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PRSE in Amsterdam expands to second hall

Plastic Whale goes fishing in Amsterdam.

The Plastics Recycling Show Europe is returning to the RAI Amsterdam expo centre bigger than before and now covers two halls. Registration for the free-to-attend event on 10-11 May is now open.

‘PRSE was such a success in 2022 with record numbers of exhibitors and visitors,’ says Matt Barber, global events director at Crain Communications. ‘We are seeing the event grow even more dramatically this year, with a great mix of both established and first-time exhibitors.’

A new chemical recycling feature area in Hall 11 will guide visitors through the history of chemical recycling and latest innovations in a timeline with video displays. The feature area is sponsored by Plastic Energy, Mura Technology and Eastman.

The winners of the seven award categories in the PRSE Awards will be announced on 11 May and all finalists will be showcased at the exhibition. The deadline for new entries closes on 13 January.

Conference sessions taking place in two theatres will cover the latest legislative developments and material challenges regarding plastics recycling in Europe as well as the outlook for energy supply in the EU.

Materials sessions will cover:

  • Polyethylene (PET)
  • PVC
  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Technical Plastics
  • Polyolefin waste streams

More than 250 companies and organisations from across Europe have already signed up including: Berry Global, Bollegraaf, Dijmex Europe, Ettlinger, FIMIC and Interzero Plastics Recycling.

‘The PRSE is the focal point of plastics recycling in Europe,’ says Ton Emans, president of Plastics Recyclers Europe. ‘It is the perfect place to discover all the latest technical innovations and commercial developments, and stay up to date with the legislative landscape for the circular use of plastics.’

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