With an increasing demand and volume of metals, we need to be aware of the repercussions
Metals are used in almost every aspect of modern society including transport, energy, housing, healthcare, food and technology. Innovation continues to develop more useful metal-containing materials for wider and more specialised applications (for example, new energy technologies including solar cells, batteries and wind generation) and to produce complex electronic devices and networks.
However, with the increasing amounts of metals in circulation, it's essential that we're aware of and able to manage potentially hazardous properties, and that they're evaluated appropriately in order to protect people and the environment.
Topics we will explore in the one-hour webinar include:
- increasing demand;
- importance of metals science; and,
- potential hazardous properties.
- Violaine Verougstraete, Chemicals Management Director, Eurometaux
- Erik Smolders, Professor, KU Leuven
If you'd like to learn more about this subject and how metals interact within toxicology and ecotoxicology, we have a new eLearning course, co-developed with Eurometaux, ICMM and ARCHE Consulting - Metals and Inorganic Metal Compounds in Toxicology and Ecotoxicology. To learn more about this course, click here.
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