UKCPN is partnering with the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures to run an event looking at the challenges of the sustainable use of plastics in the agriculture sector. It will look at the current state and potential of recycling technologies, for example in silage wrap and mulches, and also the behavioural changes that need to occur in the farming community to reclaim more of the plastic. So please put Friday 7th February 2020 in your calendar and we will be giving out more details soon.Register
UKCPN will be hosting a seminar at MRE 2020. MRE 2020 is taking place on 18th – 20th February 2020 at the Business Design Centre in London. The event will provide a platform to develop the commercial success of UK-generated materials innovation by showcasing ground-breaking new materials and their manufacturing processes to industry with the goal of accelerating bringing these to a commercialisation stage. MRE 2020, organised by the Knowledge Transfer Network and Innovate UK, will demonstrate how the UK is a global hub of excellence in materials research, as well as how materials is an area which will continue to propel the nation’s economy to future success.Register
Taking place at the Birmingham NEC, the 2-day event showcases the whole packaging supply chain under one roof, through a series of co-located events that consists of: Packaging Innovations, Ecopack, Contract Pack & Fulfilment, Empack and Label & Print.Register
Addressing the Challenge of Microfibres - from source of production to environmental contamination. This event is being run by UKCPN & the UK Microplastics Network.
Event is sponsored by UKCPN. PVC 2020 will continue to build on the reputation of this triennial conference series as being the world’s leading conference supporting the global PVC industry. Moving from its historic Brighton base to the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, PVC 2020 will deliver a current, comprehensive and wide ranging technical programme of original papers in an impressive purpose built conference environment.Register
For over 60 years Interplas has been the UK's No.1 Plastics show, bringing together over 500 exhibiting companies to present solutions, products, machines and ideas to the UK manufacturing industry. In 2017 over 12,000 prospective buyers from 72 countries attended Interplas to explore the current state of plastics technology and get an insight into the innovations of the future.Register