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€200* SAVE


by booking before 7 August 2020. Use code EB1075


3-4 November 2020 Marriott Hotel Hamburg, Germany


Explore the potential of chemical recycling to turn waste plastics into new materials.


Industry-leading speakers include:


Carlos Monreal CEO PLASTIC ENERGY


This conference is your chance to expand your knowledge through industry presentations, panel and roundtable discussions and group Q&A sessions


• Join the discussion on advancing the circular economy


• Network with industry experts


• Discover how chemical recycling will aid in meeting plastics recycling targets


• Get to grips with the technologies available and their impact on the wider environment


Guy Castelan Life Cycle Thinking and Sustainability Projects Manager PLASTICS EUROPE


Outi Teras Head of Technology Commercialization, Chemical Recycling NESTE


Christian Krueger Corporate Sustainability BASF


Inari Seppa Director of Corporate Innovation EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY


Pailak Mzikian Project Management REMONDIS RECYCLING


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*Prices may be subject to VAT. Discount codes cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Book your place today at www.ami.ltd/attend-chem-recycling


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