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EuRIC will highlight key recycling trends in Brussels

This statue was installed in Brussels last year to remind EU legislators to move towards zero waste / Photo by Zero Waste Group

The European Recycling Industries’ Confederation is organising its 2019 Annual Conference in Brussels on 13 March. The theme of EuRIC’s event is ‘implementing circular value chains’.

Powered by recycling companies and national federations, the annual conference will include talks from various high-level EU policymakers and influential industry leaders. Speakers include Antti Peltomäki of the European Commission; David Berman of Veolia Group; Sandra Tostar of Volvo Car Corporation; Olivier Francois of Galloo Group; and Simon Francis Webb of Procter & Gamble.

They will showcase how economic and legislative developments are currently shaping the recycling sector. The main topic of debate will be how to achieve success all along the circular value chain.

The European Recycling Industries’ Confederation stresses that new details regarding the implementation of the Circular Economy Package and the Plastics Strategy will be presented. Also, delegates will hear how the upcoming European Parliament elections and a new European Commission will impact the recycling industry.

The sessions will be moderated by Murat Bayram, head of non-ferrous business at European Metal Recycling (EMR). The event to take place at BluePoint Brussels business centre concludes after a networking cocktail party and with standing buffet.

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