Circular Silver Conductive Ink – A Leap Towards Sustainable Electronics · 10 July 2024 · Free for ERA members · Register now

Special Webinar with the WCPC

The Welsh Center for Printing and Coating (WCPC), located within Swansea University, is a renowned centre for research and development of printing and coating processes with expertise in rotogravure, screen flexographic, lithographic, digital, pad printing and 3D printing processes. It also specializes in the modeling of the print process, using techniques such as finite element, finite difference, and statistical and neural networks. The WCPC is one of the UK’s five centers of excellence for plastic electronics, offering unique expertise and facilities for additive processing through printing.

In this webinar we address the critical issue of electronic waste. The WCPC will explain their solution

A recyclable silver conductive ink designed for sustainability in the electronics industry

An innovative recovery method will be introduced that bypasses the need for toxic chemicals and energy-heavy processes, enabling the recycling of electronic components efficiently. Learn about our closed-loop system where recovered silver is reused in new ink production without additional processing, promoting a cost-effective and environmentally friendly approach to electronic manufacturing and recycling.

This webinar is a must-attend for those interested in sustainable practices, circular economy principles, and the future of electronic production and waste management. Join us to explore how this cutting-edge technology is paving the way for a greener future in electronics.

General Information

Duration
10 July 2024 from 13:00-14:30 (CET) on Teams

Participation fees

ERA members: free of charge
Non-members: not available for non-members

Online Registration