Go Circular!
Petrochemical companies


Go Circular!
Petrochemical companies

Go Circular! brings together plastics circular value chain from the petrochemical companies to the key brand owners. To help petrochemical and chemical companies promote their efforts in transitioning towards circular economy and discover the business opportunities in the sector we provide 100 free passes for professionals involved in sustainability and recycling.

Who is this package for?

Petrochemical or chemical company representatives involved in implementing plastics circular economy as their business role. Strictly limited to petro(chemicals) plants, refineries, involved in plastics circular projects, and production of plastic.

How to register for the event:

Fill in the form on the right side to register - we will get back to you with a confirmation.

What is included in the pass:

 Watch any talk live during the 2 days conference

 Visit our virtual exhibition during the breaks

 Network via chat or video conferencing

 Access to the attendee list and networking tools 3 days before the conference

Access to interactive virtual round tables and brainstorming sessions

 Watch back any talk on-demand if you miss it

Relevant news

Closed Loop Partners highlights 2020 investments in circular economy
Closed Loop Partners says it welcomed a number of new investors, including Microsoft, and received additional commitments from existing investors, such as Nestlé.
Polymateria to show first plastic material to be both recyclable and biodegradable
Polyethele film containing Polymateria’s Biotransfromation masterbatch is recyclable within normal mechanical recycling streams.
A new circular economy centre will be launched in the UK
The Circular Revolution is described as being ‘the first business-led hub in the UK focused on circular thinking
Unesda foresees boost in PET recyclability by 2030
Circular Packaging Vision 2030, according to Unesda, includes 90 percent collection of all packaging for recycling.
InstaFreight to transport Shell lubricants with lower CO2e emissions.
InstaFreight has been contracted to organize transportation of Shell.
Recycling of Expanded Polystyrene Waste – The difference between chemical and mechanical recycling
Circular economy virtual talks series. Interview with Jörg Hamann, Head of Technology at EPC Engineering & Technologies GmbH