Leather and the Environment conference – speaker line

04 Mar

Presentations:

Puma’s Environmental Profit Loss – Dr Reiner Hengstmann, Puma
Measuring environmental impact during the life cycle of footwear production
 
Sustainable Chemical Management – Dr Dietrich Tegtmeyer, Lanxess.

Chemicals at the heart of sustainable leather manufacturing
 
The World Footwear Market – Perspectives for Entrepreneurs – Peter Mangione, Global Footwear Partnerships
How global and local drivers impact on footwear markets
 
Reducing Leather Waste – Christopher Gaysse/Bertrand Cronert, Lectra
Reducing manufacturing costs through optimisation of cutting efficiencies and reduction of material waste
 
Sustainability – IWAY – The IKEA Way – Lin Wang/Paulo Brenna, IKEA
Discussion of the IKEA code of conduct for purchasing, including environmental requirements
 
US Product Safety Legislation – Matt Priest, Footwear Distributors Retailers of America (FDRA)
The challenges of US legislative drivers; California Proposition 65, CPSIA and State chemical compliance regulations
 
Solar Power in Leather Making – Carsten Aschoff, Aschoff Solar GmbH
Opportunity to reduce your carbon footprint with solar power
 
Biodegradability including Life Cycle – Dr Victoria Addy, BLC Leather Technology Centre Limited
Towards sustainability in the leather supply chain through an improved understanding of biodegradability
 
The event is organised by BLC Leather Technology Centre and APLF, and sponsored by Lanxess, Lectra and Leather International. The conference will take place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
To ensure your place at this event or for further information contact Chi-On Kwok at ChiOn.Kwok@ubm.com

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