The first step towards a working circular economy is taken in the product design phase
Which applications exist, where are the barriers for an increased demand?
Trends and innovations to boost circularity of Ag-plastics
In order to produce quality regranulates high tech is key
Back to the roots, chemical recycling as an future option
International examples and best practice
The 3rd International Recycling Forum in Wiesbaden is already history. The impressions remain and enrich the participants for a while! Around 150 participants from 22 countries accepted the invitation to Wiesbaden and experienced two informative days on an international level. The industry representatives present exchanged experiences on the development of plastics recycling and cultivated their network.
"At this event one could experience optimistic and innovative thinking. This is exactly what we need to implement a closed raw material cycle. This applies to Europe as well as worldwide, where Canada, New Zealand and South Africa are already part of our network and use best practices. Protecting the environment is both a global and a local task," said Peter Sundt, Secretary General of EPRO, the European association of plastics take-back and recycling operators.
RIGK and EPRO say "See you soon".
A new date for the 4th International Recycling Forum will be announced shortly.
All presentations in English!