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With considerable speed, the Juncker Commission has presented its Circular Economy Package and the corresponding plastics legislation was drafted quite quickly by the EU institutions. The content of the legislation has given ground to confusion and speculation by industry players. How binding are the provisions? Will there be any exceptions or special regulations for bio-based or biodegradable plastics? How will it influence the industry?
Want to know what’s really going on with the new European plastics policy? Join our nova-Session! This is your opportunity to discuss with experts and a deeply involved Commission official.
These presentations will give you the latest information to make sound decisions:
- Michael Carus, nova-Institute: Introduction to bio-based polymer markets and circular economy
- Lara Dammer, nova-Institute: Specific implementation of the new plastic policy – how does it affect the sector?
- Werner Bosmans, European Commission, DG Environment: Background of the plastic policy and outlook for the policy on bio-based and biodegradability
- Constance Ißbrücker, European Bioplastics: Technical aspects and the view of the industry
Ample room for discussion will enable you to find out what is going on with other branches and sectors.
All information and registration can be found at: www.bio-based.eu/plastic-policy-session/
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Cologne. Please do not hesitate to contact Lara Dammer (firstname.lastname@example.org, +49-2233-481455) if you have any questions or concerns.
Source: nova-Institut GmbH, 2019-04-30.