ICIS Recycling & Sustainability Virtual Event

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November 2020 // Online


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URGENT UPDATE: Asian Recycling postponed

After careful consideration, and due to the current ongoing situation regarding Coronavirus, this year’s Asian Recycling & Sustainability Conference has now been postponed. The health and safety of our participants is our top priority, which is why we have taken this decision. The new date of the conference will be 4 September 2020 at Hyatt Regency, Bangkok.
If you are interested in attending the event in September, please email events.registration@icis.com directly and we will let you know when we are able to take bookings for our new date. We are also working to build a virtual program of events and will communicate details soon. In the meantime, we would like to request your feedback via this short survey so that together we shape how to best deliver insight to you.
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Endorsement Partners

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Agricultural and Food Marketing Association for Asia and the Pacific (AFMA)

AFMA (Agricultural and Food Marketing Association for Asia and the Pacific) is an inter-government non-profit organization in association with Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations aims to promote food and agriculture knowledge and economic cooperation among government, private company, institute, and Civil Society Organization.
SDG 12, Sustainable Consumption and Production - Say no to plastic straws and single-use plastic bottles! The United Nations indicated that approximately 700 species of marine wildlife have ingested plastic in the ocean. With the current rate at which we are disposing plastic pollution, in particular, single-use items like straws, by 2050, there will be more plastics than life in the ocean. Join us a request to ban plastic straw and single-use bottle. It is a human right to clean water and sanitation.

Petroleum Institute of Thailand (PTIT)

The Petroleum Institute of Thailand (PTIT) is a neutral, independent, not-for-profit organization established in September 1985, with a mission to foster better understanding of the petroleum, petrochemical, and related industries in Thailand. The Institute, in its mission, puts emphasis on human resources development, information services, technical services, public policy and regulatory support, to ensure sustainable development and competitiveness of the industry and the country. With continuous support from government, academic and private sectors, PTIT has over the years earned recognition as an instrumental advocate of accurate and timely information, social responsibility, as well as multilateral dialogue among concerned parties for the formulation of sound and practical policies and regulations.

Malaysian Petrochemicals Association (MPA)

Malaysian Petrochemicals Association (MPA) is a formal association registered with the Registrar of Societies in Malaysia. At present, members of MPA include companies engaging in the manufacture and trading of petrochemicals and plastic resins, as well as companies that provide services required by the petrochemical industry. MPA was officially formed on March 19, 1997 with the following objectives:

  • To provide a forum to discuss and resolve common problems of the petrochemical industry.
  • To provide a focal point for the petrochemical industry to liaise with the public and government and to make recommendations on relevant issues.
  • To advance the philosophy of Responsible Care, its implementation and compliance throughout the industry.
  • To represent the petrochemical industry within Malaysia to interface with similar groups on international basis.
  • To compile and disseminate information of common concerns and provide facilities for consultation and exchange of views between members.