• Virtual Conference on " PLASTICS PACKAGING WASTE MANAGEMENT: SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTION ( PART-2)- Deriving Value from Post- Consumer Multilayer Packaging ( MLP) Waste will be organised in association with M.G.University, Kottyam, Kerala on 21st October, 2021 at 3 PM.
  • On-Line Short term during ( 40 hours) Certificate Program on " Innovative Packaging and Sustainability", Organized by Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences, University of Delhi with FIPS as Knowledge Partner. The course was held on 26th July to 28th September, 2021.
  • Virtual Conference on " Pathways to a Profitable Recycling Enterprise" ( Part-1) under the series conference on " Plastic Packaging waste Management" was held on 29th July,2021. Mr R. R.Rashmi, Rtd IAS, Former Chief Secretary, Manipur & Distinguished Fellow, TERI will be the Chief Guest.
  • FIPS in association with Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC), Govt of India will organize Virtual Conference on  "Patient friendly Packaging for Pharmaceuticals"  on 2nd August, 2021 at 3 PM. Dr Rajeev Singh Raghuvanshi, Secretary cum Scientific Director, IPC will be the Chief Guest to inaugurate this conference.

Material Recycling the voice of India Recycling Industry Dec 2020 – Jan 2021

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The recycling of PET bottles has gained worldwide acceptance over the past 20 years and has become a model for the circular economy in plastics. This development has been driven forward by EREMA’s bottle-to-bottle innovations. The Austrian recycling machine manufacturer has set new standards in this respect time and again, particularly with their VACUREMA® technology, which is the heart of the new VACUNITE® process. As a result, PET bottles with a high recyclate content – a feature indicated clearly on the label – are now an increasingly common sight on shop shelves. The demand for EREMA’s innovative PET recycling technologies is growing worldwide across the entire PET segment.

“Despite declining sales of beverages due to the Corona pandemic and a tense situation in the recycling industry accounted for by the fall in the price of virgin material, interest in our PET recycling technologies remains high,” reports Christoph Wöss. One of the reasons for this is the advanced technologies that combine high product safety, stable processes and cost effectiveness. Another reason is that all well-known brand manufacturers, policy makers and society in general are now committed to making plastics recycling and the circular economy work. The EU has set out its position on this topic with targets for recycling quotas and minimum recycling levels in PET bottles.

EREMA estimates the total capacity of all PET recycling machines sold to date for various applications at 2.6 million tonnes per year, with the recent trend pointing clearly towards large scale systems processing 2,000 kg/h upwards.

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