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UKCPN has been announced as an exhibitor at MRE 2020.
Take a look at the latest funding competitions of relevance to organisations and academics working within the field of plastics.
Take a look at UCL's 'Designing Out Plastic Waste Project' which aims to uncover new methods of recycling plastics.
Plastpol is one of the largest exhibitions in Poland and Eastern Europe dedicated to the plastics industry and attracts almost all the leading companies operating in plastics processing. It features all areas of plastics processing beginning with the first stages of plastic production and finishing with its disposal and recycling. Among the exhibits are, first and foremost, plastics processing machines, moulds and tools used in the plastics industry as well as a wide variety of plastics, components, recycling technologies and IT systems applied in plastics processing. Technologies and final products are also exhibited by companies specializing in packaging systems. Plastpol is the best place for presenting products, meeting prospective customers and concluding new contracts.Register
Bringing together waste and resource management sector professionals, opinion former's, government ministers and policy experts, RTF 2019 will provide a forum for the sector to come together to address today’s major challenges and help shape the future landscape of resource management.Register
SCI and RSC are organising a conference on challenges and opportunities in plastics on 19th June 2019 in London. This conference, organised by SCI’s Environment, Health, Safety and Food Groupand RSC’s Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology and Food Chemistry Groups brings together key sectors with the aim of focussing on assessing challenges and opportunities for researchers, industry and government. There will be a thematic link between the uses of plastics, their replacement with other materials, where it is advantageous, the toxicological hazards and benefits of plastic use and the post-use challenges and opportunities.Register