Go Circular is a business case conference where you can find a good balance between topics and speakers. It covers the entire plastics circular value chain starting from petrochemicals companies to brand owners. Main idea of the event is to have discussions around not only recycling technologies but also economic feasibility.
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DEMYSTIFYING THE LANDSCAPE OF BIOPOLYMERS
Biopolymers and bioplastics can play an important role in contributing to a net-zero future and circular economy.
This online event together with Martin Clemesha, Product Management – Biopolymers Global, Circular polymers E&A at Braskem is over, but can still access on demand video.
From linear to circular - what the NextGen District has to offer
Rethinking, resetting, and redesigning of the plastics economy
The view of policy makers and NGOs. Greenwashing and hypocrisy, lack of concrete guidelines or industry bible that explains what to do. A certification scheme, is it a good idea?
Upstream circular economy: plastic waste collection, sorting, and recycling infrastructure
The major challenge in mechanical recycling is the lack of infrastructure in collection and sorting of waste. Let’s discuss it.
Design for recyclability/circularity and re-usability of packaging
Focus on extended producer responsibility for packaging and the view of brand owners, retailers and packaging companies.
Economics and commercial viability of recycling operations.
In this session we will focus on advanced recycling technologies and life cycle assessment (LCA) of chemical recycling. And close it off with a hot debate on mass balance approach with renewables and chemical recycling.
Investing in reuse models: value chain collaboration cases / projects.
Case studies, joint ventures, collaborations in the plastics circular value chain.
TerraCycle, Procter & Gamble and ZeroWaste Europe joined
Clem Schmid, Commercial Executive Vice President, Loop Global at TerraCycle and Gian De Belder, Technical Director, Packaging Sustainability at Procter & Gamble will speak at "Where circular economy starts" session. And, a representative of Zero Waste Europe will talk in the chemical recycling session.
Head of Unit, Waste Management and Secondary Materials
Gian De Belder
Technical Director, R&D Packaging Sustainability
PROCTER & GAMBLE
Commercial Executive Vice President
Loop Global TERRACYCLE
EVP, Head of Tomra Recycling/Mining & Circular Economy
Climate, Energy and Air Pollution Programme Coordinator
ZERO WASTE EUROPE
Vice President Low Carbon Solutions
Director of External Affairs
WHY CIRCULARITY PROFESSIONALS ATTEND THE EVENT
28-29 April 2022,
Transitioning the chemical industry toward a circular future.