Integrating ESG Strategy for Circular Economy through Waste Management, Sustainable Living, and Mobility

Day 1 : 16:00 – 17:15

This workshop will explore the transition to green packaging through a sustainability lens, focusing on the principles and practices that guide companies towards eco-friendly alternatives. We will highlight the benchmarks for success and the strategic shifts necessary for reducing carbon footprints in packaging, emphasizing the role these practices play in meeting ESG objectives and driving forward a circular economy. In addition, the workshop will delve into the future of mobility, showcasing cutting-edge solutions and innovative services revolutionizing the industry. Attendees will discover how the latest technological advancements are being leveraged to create sustainable transportation systems for the future, setting new benchmarks for efficiency and environmental responsibility.


  • How to transform to green packaging and minimize waste generation
  • How the latest technology applied in the mobility industry will achieve sustainable transportation for the future


Chris Ho

TUV Rheinland Hong Kong Ltd

General Manager, Rail

A safety and reliability consultant, technical and management process assessor, and Chartered engineer with over 20-year experience in a number of complex rail and non-rail projects.
Provides railway consultancy services in Systems Assurance (SA), fire engineering, Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) modelling and performance assessment, risk management, safety engineering, Independent Safety Assessment (ISA), human factors, cybersecurity, asset management and systems engineering and integration.

Ike Xu

TUV Rheinland Hong Kong Ltd

Technical Manager

Mr. Ike Xu is the technical manager of TÜV Rheinland with over 12 years’ professional experiences in environmental consulting and audit industry, focusing on recycled materials verification, waste management, water governance, EHS audits, carbon audits, corporate carbon strategies development, and supply chain environmental management. Before entering TÜV Rheinland, he spent five years working in world’s leading third-party company as environmental product line manager, mainly serving for fortune 500 companies and MNCs. Mr. Xu holds a master degree in environmental management of Illinois Institute of Technology and a bachelor degree in ecology of Sun Yat-sen University.

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