Circular Economy for Polymers in Liquid Formulated Products
Expert Webinar with Jenny Lovell (RSC) sponsored by Chemspec Europe 2020 on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 2 p.m. GMT
Circular Economy is driving new and tougher problems for the industry to solve faster than ever before. From dealing with waste, to developing sustainable alternatives to traditional raw materials, there are challenges that are far too risky for any business to solve alone.
As the exchange of knowledge within international industry networks has become more important – especially in these challenging times – Chemspec Europe 2020 offers a range of webinars covering some of the most relevant industry topics. Join the next live webinar:
Circular Economy for polymers in liquid formulated products
Tuesday, 30th June 2020, 14:00 (GMT)
with Jenny Lovell, Royal Society of Chemistry
A challenge that will be very important for the specialty chemicals sector to consider in the future is the sustainability of polymers in liquid formulated products (PLFs). In this webinar, Jenny Lovell who leads collaboration programs at the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) will present her insights from a cross-industry project exploring how Circular Economy principles could apply to these materials.
Drawing from input from several industry experts from 25 organizations representing FMCG, agrochemicals, water, coatings and petrochemicals industries, the webinar will provide a cross-industry perspective on tackling key challenges for PLFs.
This webinar will cover:
- The complex societal, regulatory and environmental drivers for improving sustainability
- The key technical challenges in research and industry that need to be addressed in applying Circular Economy principles to PLFs
- Four key focus areas that businesses want to work on collaboratively
By joining this webinar, attendees will gain a high-level appreciation of the technical challenges your customers have and the key areas that businesses want to work on collaboratively with the specialty chemicals sector and the wider markets it serves. There will also be an opportunity to put questions to experts at the Royal Society of Chemistry.