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The two-day event will centre around speeches, open and interactive debates and quality panel discussions. Read more

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She Runs

VinylPlus

VinylPlus championed the sustainable use of PVC at the running event She Runs – Active Girls’ Lead 2019, which gathered 2,500 young women aged 14-18 to race through Paris. Read more

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the seventh VinylPlus Sustainability Forum will be held in the Czech capital Prague

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‘Accelerating Innovation’ is the theme of the seventh VinylPlus Sustainability Forum which will explore key drivers of innovation that support the PVC industry's targets within the circular economy when representatives from the entire value chain Read more

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VinylPlus is continuing its commitment to supporting a sustainable framework for the PVC value chain in Europe by launching its new VinylPlus Product Label. Read more

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VinylPlus has revealed its programme featuring industry speakers and panel discussions to share visions on the potential of the industry. 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 VinylPlus Sustainability Forum will be in Madrid in May, with a focus on using PVC to meet the needs of a growing global population. Read more

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As EPPM kicks off Construction Month this July, we take a look at some of the key statistics relating to plastics and its place in the European construction sector. Read more

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VinylPlus Sustainability Forum 2017 reshapes the PVC industry

Physically and metaphorically, the VinylPlus Sustainability Forum in Berlin last week is continuing to reshape the global PVC industry. Rose Brooke shares her report of the conference. Read more

16 May 2017 16:41 editor's blog

Pipe extruder Molecor will join efforts to plan the circular economy at the Vinyl Sustainability Forum on May 10. Read more

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Some 600,000 tonnes of PVC were recycled within the VinylPlus framework in 2016, turning PVC into a sustainability pioneer plastic after years of being the 'black sheep'. Read more

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Brigitte Dero

VinylPlus

The VinylPlus Sustainability Forum will bring together PVC stakeholders with policy makers on May 10th – 11th 2017. Read more

industry

The fifth VinylPlus Sustainability Forum is championing the Circular Economy theme, addressing the challenges facing the PVC industry. Read more

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VinylPlus is marking a spectacular summer '16 of sport by publishing a brochure celebrating the vital role PVC has played in producing the iconic sporting venues of the world. Read more

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TEPPFA members have committed to ambitious new plastic pipe recycling targets in Europe exceeding current targets set by VinylPlus. But these volumes will only be met if the EU reviews its legislation preventing some additives from being recycled. Read more

industry

Leading the world by example, Europe recycled over 500,000 tonnes of PVC in 2015 according to VinylPlus, which revealed its figures at its fourth Vinyl Sustainability Forum in Vienna. Read more

industry

VinlPlus, the sustainable development programme of the European PVC industry, has revealed that PVC recycling is behind 1,000 jobs created in Europe, where 481,000 tonnes of the material was recycled in 2014. Read more

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The UK has emerged as the leading PVC waste contributor in Europe according to Recovinyl. Read more

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VinylPlus, the European PVC industry sustainable development programme, recycled 362,076 tonnes of PVC last year. The target is to be recycling 800,000 tonnes per year by 2020. Read more

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  • the seventh VinylPlus Sustainability Forum will be held in the Czech capital Prague

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    the seventh VinylPlus Sustainability Forum will be held in the Czech capital Prague

    The seventh VinylPlus Sustainability Forum will be held in the Czech capital Prague

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