Welcome to APE Europe

APE Europe is a professional association bringing together companies and organizations involved in agri-plastics.
APE provides a forum on non-packaging plastics products for agriculture for a sustainable, profitable production, and for a reliable agri-plastics waste management.
APE objective is to improve agri-waste recycling rate by the implementation of national collecting Schemes (NCS) all over Europe, exceeding national and European regulations requirements.
Every year, over 1 000 000 tons of agri-plastic wastes films are generated across Europe.  When collected, 100% of agri-plastics wastes are recyclable. By the NCS, development, APE Europe aims to provide farmers and growers with sustainable solutions for their agri-waste management.
APE Europe has been created in 2012.

Le plastique agricole

News

Call for paper, Plasticulture

Dear APE Europe member
Please find attached the call for paper for the next issue of Plasticulture.
Papers are due for June the 20th and Plasticulture will appear in September.
Do not hesitate to contact me for anything.
Best regards.

B. Le Moine
General manager
APE Europe

http://www.plastiques-agriculture.com/PDF_telechargeables/NewsLetters/PlasticultureLink_appel.pdf


"PLASTICULTURE", now managed by France, stays as the unique worldwide international magazine


It is important that the “PLASTICULTURE community” support it by subscription and articles. An action plan is under preparation and you will be informed shortly. A call for paper will be issued in March for the next 2016 issue. Subscribe now to receive “PLASTICULTURE 2015”: http://www.plastiques-agriculture.com/PDF_telechargeables/BdC_Plasticulture.pdf


Circular economy in Brussels

From March the first to the 3rd, Brussels and the Metropole Hotel will host the 23rd Annual Packaging Waste & sustainability Forum. This year, the central topic will be “fitting the circular economy into your business”. Then the European Commission is working on a new directive to enhance European businesses and consumers to make more efficiently the transition to a stronger circular economy, the Forum is the perfect place to get the latest information from all the industrial and political leaders involved in the waste management. Separately, please note also the EPR toolkit seminar, on the first of March, which will address the very hot topics surrounding the ever-growing discussion for European EPR systems.
To know more and/or register : Mickael Grech & Jenna Warren

registrations@agra-net.com

http://www.packagingwasteforum.com/