Sat, 16 July

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Mordialloc

News from the Soft Plastics Innovation front

Soft Plastics have enjoyed a lot of attention over the last years be it, unfortunately, mostly for the wrong reasons. It is also clear that this invention has served society well.

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Time & Location

16 July, 5:30 pm AEST – 17 July, 9:00 pm AEST

Mordialloc, 109 White St, Mordialloc VIC 3195, Australia

About the event

Soft Plastics have enjoyed a lot of attention over the last years be it, unfortunately, mostly for the wrong reasons. It is also clear that this invention has served society well.

This seminar will show the latest developments from a number of supply chain players which should grab the interest of industry and particularly the packaging industry.

Pro-Pac Packaging, Qenos and Richdale Plastics have each made their mark in the local plastics industry and are continuing to do so, each in their own way, in the recovery and recycling part of the plastics supply chain.

Program: 

5:30 pm 6:00 pm Registration (Refreshments on arrival)

6:00 pm to 6:10 pm

Welcome

Dr Yvonne Mah, Event Coordinator and Program Chair, SPE: A-NZ Section

6:10 pm to 6:40 pm

Importance of foodgrade polypropylene in recycling

Ryan Anskaitis, Innovation and Sustainability Lead, Pro-Pac Packaging, Melbourne

6:40 pm to 7:10 pm

The Qenos Circular Plastics Project

Jeroen Wassenaar, Qenos, Market Segment Manager, Melbourne

7:10 pm to 7:40 pm

Innovation and Sustainability

Daryl Farrow, Technical Manager, Richdale Plastics, Melbourne

7:40 pm to 7:45 pm

SPE announcements

Dr. Yvonne Mah, Event Coordinator and Program Chair, SPE: A-NZ Section

7:45 pm to 9:00 pm

Networking session with finger food and drinks

For more information contact Yvonne Mah by email: Yvonne.mah@basf.com or

mobile: 0448 327 960

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