AMI's 2nd international conference on Green Chemistry in the polymer industry is scheduled for 19-21 March 2013 at the Maritim Hotel in Köln, Germany. There is a welcome reception on the first evening followed by a 2-day programme.
Petroleum resources are limited and take around 150 million years to replace, so alternatives must be found to ensure a viable long-term future. Green Polymer Chemistry 2013 is a forum to examine the latest developments in producing conventional polymers from sustainable sources including plants, waste and CO2. The conference brings together agricultural specialists, biotechnology experts, biochemists, the chemical and polymer industries, brand owners, market consultants and investors. The aim is to understand the market opportunities and to find economic routes to sustainable polymer synthesis.
Green Polymer Chemistry 2013 offers an excellent networking opportunity for environment and sustainability managers, business development professionals, chemical engineers, plastics manufacturers, researchers, and suppliers to the industry to debate sustainable solutions to the polymer industry supply challenges.
The International conference on manufacturing conventional plastics from unconventional sources will take place the 19-21 March 2013, at the Maritim Hotel, in Köln, Germany