Presented by the Industrial Chemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI)
This webinar is Episode 9 and part of a 10-Episodes virtual webinar series, a collaboration between the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), Society of Chemical Industries (SCI) and the Society of Plastics Engineers: Australia-New Zealand Section (SPE: A-NZ Section).
This topic supports local Australian manufacturing consisting of value-chain players and recycled content.
The scientific community of academia, education and manufacturing, powered by RACI, SCI and SPE-ANZ Section, has never been more enthusiastic and united to correct the public’s perception of plastics.
Is it a problem, benefit or a game-changer?
The collaboration between these association groups has secured a number of national and international speakers to bring you this webinar series which will be show-casing innovations, challenges, sustainable uses, recycling and the future of plastics nationally and globally.
The collaboration partners acknowledge the sponsorships by BASF Australia, Foundry Intellectual Property, Qenos and Reckitt Benckiser.
Date/Time: Tuesday 27th July 2021, 7:30 pm - 9:15 pm AEST
For registrations and additional information go to the Events page on the RACI website: www.raci.org.au
SPE members can attend these webinars using a free code. For more information on the code please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SPE members for registration:
contact Han Michel on email email@example.com or mobile:0416 168 255
Venue: Webinar Zoom
Program: 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm AEST
Welcome and acknowledgements
Han Michel - Chair
Life Cycle Analysis
Tim Grant, Lifecycles, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
The Economical Benefits of Re-using and Recycling Plastics
Julie Toth, Chief Economist, Australia Industry Group, Melbourne, VIC invited
The Mixed Plastics Export Ban and its Implications
Tim Zerk, Assistant Director, Dept Agriculture, Water and Environment, Canberra, ACT
Speakers panel with Q&A
Han Michel, Chair
Thank you, advise next webinar and close
Han Michel, Chair