Plastic waste is a problem for society as a whole -- K Trade Fair

Plastic waste is a problem for society as a whole

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Interview with Ulrich Reifenhäuser, CSO of the Reifenhäuser Group

Why is a circular economy important for plastics?

Why is that?

How can you change the behaviour of entire nations of consumers?

But end consumers are watching out for every last cent.

So it can’t be done without political guidelines?

What can mechanical engineering do to help?

Some plastic waste is difficult to recycle. What should you do?

Are plastics processors obliged to do this?

Scandinavian countries have taken a different approach by choosing to focus on incinerating plastic waste.

What is the best way to solve the problem of plastic waste?

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