2019 has been a defining moment for the plastics industry as the drive towards a sustainable future becomes the main agenda of multinational corporations, governments and even consumers. While there is no single formula at the moment to end the problem on plastic waste, collaboration plays a critical role in bringing change to what is already a worrying trend.
Next month, on 19 February 2020, ICIS is bringing the Asian Recycling & Sustainability Conference for the first time to Bangkok, Thailand. The inaugural conference will be taking place at the Hyatt Regency Sukhumvit Hotel. This one day event will focus on the theme “Seeking paths and working collaboratively to establish a circular economy road map in Asia” and aims get to the bottom of the issues related to the immensity of the plastic waste crisis, the strategies of producers and long-standing brand owners to explore and promote solutions and many more.
As industry news confirms noteworthy and ground-breaking projects of local governments, plastic manufacturers, recyclers, producers, waste management companies and brand owners, it is critical to be in the know about these important headlines allowing you to remain competitive amidst changes and challenges within the plastics industry.
Companies in attendance include: Alliance to End Plastic Waste, Asahi Group, Borealis, Chevron Phillips, Clariant Plastics & Coatings, The Coca-Cola Company, Dow, Dynapack, Eastman Chemical, ExxonMobil, Henkel, Indorama Ventures, Milliken, Nu Pure Beverages, SCG Chemicals, Thai Griptech, Union Petrochemical PCL and many more.