MORE for Circularity: Online Workshop on the MORE platform

23/11/2021 - 09:00

Polymer Comply Europe (PCE) is pleased to announce its next Online Workshop on the MORE platform, organised on behalf of European Plastics Converters (EuPC) and MORE.

The online workshop will take place on the 9th of December 2021 between 10.00 - 12.00 CET. We will welcome national coordinators from France, Spain and Portugal who will present their perspective and experience on MORE.





  • Welcome by Marjan Ranogajec,  EuPC
  • MORE Background and latest updates by Marjan Ranogajec, EuPC
  • Coordinator's perpective: MORE at national level by Marc Madec, Polyvia & Nuno Aguiar, APIP
  • User experience from plastics converters
  • Live demonstration by Marjan Ranogajec, EuPC
  • Q&A



The participation is free of charger. However registration is required here.




Who should attend: 
  • Representatives from the plastics value chain
  • Regulatory affairs manager
  • Government regulators
  • Consultants
  • Trade associations
  • Service providers
  • NGOs
  • Academics



MORE, the unified, digital platform to monitor the use of recycled polymers in the European plastics converting industry. MORE is helping the plastics industry to become more circular by collecting the volumes of recycled polymers that are used by plastics converting companies to create new products, and by stimulating a higher uptake of recycled polymers.

MORE is expected from the Plastics Industry to create a more sustainable economy for plastics in the EU the industry has to become more circular, for example by increasing the amount of recycled polymers used. The Plastics converting industry in Europe composed of 50,000 SMEs decided to set up a common voluntary industrial approach. Plasics converting companies play a crucial role in the transition towards a more circular economy for plastics and the industry wants to be more transparent regarding the efforts that are being undertaken. Every KG of recycled polymers is going through a plactic converting facility and as such, converters are best positioned to monitor the progress on the performance and quantity of recycled polymers used in Europe.