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13-15 Nov, 2019 - Bali, INDONESIA

The Anvaya Beach Resort Bali

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13 Nov, 2019 - Wednesday

Separately Bookable
Circularity & Recycling Business Unit Tours @ AQUA
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06:45

Assemble at hotel lobby

07:00

Leave Hotel

08:00

Serangan Beach

This is where pressure with ocean plastics waste starts – We will meet local hero community and how they face this problem and their initiatives to tackle it

09:00

SMP Wisata Sanur

A school linked to the education on waste management including plastics for the next generation

10:00

Waste pickers community – Tohpati Denpasar

Looking at the role of the informal sector and how Danone is contributing

11:00

Danone Aqua – Recycling Business Unit – Tohpati Denpasar

12:00

Debriefing at Danone Aqua Plant

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Leave back to Hotel

15:00

Arrive Hotel

14 Nov, 2019 - Thursday

08:00

Registration

09:00

Chairman’s Welcome Remarks

09:05

Presentation by Key Experts in Plastics Waste Management

  • Initiatives on improving recovery rates
  • Upgrading waste collection infrastructures & , separation & dedicated deposit systems
  • Regulations updates

i) Indonesia

Christine Halim, Chairlady

The Indonesian Plastic Recycling Association (ADUPI)

ii) Australia - Moving on from China Ban

  • Transformation of the recycling and resource recovery industry
  • Developing better methods to process and re-use more recyclable materials domestically
  • Harmonizing different states waste regulations
  • Working together with councils and industry to encourage investment in recycling infrastructure and technology
  • Container deposit scheme review
 

Peter Tamblyn, President

Australian Council of Recycling ( ACOR)

10:05

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

10:45

iii) Taiwan

Sofie Lin, Head of International Business

Da Fon Enviromental Technology Co., Ltd

iv) Philippines

Crispian Lao, Founding President

Philippine Alliance for Recycling and Materials Sustainability (PARMS)

11:45

Discussion followed by Lunch

13:20

Afternoon Chairman’s Introduction

Brandowners 3R’s Initiatives & Recycled Plastics Targets

13:30

Towards the goal of achieving Volvo Cars ambition to use 25% recycled plastics in all newly launched cars by 2025

         Challenges and opportunities in implementing recycled plastics from a vehicle perspective

-                             Requirements for recycled plastics in high end automotive applications

-                             Key factors for success

Dr. Sandra Tostar, Technical Specialist Polymer Material Application

Volvo Car Group

14:00

Hungry for change: Tackling the packaging problem with food delivery

14:30

Newcycling® - A Innovative Alternative to Chemical Recycling

15:05

Discussion followed by Tea

15:30

Chemical Recycling Technology to Convert Mixed Plastics Waste into Virgin Quality Polymer – Highlighting the Prospects in Asia

16:00

Solving ocean plastic on the frontline with Project STOP

16:30

Waste governance as the best & comprehensive solution

17:00

Discussion. End of Summit Day 1

17:30


14 Nov 2019
18:30 - 20:30 hrs. Networking Dinner 
for all Speakers & Participants

(Please gather at lobby at 18:15 hrs.)

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Ma Joly is an outdoor beachfront setting with a natural Balinese theme well entangled in its intricacies makes Ma Joly’s Pergola area perfect for those seeking an intimate and unique Dining experience.
A romantic feel coupled with a taste of delicacy sets for a memorable evening in Ma Joly Restaurant & Lounge.


15 Nov, 2019 - Friday

09:00

Chairman’s Remarks

Peter Tamblyn, President

Australian Council of Recycling ( ACOR)

09:10

Recycling beyond China & the impact of the Basel changes - thriving in a disrupted market

09:40

Enzymatic Green Tech Solutions to Degrade Plastics Waste

Mei Shan Liew, Founder

Taraph Technologies

10:20

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

10:50

Biodegradable packaging made from starch

Dr. Asmuwahyu Saptoraharjo, Technical Advisor

PT Intera Lestari Polimer (Enviplast )

11:20

Developments in Food Grade rHDPE

11:50

Upcycling hard-to-recycle plastics to outdoor furniture

12:20

Final Discussion

12:30

Lunch and End of Conference.

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