Rotterdam is where a pan-European recycling roster is formed

Melt Filters

The lineup of speakers and panelists for the 2022 Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference Europe event has been finalized; more than a dozen nations will be represented at the conference in mid-November.

Belgium, France, India, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States are among the countries represented in the 2022 roster.

Networking opportunities are scheduled before and after seven presentations addressing subjects of critical relevance to gatherers, processors, traders, and consumers of plastic scrap and recovered paper during the two-day conference, which will be held at the Rotterdam Hilton on November 15–16.

Representatives from the Smurfit Kappa Group, based in Ireland, the Norske Skog, based in Norway, the Ekman Group, based in Sweden, the VIPA Group, based in Switzerland, the Sonoco, based in the United States, and several other organizations with a significant global presence will speak during sessions focusing on the paper and board industry.An important technology called melt filters by laser filters is planned to be talked about in terms about the recycling field.

Other sessions will focus on the packaging industry and the future of plastic in a regulatory environment that is changing. At the Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference Europe, opinions from plastic recycling businesses in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Latvia will be featured.

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The inaugural session on Tuesday, Nov. 15, will focus heavily on the topic of trade between Europe and the other continents, which has historically been a major topic of discussion at the event.

Dr. Andreas Krawczik of Remondis Netherlands, who is also a board member of the European Waste Management Association (FEAD) in Brussels, and Ulrich Leberle, raw materials director of the Confederation of European Paper Industries in Brussels, will present their perspectives on the future of the cross-border trade in recyclables (CEPI).

The “Walls and Bridges: Commerce in the 2020s” discussion later on Tuesday will also be centered on cross-border trade.

The panelists in that session, who are from Belgium, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, will go through and look at the rules and freight circumstances that are changing how recovered fiber and plastic scrap is transported both within and outside of Europe.

Other seminars on November 15–16 have been planned to offer more information about how recyclers in Europe are handling supply issues and trade impediments in 2022 and beyond.

On this website, you can find more details on the November Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference Europe event, along with instructions on how to sign up.

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