Webinar Chemical Recycling: Market trends and NRW-Dutch cross-border opportunitiesonline | 7th of October 2020
This webinar sheds light on the latest developments and innovations in regard to chemical recycling and how cross-border collaboration can foster growth towards a circular plastic sector. Special attention will be paid to the collaboration between the German and Dutch chemical sector to enhance sustainability and establish global market opportunities.
The program includes overview presentations of the state of the art of chemical recycling in Germany and the Netherlands zooming in on technology, market, economy as well as environmental impact. Two industry best practices will pitch their cases and the Ministries from the Netherlands and NRW will give us the larger governmental perspective. Together the speakers will explore opportunities for collaboration between the Netherlands and NRW.
Further information about the topic can be found on our country-specific 2-pager.
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15:00 Introduction moderated by Mr. Freek van Eijk, Director of HCH
15:07 Introduction by Consul General Mr. Peter Schuurman
15:12 State of the art of Chemical Recycling for plastics in Germany:
Speaker on behalf of In4climate presents latest research and findings linked to the 2020 report Chemical Plastics Recycling – potentials and development prospects, exploring the possibilities of recycling mixed plastic waste.
15:25 State of the art of Chemical Recycling for plastics in the Netherlands:
Mr. Willem Sederel, President of Circular Biobased Delta gives an overview of Chemical Recycling in the NL as well as insights in development paths and future collaboration between NL and Germany
15:38 Best Practices on CR from NL:
M. Maarten Stolk, Business Developer at Ioniqa Technologies presents: Hard learnt lessons of a successful Chemical PET recycling start-up and cross-border opportunities
15:43 Best practice on CR from Germany:
15:48 A Dutch Perspective
Mr. Arnoud Passenier from the Ministry of Infrastructure and Watermanagement elaborates on why the Dutch stimulate Chemical Recycling and how they built an enabling regulatory framework
15:54 Perspective from NRW
Mr. Reinhold Rünker from the Ministry of Economy, Innovation, Digitalisation and Energy of the state North Rhine-Westfalia gives an outlook on NRWs plans in chemical recycling and zooms in on the Trilateral Strategy
16:00 Panel discussion moderated by the Prosper Kolleg with input from the web-chat
Closure and follow-up
16.25 Closure and next steps by Consul General Mr. Peter Schuurman