Conferences

bio!PAC 2021

Location

Düsseldorf, Germany
Maritim Airport Hotel

Organizer

Polymedia Publisher GmbH, co-organized by Green Serendipity

Dates

11 & 12 May 2021

Fee

EUR 899.00

Early Bird discount EUR 100, if you book before Feb 28, 2021. The discount will be deducted from your invoice. During registration the full amount of EUR 899.00 will be displayed.

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There are only 3 sources of renewable carbon plastics:

  • recycled plastics
  • biobased plastics from all types of biomass (waste streams)
  • CO2 based plastics

All three sources are essential for a complete transition to a circular economy. At the bio!PAC conference we focus on packaging based on biobased plastics and CO2 based plastics.

Packaging is necessary for:
» food safety
» prevention of product losses
» protection during transport and storage
» increasing shelf life
» sharing product information and marketing

But…
Most packaging is only used for a short period and therefore give rise to large quantities of waste. Accordingly, it is vital to make sure that packaging fits into natures eco-systems and therefore use the most suitable renewable carbon materials and implement the best ‘end-of-life’ solutions.

Renewable carbon packaging
» can be recyclable and/or compostable
» fits into the circular economy of the future
» is made from renewable resources or waste streams
» can offer environmental benefits in the end-of-life phase
» can offer innovative features and beneficial barrier properties
» helps to reduce the depletion of finite fossil resources and CO2 emissions

bio!PAC 2021

That‘s why bioplastics MAGAZINE (in cooperation with Green Serendipity) is now organizing the 4th edition of the bio!PAC – conference on packaging made from renewable carbon plastics, i.e. from renewable resources.

Experts from all areas of renewable carbon plastics and circular packaging will present their latest developments. The conference will also cover discussions like end-of-life options, consumer behavior issues, availability of agricultural land for material use versus food and feed etc.