Warsaw Plast Expo Conference 2022

Plastics are a material that is fundamentally innovative. From the chemical side, it is more than 100 different types of polymers or polymeric combinations, which, depending on what we need them for, can be used in virtually every area of life.

The ability to design polymeric materials with diverse properties also makes them play an important role in the development of medicine or the transportation industry (aviation, automotive, space).

However, the rapid development of this area of the economy has caused the world to face entirely new challenges. The most serious problem is the generation of huge amounts of plastic waste. In addition, they are produced from oil, a non-renewable resource that may run out in the near future.

The answer to this is the idea of a closed-loop economy, in which the end of a product’s life is also the beginning of the life of a new product or service. All materials are consumed, their added value is maximized. Waste is completely eliminated. The need to extract new raw materials is also eliminated.

If these risks are taken into account, it becomes clear that the essential innovation in the plastics industry is the search for ecological solutions for polymeric materials.

Seminar "The future of plastics - biopolymers and regranulates?"

Day I of the Fair

  1. technological and legislative challenges facing bioplastics and regranulates,
  2. biomaterials solutions
  3. solutions in the field of biomaterials
  4. technological aspect of biopolymer processing
  5. 5regranulates
  6. 6recycling of plastics
  7. Panel discussion. Topic: “Can bioplastics and regranulates become the future of the plastics industry?”.

The partner of the Fair and the Warsaw Plast Expo conference is GRUPA AZOTY S.A. and the PLASTECHO magazine (Media Patron), while the substantive cooperation and the Substantive Partnership were taken up by industry institutes:

  • Łukasiewicz Research Network – Lodz Institute of Technology

The event is aimed at industries that use granulates in their production processes, especially industries such as automotive, construction, joinery, electrical engineering, household appliance manufacturers, among others.