Ringier's plastic circular economy conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on December 5-6 last year was highly recognized. In this session, we will continue to explore recycling technologies and talk about the sustainability of the packaging field. We look forward to helping Malaysian plastics move towards a circular economy. The main axis of the conference is divided into four categories:
Beginning in January 2018, China banned the import of most of the world's recyclable plastics. However, Western countries turned to Southeast Asia, causing Southeast Asia to become a dumping ground for plastic waste in other countries. In Malaysia, it is also caused by the problems caused by waste plastics, such as environmental pollution and even human health injury. The government has imposed an import ban on plastic waste, but due to the implementation of illegal plastic recycling factories, the rise of illegal plastic recycling factories requires further legislation.
In October 2019, Malaysian Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin said that Malaysia just launched The White Paper on " AN ADVANCED PLASTICS RECYCLING INDUSTRY FOR MALAYSIA " in order to provide guidelines for plastic recycling and subsequently empower the local plastics industry. MP Che Vice President CC Cheah pointed out that Malaysia needs an advanced modern plastic recycling industry to develop into a sustainable economy, and he also said that "plastic recyclers may contribute three to four times to the Malaysian economy, estimated to reach 15 billion to 20 billion ringgit and increased investment in better technology, infrastructure and capacity enhancement, " Malaysia is also considered to play the most important role as a leader in the circular economy in the ASEAN region.
Ringier's plastic circular economy conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on December 5-6 last year received high praises for bringing international experts and technology suppliers to Malaysia. We look forward to continue providing you with a convenient platform for information exchange and business networking. The main theme of the conference is divided into three categories:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia