Collaborate, learn, and do business.
The Plastics Recycling World Expo brings together industry leaders, experts, and enthusiasts from the global plastics recycling industry for two days of networking, knowledge sharing and innovation with the sole purpose to do business.
With your free ticket, you'll gain access to an extensive exhibit showcasing the latest advancements in plastics recycling. Additionally, by accessing the co-located Plastics Extrusion World Expo and Compounding World Expo, you can benefit from the crossover within these industries.
Explore our three focused conference theatres, featuring a dynamic two-day programme filled with technical presentations, seminars, and industry debates. Engage with industry experts, expand your network and stay at the forefront of industry advancements by joining us in Brussels.
New for 2024
The expo is heading to Brussels!
As an 'Alpha city', Brussels is home to the European Headquarters of many international materials and manufacturing companies. It is also the major centre for policymaking on issues such as recycling strategies and chemical regulations. With fantastic transport connections, Brussels is easily accessible from major industrial hubs across Benelux, North Rhine-Westphalia, Northern France and beyond.
Chemical Recycling Zone
The Plastics Recycling World Expo will feature the Chemical Recycling Zone. Chemical recycling is a fast growing and dynamic sector and 50% of past attendees expressed an interest to meet with suppliers and learn about their technologies.
Are you a start-up with a new technology, material, or process? Our brand new Start-up zone is the perfect place to showcase your products and services to the recycling industry.
Maximise your time at the co-located show
We know it's important to make the most of your time when attending an expo. That's why the co-located shows will now feature the Plastics Extrusion World Expo and a Polymer Testing Zone to provide visitors with enhanced crossover opportunities and a comprehensive experience within the broader compounding industry.