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A Circular Future with Plastics2022: DG Grow & Markus Steilemann, President of Plastics Europe join

Updated: Jan 25, 2022


The 2022 edition of the conference A Circular Future with Plastics, organized by EuPC together with the Belgian associations Agoria and Essenscia - PolyMatters, will count among its high level of speakers the MEP Soren Gade and the Director General of DG GROW of the European Commission.

The two-days event will take place on 19th & 20th May 2022 at the stunning Renaissance Hotel in Brussels, just few meters from the European Parliament. During the morning of the 19th May, three Market Sessions on Packaging, Automotive and Building & Construction will take place in parallel. To name a few, Armacell and Polymount International already confirmed to present their circular innovations and perspectives in the Construction and Packaging sessions. Additional speakers will be announced soon.

In the evening, the gala dinner is organized at the Concert Noble. During the second day, on the 20th of May, the main conference will be moderated by the journalist Mrs. Melinda Crane. Representatives of national and European politics, CEOs of the plastics manufacturing and converting world, as well as other industry leaders will share their knowledge and experience about the trends and challenges of the sector.

Mr. Markus Steilemann, President of Plastics Europe, but also TotalEnergies, Borealis, Elix Polymers, Molecular Plasma Group and others have confirmed their presence.

In the light of the most recent developments on the European level, and based on the ever growing importance of themes like circular economy, waste prevention, reuse & recycling, the recurring title for the event and debates "A Circular Future with Plastics" could not be better chosen.

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A Circular Future with Plastics 2022 DG Grow and Markus Steilemann, President of Plastics
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