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Vanden Recycling MD Announced as Expert Panelist at Resource Infrastructure Conference 2020

The managing director of plastics recycling firm, Vanden Recycling, has been announced as the latest addition to the expert panel for the Resource Infrastructure Conference on 24th March 2020.

David Wilson will be joining individuals from the Textile Recycling Association, Recycling Association, ADBA and FCC environment in the session tackling the question of: “What infrastructure is required?”.

David comments,

“It’s a privilege to be a panel member at the Infrastructure Conference. It’s a dynamic time in recycling with the highest levels of public engagement I have ever seen and new legislation coming down the tracks. Having the opportunity to exchange views and ideas at this event about how to make concrete progress is exactly what we need at the start of this new decade.”

As part of the panel, David will focus on why plastic recycling needs to become ingrained within supply chains to achieve sustainability. David will also share practical advice on simplifying polymers, material recovery and diverting plastic scrap from landfill. Held at the iconic London landmark, The Shard, the launch of the first Resource Infrastructure Conference aims to provide attendees with the opportunity to network with key figures in the infrastructure, waste management and plastic recycling sectors.

Event organisers, Letsrecycle.com commented,

“The Resource Infrastructure conference will support the UK’s drive towards a more sustainable approach to waste management by providing a platform to discuss the UK’s waste and resource infrastructure requirements. The conference will tackle key topics such as plans for the next few years, funding and acquisitions and a range of cases studies from across the sector.”

You can learn more about Resource Infrastructure Conference 2020, and book your ticket here, or learn more about Vanden Recycling at www.vandenrecycling.co.uk.

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