Fully Circular Solutions to Combat the Climate Crisis

Kevin Lifsey

Presented by Christiane Waldron, Neste

It is projected that we will be producing 600 Million Metric Tons of Plastics annually by 2030.

Not only that, according to the World Wildlief fund, as much as 300 Million tons of Plastic will be accumulated in our oceans by 2030. When will this end?

The need for circularity is not just important, it is critical to our planet, our oceans and our survival.

We have a duty to develop an Ecosystem to recycle plastics and reduce plastic waste from ending up in our landfills and our oceans.

Neste and its partners help keep plastics in circulation and reduce the need to direct these material streams to landfills, while also helping to prevent littering of the environment. Chemical recycling complements mechanical recycling as it enables efficient recycling of colored, multi-layer, multi-material packaging and films back into high-quality raw material for new renewable plastic.

In this presentation, we will talk about building Neste's Ecosystem to produce Renewables and Drop-in Recycled products that will help us be fully circular.

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