Philip Bruce is the Secretary General of FEICA (the Association of the European adhesive and sealant industry) and Director of PJB Chemical Consulting Ltd. Philip joined FEICA in January 2016 following a very successful career in the chemical industry.
After graduating in chemistry from Aberdeen University, Philip worked for 23 years with ICI in the polyester, olefins and polymers businesses. Philip then joined Rugby Cement, where he was the UK Chief Executive for two years before moving to Accenture as an Associate Partner in the supply chain practice. He became Managing Director of Scott Bader in the United Kingdom in 2005, where he led the company in global speciality chemical and adhesive sales. Passionate about business transformation and people, Philip retired from the responsibility of leading Scott Bader leaving the company in great shape for the future.
At FEICA, Philip’s ambition is to ensure that the association delivers the highest possible value for its members and the industry as a whole.
The circular economy; the new reality (FEICA Seminar)
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Wednesday, 12 September 2018, 15:45 - 16:25
The circular economy; the new reality (Breakout IV)
This presentation will provide background to the European Commission’s Roadmap for establishing a circular economy in Europe. It will set out FEICA’s views on the circular economy and discuss how this integrates with our Sustainable Development Agenda.
Working with its members, FEICA has prepared a position paper for the adhesive and sealant sector demonstrating how our materials contribute to the circular economy by eliminating waste, facilitating repair, reducing weight and saving energy. The position paper will also explain how we must work on ecodesign principles and at the same time innovate to support an increase in recycle for some sectors.
A new FEICA video will be shown that highlights the importance of adhesives and sealants to our 21st century world.
Thursday, 13 September 2018, 16:00 - 16:30
Thursday, 13 September 2018, 08:30 - 12:30