AGM and “The Qenos Circular Economy Plastics Project”
Updated: Sep 12, 2022
A recent report on advanced recycling technologies to address Australia’s plastic waste was published by Sarah King from the CSIRO as lead author covering the processes of chemical or advanced recycling.
In Australia several entities have been working on ways of recovery of plastic waste other than mechanical recycling. One of the companies doing so is Qenos with a project aiming on making chemical or advanced recycling a reality for Polyethylene.
Qenos has partnered with technology providers Plastic Energy and Axens as well as waste management company Cleanaway to conduct a feasibility study for implementation of Polyethylene advanced or chemical recycling in Australia.
This seminar will cover the work by Qenos and project partners on the feasibility study and an update on the status of the project.
Date/Time: Thursday, 13th of October 2022, 5:30 pm for 6:00 pm to start to 9:00 pm
Venue: Woodlands Golf Club, 109 White Street, Mordialloc, Vic 3195
5:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Registration and refreshments
6:00 pm to 6:05 pm Welcome
Yvonne Mah, Program Chair, SPE: A-NZ Section
6:05 pm to 6:35 pm Annual General Meeting – SPE: A-NZ Section Ltd
Han Michel, President 2019-2022 and Hamed Ghajarnia, President 2022-2023, SPE: A-NZ Section
6:35 pm to 6:50 pm
Break with refreshments
6:50 pm to 7:20 pm
The Qenos Circular Economy Plastics Project
Jeroen Wassenaar, Project Leader Advanced Recycling, Qenos
7:20 pm to 7:45 pm
Q&A with presenter Jeroen Wassenaar moderated by Yvonne Mah, Program Chair
7:45 pm to 8:00 pm Closing Remarks
Yvonne Mah, Program Chair, SPE: ANZ Section
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Networking with refreshments and finger food
The details about the AGM of SPE: A-NZ Section will be sent to the members in the next couple of days.
Non-members are welcome to attend the AGM, but do not have voting rights at the AGM.
Contact: For further information contact Han Michel with mobile: 0416 168 255
Cancellation policy: No refunds within seven days of the event. The seminar organisers retain the right to change the program without notice.