The elimination of agricultural plastics is a real problem for plant producers (market gardener, arborist, horticulturalist, winegrower, cereal grower, etc.). New solutions are appearing. Biodegradable, Biobased, Biocompostable ... What are they really? What a difference ? What prospects?
The program :
VEGEPOLYS VALLEY and POLYMERIS offer you to study the subject with experts and through French and European testimonies.
9h-9h10: Introduction of the Symposium by the 2 poles
VEGEPOLYS VALLEY and POLYMERIS
9:10 am-10:10am: The experts speak
What does the regulation say? Where are the end-of-life management techniques for plastics? What are the latest advances in research in biobased polymers?
2 experts will intervene to draw up the state of the art and future advances: Laurent MASSACRIER - GBCC and Vincent VERNEY - Clermont Auvergne University
10.10 a.m.-10.30 a.m .: An example of an innovation
project The European Citruspack project is a perfect illustration of the implementation of a circular economy ranging from the recovery of plant by-products to the development of a bio-based plastic.
Sylvie CHARREL - Polymeris, project partner.
10:30 am-11:30am: Solutions and their implementation
Suppliers and users will present what they have implemented and what they offer in relation to plastics in plant production systems.
David TRIOUX - MCPLAST, Guillaume LEBOUTEILLER - NaturePlast, Arnaud TROHEL - Recyouest, Angel RODRIGUEZ - Bioplants and Anne-Laure GILLES - Trioplast