Click here to view this email in your browser   August 2014
Dear readers,
Although in most of the European countries now this is the summer vacation period, but for the waste management business at any time it is dynamic. And it is because of the increasing quickly waste volumes all around the world. 
According to a new research, 80 per cent of the Europeans want their country to waste less. The survey on the "Attitudes of Europeans towards Waste Management and Resource Efficiency" indicates that 96 % of respondents say it is important for them that Europe uses its resources more efficiently: 68 % say this is very important for them, and just 3 % of respondents say this issue is not important.
With the present newsletter we remind you about ‘Save the Planet 2015’. The event is dedicated on waste management with a focus on South-East Europe. The countries from the Region are making significant efforts to improve the practices in the waste treatment, collection and recycling through an introduction of up-to-date technologies and position their brands on the perspective SEE market.
We are delighted to bring to your mail box the latest news about ‘Save the Planet’ 2015.
● 10% area discount till 1st October. If you take advantage of this early booking, you will get additional promotional options.  
● Austria is a long-term partner and the Austrian achievements in waste management will be presented at the Austrian Pavilion.
● The European Network of Environmental Professionals will participate in the Conference program with a session.
● 33 leading associations and media from all over the Europe have joined the strong event partners’ network. Plastics Recyclers Europe  and Recycling Industry are among them.

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Plastics Recyclers Europe was created in 1996 to represent plastics recyclers in Europe. It is located at Schuman in the heart of the European District in Brussels.

When created the association had 7 members. Currently Plastics Recyclers Europe has more than 115 members from all over the EU and this number will continue to grow.
In the first years of creation, PRE recycled 200 000 tonnes of plastic waste. Today this amount reached 2,5 million tonnes and will continue to grow.
PRE consists of 8 Working Groups. Working Groups were set up, in order to represent particular interest groups - depending on the type of the polymer or type of waste processed. These are so called vertical groups. There are as well 3 horizontal groups which interact and stay in relation to the vertical groups. Their aim is as well to strengthen the PRE’s structure and allow for communication between all of the groups.
Plastics Recyclers Europe Management Committee constitutes 14 members.
News from Plastics Recyclers Europe:  Weak collection of HDPE/PP bottle fractions in Europe
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