meaningful and lasting change in the manufacturing sector.

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