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From January till September 2018, the European Plastics Converters Association (EuPC) conducted its 2nd European survey on the use of recycled plastics materials (rPM) in Europe’s plastics converting industry. Following the period of 9 months during which 376 companies from 21 different countries filled in the online questionnaire, EuPC now published the results in cooperation with Polymer Comply Europe SCRL.

European Plastics Converters (EuPC) is proud to announce that it is taking a part in the project “UPSKILL - Actions Upward: The Skills for the Digital Future of Plastics Factories”. The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme and coordinated by the Engineering Industries Association of Lithuania (LINPRA).

Find out more about biodegradable plastics and why they are not a solution to plastic pollution and marine litter in this 60-second video.

EuPC Press Release

 

The recent, swift developments of the EU Single-use plastics directive proposal are developing at a very worrying speed. The European Parliament and the Council are called to make up their minds in very short time frames, deviating from usual best practices and agreed calendars.

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