Plastic Free World Conference & Expo returns in 2020 as a fully virtual event to discuss Material Innovations, Technologies & Circular Economy Solutions to create a World FREE from waste plastic. Following the enormous success of the inaugural 2019 showcase, the 2020 edition will once again bring together sustainability and environmental experts from some of the biggest companies in the world to discuss practical and innovative solutions to tackle the growing plastic pollution crisis. The most senior business leaders from key industries including packaging, food and beverage, retail, fashion and textiles, automotive, and aerospace will discuss and debate the latest research, sustainable product design, new manufacturing solutions, recycling and reuse of products and raw materials, as well as the latest and next-generation bio-sourced materials and solutions to create 100% biodegradable, reusable, and compostable products.
Returning in 2020 as a fully virtual event with more expert speakers, topics, exhibitors, there are now more reasons than ever for companies that are looking for technical, manufacturing, or material innovations to be a part of the world’s most influential international conference and exhibition to help reduce their global plastic footprints.
Reduce: Practical strategies and innovative solutions for reducing plastic usage across a number of industries. Learn how to eliminate single-use plastics throughout your supply chain. Plus, learn about new design and manufacturing solutions to help reduce material waste.
Replace: Source truly sustainable alternatives to fossil fuel-based plastics and hear about the latest material innovations from a number of industry-leading biomaterial, biochemical, and bioplastics experts.
Reuse & Recycle: Create a more circular economy and learn how some of the world’s leading brands are increasing upcycling initiatives to reduce their plastic footprint. Additionally, understand how to design, test, and develop products to make them easier to recycle and close the loop on a more circular economy.
Register for the event HERE.