2 | PRC 2012: Exclusive info on plastics recycling
How effective is the resin code identification system in recycling and how should it be updated? What are some ways bale quality can be improved? Where are the markets for reclaimed material headed and what are the major issues my firm needs to be aware of in the coming year? These are just a few of the questions experts will tackle at the upcoming Plastics Recycling Conference in Atlanta.
Now in its sixth year, the Plastics Recycling Conference attracts the plastics recycling industry's best and brightest with its highly acclaimed agenda and dedication to recycling issues.
"The quality of the information was outstanding," said a plastics broker who attended the 2011 show in New Orleans. "I came here with a list of questions I needed answers to on materials pricing and between the speakers and the networking areas, I had most of it done by the end of the first day."
Every aspect of the Plastics Recycling Conference is designed to maximize quality information and accessibility for attendees. Not only are questions encouraged in the informative sessions, but attendees are provided excellent networking opportunities at the conference to connect with speakers, moderators, established recycling professionals and distinguished guests from any of the two dozen countries that routinely attend.
This level of information and interaction is something found nowhere else in plastics recycling.
The 2012 Plastics Recycling Conference will be held March 20-21 in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit www.plasticsrecycling.com.