Issue: Jan 2011


Swiss Cowbell Award 2011



Invitation to assist the Cow Bell Award 2011on Wednesday, January 19, 12.45h in the Congress Center, Salzburg, Austria

by Jon Knox

Swiss congress organiser ICM AG will stage its 10th International Electronics Recycling Congress (IERC 2011) from January 19 – 21, 2011 in the Salzburg Congress Center in Austria. Over 400 delegates from industry, authorities, academia and NGOs will be present to discuss the latest information and challenges relating to the electronics scrap recycling business.

This year the Steering Committee of the IERC 2011 nominates the Cow Bell Award to:

Manfred Beck
Recycling International Magazine, Netherlands

“He will receive the award in recognition of his lifetime work and editorial skills in promoting sustainability, inspiring entrepreneurs to invest in environmental technologies and businesses, in order to drive industry and society towards a better and cleaner world.”

International Steering Committee IERC
Salzburg, January 2011

Over the last years the cow bell has been awarded to:

Swiss Cow Bell Award 2010:
Karl-Heinz Florenz
the ‘Father of the European WEEE Directive’
“He received the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment, leadership and fight for a sustainable world, which has resulted in the creation of the most important regulation regarding electronics waste recycling on the European continent.”

Swiss Cow Bell Award 2009:
Dr. Marco Buletti
Swiss Environment Protection Agency, Switzerland
“He received the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment and leadership which has resulted in the founding of the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative (MPPI).”

Swiss Cow Bell Award 2008:
Prof. Dr. Ir. Ab Stevels
University of Delft, Netherlands
“He received the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to preserve our environment by developing and promoting efficient recycling technologies.”

Swiss Cow Bell Award 2007:
Prof. Theo Lehner
New Boliden AB, Sweden
“He received the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to preserve our environment by developing and promoting efficient recycling technologies.”

For more information please contact:
ICM AG, International Congress & Marketing
Jeanette Duttlinger
Schwaderhof 7, 5708 Birrwil, Switzerland
Phone: +41 62 785 10 00
Fax: +41 62 785 10 05
info@icm.ch
www.icm.ch

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