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Utilising enablers and breaking barriers to achieve plastic circularity

6th Business Summit
GO CIRCULAR
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Go Circular is a business-orientated conference, where participants have the opportunity to discuss the main challenges associated with plastic circularity. It is the perfect place to start building collaboration in plastic recycling.

It covers the entire circular value chain of plastic, from petrochemical companies to brand owners.

With recent news on the development of a legally binding treaty by world leaders, environment ministers and other representatives from 173 countries, the plastic circular economy is becoming increasingly important.

With this entire circular plastic value chain platform, we are helping the plastic value chain to accelerate towards a low carbon circular economy.

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UNLEASHING THE POTENTIAL: THE IMPORTANCE OF CATALYSTS IN WASTE PLASTICS RECYCLING
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KEY TOPICS 2024

How different policies shape the future of the plastic circular economy.

Different policies have a significant impact on the future of the plastic circular economy. Participants will discuss what regulation the industry needs in order to achieve scalability, as well as policies that could help speed up the investment process.

What is the market demand, and what innovative technologies are appearing to meet that demand?

Collection, sorting and both chemical and mechanical recycling have become increasingly important. The demand for innovative technologies has grown rapidly. Throughout the conference, numerous solutions will be presented that can meet this demand, ranging from advanced sorting systems to cutting-edge chemical recycling processes.

How to unlock the power of the plastic value chain with partnerships

Collaboration is key in achieving the transition to a plastic circular economy. The conference agenda will feature various case studies that highlight the lessons learned.

Unlock the potential of recycling design

Recycling design has the potential to significantly reduce waste and promote sustainability. Participants will look into innovations and opportunities in relation to flexible plastic packaging and the circular economy of textiles.

How can we bridge the gap between plastic recycling and reuse in a circular economy

Participants will focus on discussing innovative design and efficient collection and sorting systems. They will also explore the creation of products using easily recyclable materials, the improvement of infrastructure for recycling, and the processing of these materials. Additionally, the agenda includes educating consumers on the importance of recycling and promoting the use of recycled materials.

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SPEAKERS 2024

Geert Van Ballaer

Strategic Platform Lead Circular Economy Solutions

Borealis

Carlos Monreal

Founder and Chairman

Plastic Energy

Leon De Bruyn

President & CEO

Lummus Technology

Bahar Koyuncu

Senior Policy Officer

Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Vibeke Krohn

SVP, Head of TOMRA Textiles

TOMRA

Paula Sanabria Luque

Senior Director, EMEAI Marketing & Commercial Development

LyondellBasell

Goetz Erhardt

Senior Managing Director

Accenture

FOLLOW LATEST INDUSTRY NEWS

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US brands and retailers postpone key plastic packaging targets by five years
US Plastics Pact, has delayed key sustainability targets from 2025 to 2030.
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Sainsbury's replaces plastic with fiber in fish and chicken packaging
Sainsbury's new packaging lines are expected to save 300 metric tonnes of plastic per year.
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New non-profit recommends polyamide for recyclable flexible packaging
BASF, UBE, Envalior, DOMO Chemicals,  have formed the non-profit Advanced Packaging Association.
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Borealis to produce recycled-content polyolefins in Belgium
Borealis will set up a demonstration recycled-content polyolefins compounding line in Belgium.
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Danish plastic waste facility opens, aiming for 160,000 tons yearly
Quantafuel and Eurazeo launched ReSource Denmark, a large-scale plastic sorting facility in Esbjerg. With advanced equipment from Eggersmann, the eco-friendly facility aims for DGNB Gold certification, supporting Denmark's recycling goals and decreasing plastic incineration.
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BEWI Boosts EPS Recycling with New Swedish Facility
BEWI, a leading provider of sustainable packaging and insulation, has significantly enhanced its recycling capacity with the inauguration of a new circular hub in Norrköping, Sweden.

Partners 2024

Gold Partner

Sustainability Partner

Mechanical Recycling Partner

Traceability Partner

Engineering Partner

Silver Partner

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Water Partner

Exhibitor

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EVNIKA POLOVINKINA
Managing Director

MEDIA PARTNERS

Meaningful media partnership

ELMIRA GABIDULLINA
Marketing Director

WHY CIRCULARITY PROFESSIONALS ATTEND THE EVENT

CONTENT HUB

PLASCTICS CIRCULARITY PROJECTS 2023

In this presentation, the project team looks closely at some of the plastic circularity projects that were announced and updated in 2023.

 

10 PLASTIC SORTING & RECYCLING PROJECTS 2022

In this presentation, we give an overview of a list of value chain collaboration projects focusing on sorting & chemical and mechanical recycling of plastic announced in 2022.

CHEMICAL RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES 2021

In this presentation, we give an overview of different plastic chemical recycling technologies, and include some company examples with information about feedstock and outcome products.