An Earth Day Update on the RCBC 2021 Circular Economy Conference
This Earth Day, The Recycling Council of BC (RCBC) is excited to provide new details around the 2021 Circular Economy Conference, taking place online this June 10-11.
Here are some of the topics that will be covered as we view the world of waste reduction through the lens of a new set of 3R’s: REFOCUS. RESTART. RENEW.
The Canadian Plastics Pact and the Circular Economy
The CPP seeks to bring leaders and experts together to envision how we as a society make, use, and reuse plastics packaging going forward. Managing Director George Roter will speak to how CPP plans to take action and create solutions that are tailored to Canada’s unique needs and challenges.
Reuse in the Age of Contagion
What do reuse models and systems look like in a pandemic world? This session will feature companies and organizations with first-hand experience with the challenges and opportunities around reuse in this age of social distancing and increased hygiene.
Facts & Myths On Compostable Plastics: An Update
In 2019, RCBC held a panel and workshop exploring this emerging class of materials. Dr. Love-Ese Chile from Grey to Green Sustainable Solutions, Emily McGill from BSIBio, and other experts will reconvene to explore the future of compostable plastics within the circular bio-economy.
More details on these and other sessions will be forthcoming over the next weeks.
Registration is now open, with preferred rates for RCBC members. We hope you can join us! If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RCBC 2021 Circular Economy Conference:
Refocus, Restart, Renew
RCBC is excited to announce its annual conference on the circular economy, taking place this year virtually from June 10-11. This year’s conference theme aims to focus on a set of 3R’s that is now on everyone’s minds: Refocus, Restart, Renew.
“We’re excited to leverage the advantages of a virtual platform to deliver engaging content and meaningful connections for conference attendees,” states RCBC executive director Lyndsay Poaps. “Thought-provoking speakers, global ideas, streamlined sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities—these are the elements the 2021 conference will provide.”
RCBC will announce the official program in the upcoming months, which will feature topics ranging from EPR programs, single-use items, compostable products, recycling communication, current trends in the recycling sector, and more.
Registration is now open. Stay tuned for sponsorship opportunities and registration options. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.