The origin of metals in consumer products is playing an increasing role for both consumers and producers. That is why Svemin has taken the initiative for the completely new traceability system TraceMet. The pilot study is now complete.
The purpose of TraceMet is to develop a simplified, but fully functional, IT system to trace certified metals from mining to end use. The project uses the criteria carbon footprint, and amount recycled material. Now we will tell you how it works. Welcome!
Moderator: Emma Härdmark, Director Communications, Svemin
Grete Solvang Stoltz, Senior Vice President Human Resources and Sustainability, LKAB
Erik Lindblom, Project Manager TraceMet, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
Mattias Wohlén, Business Development, Digital Platforms, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
Sara Olsson, Sustainability & ESG Advisor, Boliden
Roine Oberer, R&D Project Manager, ABB
Alice Lim, Associate CEO Office, sustainability and corporate strategy, London Metal Exchange
Amanda Palmstierna, Member of Parliament (Green party), Environmental Coordinator
Lars Hjälmered, Member of Parliament (Moderate party), Chair, Committee on Industry and Trade
Anna Lidbom, Head of Sustainability, LKAB
Sven Hjelmstedt, Director Sales, Boliden
Lars-Åke Lindahl, Director Environment, Svemin
Maria Sunér, CEO Svemin
When: March 18
Fee: Free of charge
> Learn more about TraceMet here.
TraceMet is run by Svemin and IVL in collaboration with Boliden and LKAB. Behind the project are Vinnova, the Swedish Energy Agency and Formas via the strategic innovation program Swedish Mining Innovation – a joint initiative to strengthen the Swedish mining and metal mining industry.