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Christian Crépet, Executive Director of Petcore Europe

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Petcore Europe, the Brussels-based association representing the entire PET value chain in Europe, expands its competence by welcoming twelve new members in 2019. Read more

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Response and responsibility

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Response and responsibility

The plastic problem no longer requires explanation as it has become synonymous with the 21st century human condition. Read more

5 Mar 2019 14:15 editor's blog

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Jean-Yves Limet

The entire PET industry has set itself ambitious recycling targets and is committed to increase its role in the circular economy, and is taking these to the European Parliament. Read more

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Laure Baillargeon (DG Grow)

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Each year the European PET value chain meets in Brussels for the annual Petcore Europe Conference. Due to its continued success over recent past, this year the two-day conference was held at a new venue to welcome more than 280 industry delegates. Read more

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The organisation believes more work can and must be done, with separate collection of trays and other PET sheet-based products currently hampered by non-binding targets. Read more

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Petcore Europe is growing with already 15 new members in 2018. Read more

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Petcore Europe has secured eleven new members in Q1 2018. Read more

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Petcore Europe has launched its new Plastic Aerosol Recycling Special Industry Group (SiG). Read more

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As new regulations allow larger plastic aerosols, and higher pressures in containers, Petcore Europe has formed a taskforce to assess aerosol recyclability. Read more

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European plastics industry leaders have committed to champion the plastics Circular Economy by launching Circularity Platforms aimed at reaching a 50 per cent plastic waste recycling target by 2040. Read more

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The nations of Western Europe have shown they have some bottle when it comes to PET collection and recycling, increasing retention of bottle material with an increased share from Spain and Britain. Read more

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The European Union is yet to authorise processes for recycling plastics for use in food contact applications, presenting an obstacle to the plastics Circular Economy, causing frustration for the PET production industry. Read more

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A long awaited legislation for grades of recycled food packaging has led Plastic Recyclers Europe to describe the inaction as 'legislative no-man's land'. Read more

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Petcore Europe, the organisation representing the entire European PET value chain, has welcomed eight new high-profile members in 2017 including Sidel, Plastipak and L'Oréal. Read more

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Petcore Europe’s Executive Director Patrick Peuch has handed over to Christian Crépet to lead Petcore Europe’s Board. Read more

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Petcore panel

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February was a very Circular Economy-focused month for EPPM and for European plastics in general. We look back on the last knowledge-packed 28 days. Read more

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Petcore Europe has requested representatives to join its ODR Working Group on Opaque and Difficult to Recycle PET Packaging. Read more

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Petcore

The Petcore Europe Conference in Brussels on February 1st highlighted challenges from a range of stakeholders Read more

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The Petcore Europe Conference 2017 focused on how plastics processors navigate the Circular Economy. But just how much does the industry need to do, or can do, and how much is up to consumer choice? Read more

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A recent report puts PET collection and recycling rates on a five per cent increase, with over half of all plastic bottles in Europe being collected for recycling. Read more

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  • Christian Crépet, Executive Director of Petcore Europe

    HorstWagner.eu

    Christian Crépet, Executive Director of Petcore Europe

    Christian Crépet, Executive Director of Petcore Europe, speaking during this year's conference in Brussels, February.

  • Response and responsibility

    via Shutterstock

    Response and responsibility

    There is much doom and gloom surrounding plastics and politics currently, and rightly so.

  • Speakers

    Jean-Yves Limet

    Speakers

    Speakers of the event (L-R) Robin Latchem; Christian Crépet; MEP Theresa Griffin; MEP Maria Spyraki; Patricia Fosselard; Gian De Belder; Sarah Nelen; and Grzegorz Radziejewski

  • Laure Baillargeon (DG Grow)

    HorstWagner.eu

    Laure Baillargeon (DG Grow)

    Laure Baillargeon (DG Grow)

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