CDE back next month with seminar on wet processing sector

Publish April 19, 2021
real estate

CDE, the industry-leading manufacturer of wet processing equipment, has announced that it will be back next month with its global virtual conference, bringing together industry leaders who will share their experiences and expertise on a range of materials processing topics.

A leading player in the quarries, mines and recycling operations sector on the global market, the CDE works across five sectors and eight regions globally. It has been co-creating with customers for over 25 years to deliver collaborative, imaginative and unique processing systems.

According to CDE, the 2021 conference is being hosted following the successful virtual event last October, which featured 100+ industry professionals speaking at 90 sessions over two days.

This year's symposium will extend to over three days, running from May 18 to 20, said the Northern

Ireland-headquartered company in a statement.

The virtual event will focus on examining the challenges most operators face on a day-to-day basis, on transforming materials and processes, on unlocking hidden value, commercial opportunities and diversification, optimising efficiencies and maximising returns, it stated.

CDE experts, together with a host of guests and industry figures, will facilitate thought-provoking virtual seminars across the 3 days, sharing expert insights for various markets, educational and dynamic live presentations and panel discussions, as well as a series of informative project case studies.

Hosted live, the discussions will once again be facilitated across multiple different virtual seminar rooms, each aligned to international time zones and with a number of dedicated language seminars to enhance accessibility.

The Australasia market will be covered on May 18, followed by the Middle East and Africa market and the wider European market on May 19, and the Americas market the following day.

During breaks between each session, networking chat rooms will provide attendees with ample opportunities to discuss the learnings and insights, as well as create connections with industry-leading experts.

According to CDE, exploring sustainability and the circular economy, a panel discussion will address opportunities for unlocking value in C&D waste in Middle East and Africa.

Typical contamination levels in the region and appropriate processing technologies will be examined, and CDE’s global project portfolio including those with national and international product certifications for re-use in premium construction applications will be reviewed, it stated.

On the upcoming programme, CDE said it will host two sessions focusing on the natural processing sector. The silica sand market outlook will be deliberated, including factors to consider when determining project feasibility.

In this session, the panel will discuss methods for maximising silica sand market potential and the specialist processes required to meet specification.

The second will examine how quarry owners can maximise value from every ounce of material as the panel explores the transformation of unused waste streams into valuable sand and aggregates.

The panel will explain the material analysis process and how to determine the volume of commercially viable material from your waste, it added.

CEO Marc Jennings said: 'As we at CDE adapt and change to life in this new world, we will continue to share our expertise and learn from leading industry professionals, to create our best world a ton at a time. We are excited to announce our hugely successful virtual symposium will return this year as a way to learn together, wherever in the world we are.'

'Extending to three days, our virtual conference will host live seminars in multiple languages, carefully curated to facilitate different time zones so we can engage in real-time with customers, peers and industry leaders to address issues of the day, innovative technological advances and of course opportunities as we emerge from the current global crisis,' he added.


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