Alliance to End Plastic Waste We are a not-for-profit organization, partnering with the finance community, government and civil society, including environmental and economic development NGOs. We are working to make the dream of a world without plastic waste a reality. Click to read press release.
Association of Plastic Recyclers The international trade association representing the plastics recycling industry. Membership includes independent recycling companies, consumer product companies, equipment manufacturers, testing laboratories all committedto the success of plastics recycling.
CEFLEX is the collaborative initiative of a European consortium of companies representing the entire value chain of flexible packaging and continues the work of Project REFLEX and Project FIACE.
Circular Plastics Alliance aims to boost the EU market for recycled plastics to 10 million tonnes by 2025. The alliance covers the full plastics value chains and includes over 175 organisations representing industry, academia and public authorities.
ecoplas Promote the sustainable development of the plastic industry by promoting the correct and responsible use of its products, thus contributing to the defense and protection of the environment and to the improvement of the quality of life.
Operation Clean Sweep is an international program designed to prevent resin pellet, flake, and powder loss and help keep this material out of the marine environment.
Plastics NZ aims to provide business support services to members that improve the cost competitiveness of their businesses and keep them informed on key issues that will impact on and require changes to the way they operate.
The Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) represents the downstream hydrocarbon industry in the Arabian Gulf. Established in 2006, the association voices the common interests of more than 250 member companies from the chemical and allied industries, accounting for over 95% of chemical output in the Arabian Gulf region.
Created in 2018, by the Brazilian Association of the Plastic Industry (ABIPLAST), the Plastic Cooperation Network is the first Brazilian initiative to support the Circular Economy.