RecyclePlast in a Circular Economy,

07-08 May, 2019 - Madrid, SPAIN

Courtyard by Marriott Madrid Princesa

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07 May, 2019 - Tuesday

08:00

Registration & Morning Coffee

09:00

Chairman’s Introduction

09:05

Improving Markets for Recycled Plastics - Trends, Prospects and Policy Responses

Frithjof Laubinger, Consultant - Circular Economy

OECD - Organisation For Economic Co-Operation & Development

09:35

The Polyolefin Circular Economy Platform (PCEP) Iniatives in Driving Forward Europe’s Polyolefins Recycling

Venetia Spencer, Secretary General

Polyolefin Circular Economy Platform (PCEP)

10:05

Development of Post-Consumer Polyolefin Recyclates and New Products in the Area of Circular Polyolefins

Eugenio Longo, Head of Sustainability & EU Affairs

Borealis

10:35

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

11:05

Increasing the Recycling of Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Film Waste

11:45

Sustainable Furniture from Ocean Plastics

12:15

CEFLEX’s Progress Towards Developing a Circular Economy for Flexible Packaging

Managing Director
SLOOP Consulting

Graham Houlder, Project Co-ordinator

CEFLEX

12:45

Discussion followed by Lunch

14:00

Closing the Loop for Plastic IT Electronic Products and Ink Cartridges

  • Main drivers challenges and key success factors

Toni Gil, WW Take Back Ops Manager

HP Inc

14:30

Multilayer & Mixed Plastic Recycling Technology Update

15:00

Innovative chemical recycling technology recycling PS waste to high quality virgin PS

Johannes Musseleck, Director Global Strategy

INEOS Styrolution Group GmbH

15:30

Polystyreneloop: Circular Economy in Action

16:00

Discussion followed by Afternoon Tea

16:30

Commercialisation of Thermochemical Conversion Technology to Convert Hard-to-Recycle Plastics into Fuels & Plastics

17:00

Prism Technology Update - Recovering High Value Materials from Packaging That Currently is Difficult to Sort and Has Low Value or No End Markets

17:30

End of Discussion. Close of Day One

08 May, 2019 - Wednesday

08:50

Chairman’s Remarks

09:00

Keynote Speech

Evolving Extended Producers Responsibility - Making the Economics Work for the Future

  • Latest status of regulatory developments around packaging, including EPR and how producers need to make this work
  • Overview of the boundary conditions of the sector from the perspective of producers

Hans van Bochove, Chairman EUROPEN

Vice-President European Public Affairs
Coca-Cola European Partners plc (CCEP)

09:45

KP’s Positive Plastic Pledge - How to Build a Sustainable Future Using the Valuable Benefits of Plastics Responsibly

 

Lubna Edwards, Global Sustainability Director

Klöckner Pentaplast

10:15

Playing Our Part in Plastics Recycling and Engaging with Consumers and the Recycling Industry – Princes Food & Drink Group

10:45

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

11:15

Sharing of Good Practices & Plastic Recycling Initiatives Across Europe

Update on support and investments in collection, sorting and recycling infrastructures

  • Amount of plastics waste being collected and how much are currently plastic materials being recycled
    - Do we have sufficient capacity to recycle all mixed plastic collected
    - New end destinations for waste plastics
    - Secondary plastic market   

i) Spain

 

 

Alberto Caldeiro Jimenez, Manager - Recycling & Collection Dept

ECOEMBES

ii) United Kingdom

  • Recovered plastic end markets: An update on challenges and the future opportunity
    - How have things changed since China introduced its ban/restrictions

    - How much plastic packaging arises in the UK and how much is collected
    - What capacity there is in the UK and new/existing end markets for recovered plastic

Peter Sainsbury, Economist

WRAP - Waste and Resources Action Programme

iii) Norway

  • The Norwegian Solution of Deposit Refund System & the National Regulations

Kjell Olav A. Maldum, Managing Director

Infinitum AS

12:30

Final Discussion followed by Closing Lunch

13:30

End of Conference

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