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Plastic Recycling Conference

11-12 marzo 2014 | Orlando | USA

Why You Should Attend the Plastics Recycling Conference
Keep up to date/see what is new in the industry. Learn how to take advantage of the economy to maintain and grow your business from the leading experts in the field of plastics recovery and utilization. Speakers will present extensive and detailed industry assessments, including analyses of trends in the U.S. and Canada, plastics collection issues, recycling market factors, and legislative and policy considerations. Explore the market, see new technology and find new business partners. Connect with over 125 companies in the industry showcasing their products and services in the exhibit hall.
Exhibiting companies include, but not limited to, collectors and reclaimers, buyers and brokers, equipment producers, waste haulers and industry trade associations.
Endless networking opportunities with leaders in the industry. The Plastics Recycling Conference is your opportunity to network with clients, prospective partners, colleagues, vendors, and industry leaders all in one location.
Last year’s conference held in New Orleans attracted more than 1,425 attendees from over 30 countries. Meeting everyone at one venue will save you precious time and travel expenses.
Sponsoring and Exhibiting
The conference offers array of sponsorship, exhibiting and advertising options that provide your organization with a cost-effective way to promote your products and services, establish your brand, build new business relationships and secure your position as a leader in the industry. It is the perfect opportunity to reach decision makers in the industry.
Who Should Attend
Resin producers • Plastic collectors and reclaimers • Consumer of recycled resins • Plastics converters and compounders • Government recycling officials • Equipment producers • Waste haulers • Environmental organizations • Scrap plastic product makers • Collectors and MRF operators • Resin brokers • Clean-tech investors • Potential investors