The industry’s progress and new developments to increase sustainability and circularity of plastics were unveiled today at the PlasticsEurope press conference at K 2019, the world’s number 1 trade fair for plastics and rubber.
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For the 10th time, the K Special Show, which was branded “Plastics shape the future” in 2016, goes with the legendary Düsseldorf K fair. When the world's leading plastics fair opens its doors on Wednesday, 16 October, the 2019 Special Show in Hall 6 – booth 6/C 40 will once again be the point of convergence for all visitors.
The fourth edition of the European Youth Debating Competition (EYDC), a platform bringing together youngsters from across Europe, concluded with the European Finals and the Awarding Ceremony yesterday in Berlin.
Ensuring higher rates of reuse and recycling is the overriding focus of our Voluntary Commitment - Plastics 2030.
The European plastics value chain has launched a Joint Call for Action so that Europe can continue to benefit in the future from the contribution of plastics to societal wellbeing and environmental protection.
Polycarbonate (PC) is a high performance polymer used in many sectors, such as the automotive industry, building and construction, communications technology, electronics and medical devices.
“Rethink, Reuse, Recycle: how would you shape a sustainable future with plastics and petrochemicals?” ”It is under this overarching theme that more than 70 students from 13 schools from across the UK gathered on 17th June at King´s College in London.
Polycarbonate (PC) is a high performance polymer used in many sectors like for example automotive industry, building and construction, communication technology, electronics and medical devices.
This is the topic discussed by over 80 young people under 19, coming from 10 schools in Lombardy
The youth debate organised in Kraków was the fourth of 7 planned events of the European Youth Debating Competition (EYDC), organised by the European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) and PlasticsEurope.