Webinar on 24 September hosted by ChemRecEurope and Polymer Comply Europe
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Chemical Recycling Europe (ChemRecEurope, Brussels / Belgium; and Polymer Comply Europe (PCE, Brussels; are to hold a live webinar on how depolymerisation technologies contribute to a circular economy for plastics. The webinar will take place on 24 September 2020 from 16:00-18:00 CET.

The agenda includes talks by Maurizio Crippa (Gr3n), Claudia Pudack (Sulzer Chemtech), Mattia Comotto (Aquafil) and Antonella Annunziata (Madreperla), as well as a Q&A session at the end. There will also be highlights of selected progress that has been made as well as the technical and environmental benefits of depolymerising plastics waste.

The event is geared towards representatives from across the plastics value chain, regulatory affairs managers, government regulators, consultants, trade associations, service providers, NGOs and academics.
31.07.2020 [245632-0]
Published on 31.07.2020

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