Webinar Date/Time: Tue, Mar 14, 2023 11:00 AM EDT
From waste to value, modern analytical technologies for precise characterization of waste create value from recycling and protect the environment when disposing of waste.
Due to the steady rise in global population, the amount of waste produced worldwide is also increasing. In 2016, more than 2 billion tons of waste were produced worldwide. The forecast expects around 2.5 billion tons of waste to be produced in 2030. In addition to waste prevention, the topics of waste recycling and disposal are currently of high relevance. In order to recycle or properly dispose of it, analyzing waste is crucial. The analysis of these samples naturally presents numerous challenges; a variety of techniques can be used to measure trace and minor elements in waste. Depending on the number of elements that need to be determined, the required detection limits, and the number of samples that need to be run, the most suitable business requirement technique can be chosen. In this webinar, analytical techniques and their performance will be discussed using practical examples from various types of waste.
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Director, Product Management and
Mr. Buettel started his career with Analytik Jena in 2006 as an application specialist for atomic spectroscopy at its headquarters in Jena, Germany. Since then, he has taken various roles in the spectroscopy department and in product management. In 2017, he moved to the United States to support the growth of the North American organization with his expertise. As the product manager in North America, he also manages the Analytik Jena U.S. Application Lab in Houston, Texas.