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Rescheduled of event Africa PET & Recycling
  • Networking Reception Sponsor
  • Exhibitor
  • Promotion Partner
  • Promotion Partner

"Exploring PET & rPET opportunities in Africa
from food-contact applications"

"Availability of Africa’s rPET to meet demand in Europe"

Will domestic fibre demand compete for rPET materials ?"

"Status of collection rates and investments in
recycling infrastructure and reclaimation facilities"

"Market outlook on other recycled polyolefins including rHDPE, rPP"

CMT PET Series

CMT PET Series offer up to date business information on regional PET Resin & Packaging markets in Asia (PET Asia Outlook), Europe (GEPET), Middle East & Africa (MEAPET & MENAPET), Latin America (LAPET), South/Central Americas, Andean & Caribbean (SAPET & SCAPET), North America (NAPET) and Japan (JPET). 

Our program incorporates latest market and technological developments in the entire PET Value Chain, from PET Resin and Raw Materials (PX/PTA/MEG), to PET Preform and Packaging Productions, to Recycling.

Upcoming 2020 PET events include:
- 21st GEPET Polyester & Recycling
| 30 Sep-1 Oct, Lisbon - PORTUGAL
- 8th SCAPET Recycling & Food Contact Plastics | 6-7 Oct, Lima - PERU
- 18th LAPET, Sustainability & Recycling Food Contact Plastics | 21-22 October, Guadalajara - MEXICO

Past Events
Past CMT PET Events 

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Ghana aims for circular economy with WEF’s Global Plastic Action Partnership

Posted on : 10 Mar, 2020

Ghana has become the first country in Africa to sign up for the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP). The move is expected to enable Ghana to address its burgeoning plastic waste and pollution problem.
Being one of the fastest growing economies, Ghana is experiencing high levels of pollution from plastic production and unmanaged waste.
GPAP is expected to put a fast-track plan where Ghana’s public, private and civil society sectors will work hand-in-hand towards a circular economy that makes plastics manufacturing and plastics use sustainable.
Ghana has also implemented a National Plastics Management Policy to tackle the use of single-use plastic. In addition, the country is looking at sustainable approaches to plastic material design, recycling and waste management infrastructure as well as implementing circular economy and waste management initiatives at the grassroots.
The United Nations Development Programme is expected to partner and advise Ghana’s initiatives in waste resource recovery while GPAP will provide a platform allowing those involved in these diverse initiatives to collaborate, share best practices and scale up solutions.
Find out more about sustainable and circular economy initiatives in Ghana at CMT’s Africa PET & Recycling on 24-25 June, 2020 in Accra, Ghana.
Contact Hafizah at or call +65 6817 5744 for more details.