This year, prudence and consideration for the health and wellness of our team, our attendees, sponsors and exhibitors dictate that we cannot proceed with the face-to-face Paper & Plastics Recycling Conferences.
For 20 years, these events have been beloved institutions and vital industry gatherings, so this was not an easy decision. It makes us all look forward to the 2021 events even more!
At the same time, “necessity is the mother of invention,” and we are extremely excited about the dynamic event experience this current climate has encouraged us to create.
After 20 years of producing the industry’s premier recycling conferences, the Recycling Today team knew we could not offer yet another webinar series; that would never do.
Our team has been collaborating to create an entirely different event experience. While we know we’d all prefer to be in Chicago, Rotterdam, Dubai or Mumbai enjoying the cities, networking and attending industry-leading programming, this broadcast event provides a unique opportunity to delegates and sponsors!
The 2020 Paper & Plastics Recycling Conference International provides a global forum for learning, networking and collaborating across the paper and plastics recycling sectors. We’re integrating our European, Indian, North American and Middle East events into one massive broadcast event.
Globally, recycling is recognized as an essential industry. The industry is instrumental not only to basic commerce but also to evolving corporate and governmental sustainability goals.
Speakers from throughout the world will inform attendees on market conditions and developments. Sponsors will continue to share their offerings.
This unique 2020 event brings the global recycling community together in a truly dynamic way.
The longest-running conference and trade show in the paper and plastics recycling industries returns this October to address the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the recycling sector. This is your opportunity to connect with industry leaders from throughout the supply chain, including brand owners, recyclers and consumers of recyclables.
A growing number of CPG companies are making commitments to use recycled content, but this is only possible if the supply chain works together to address recovery challenges. Be sure your voice is part of the conversation at the PPRC International 2020.