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event preview | Plastics Regulations 2017


Get in touch with regulation


AMI’s first Plastics Regulations conference, which takes place in March, will provide expert insight into the latest regulatory developments affecting polymer producers, processors and end users


Understanding – and preparing for – regulatory change is a critical element in any business management strategy. And that is particularly the case for users and processors of plastics, which so often find themselves in the front line in terms of government and consumer concern in areas ranging from chemical composition through to food safety. Plastics Regulations 2017 is a new conference organised by Pipe and Profile Extrusion magazine publisher AMI that will provide expert analysis and guidance on international legislative and regulatory issues that have the potential to impact on the plastics supply chain. Taking place on in Cologne in Germany on 28-29 March, Plastics Regulations 2017 presents focused


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advice across a wide range of compliance issues, including REACH, food contact materials, biocides, nanomaterials and plastic recycling. The programme brings together experts speakers able to explain the implications of forthcoming legislation in practical terms, highlighting the actions that different players in the plastics supply chain need to take to achieve compliance. Speakers will also highlight areas of potential concern for the plastics industry going forward and recommended action to minimise negative impacts. Plastics Regulations 2017 will be opened by Dr Leonor Garcia, Director of the Public Affairs Depart- ment at PlasticsEurope, the pan-European association representing plastics manufactur- ers. She will speak about political moves towards the smarter regulation of plastics. In the second session, the focus will turn to the REACH regulation of chemical products and their impact on the plastics supply chain. Martin Ahlhaus, an Associated Partner for law firm Noerr LLP will discuss the legal and practical challenges of REACH, then Dr Isla Mathieson, Senior Regulatory Manager for REACH at European regulatory affairs consultancy TSGE Consulting, will speak about each individual’s role and responsibilities in the supply chain.


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