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ICIS Global Plastics Recycling Policy Summit

Unravelling the policies that shape the future of recycling

23 - 25 May 2022 // Virtual

 
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Media Partners

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Knowledge Partner: Alliance to End Plastic Waste

The Alliance to End Plastic Waste is a global non-profit founded in 2019 to end plastic waste in the environment. We convene companies from across the entire plastics value chain—resin producers, converters, brands, waste managers and recyclers—to work together with the public sector, civil society and communities to address the challenge of plastic waste.

Our focus is to improve the collection, sorting, processing, and recycling of plastic waste by implementing projects and investing in innovative solutions and education that develop or enhance waste management systems. This is our priority because three billion people worldwide still do not have access to adequate waste management services and where they do, more can be done to improve them.
 
We look for solutions that are economically self-sustaining and scalable, and always strive for full circularity while recognising that interim measures are also needed. Our investment must also be catalytic, serving to de-risk new ideas that can attract further investment. We believe that ending plastic waste in the environment is possible when public, private and people sectors act collectively.
 
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Media Partner: WBCSD

WBCSD is the premier global, CEO-led community of over 200 of the world’s leading sustainable businesses working collectively to accelerate the system transformations needed for a net zero, nature positive, and more equitable future.

We do this by engaging executives and sustainability leaders from business and elsewhere to share practical insights on the obstacles and opportunities we currently face in tackling the integrated climate, nature and inequality sustainability challenge; by co-developing “how-to” CEO-guides from these insights; by providing science-based target guidance including standards and protocols; and by developing tools and platforms to help leading businesses in sustainability drive integrated actions to tackle climate, nature and inequality challenges across sectors and geographical regions.
 
Our member companies come from all business sectors and all major economies, representing a combined revenue of more than USD $8.5 trillion and 19 million employees. Our global network of almost 70 national business councils gives our members unparalleled reach across the globe. Since 1995, WBCSD has been uniquely positioned to work with member companies along and across value chains to deliver impactful business solutions to the most challenging sustainability issues.
 
Together, we are the leading voice of business for sustainability, united by our vision of a world in which 9+ billion people are living well, within planetary boundaries, by mid-century.
 
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Media Partner: PCEP

The Polyolefin Circular Economy Platform’s goal is to transform the entire polyolefin system from a linear to a circular one, keeping this valuable material in the economy, at its highest value, for as long as possible. PCEP is a unique forum for all stakeholders in the polyolefin value chain to work together through dialogue and collaboration. It is the embodiment of the industry’s collective commitment to take responsibility for our products and create one voice for polyolefins in Europe. Membership is open to brand owners, retailers, waste management organisations, recyclers, converters, producers and any other stakeholders playing an active role in the polyolefin value chain.