17th Latin America PET Packaging, Polyester & Recycling Advances Summit

Nov 20, 2019 to Nov 21, 2019
Marquis Reforma Hotel & Spa
Av. Paseo de la Reforma 465
Cuauhtémoc , 06500
Mexico


With consumers becoming more conscious about plastic usage & sustainability, more and more plastic bottles are being recycled. Will the supply of recycled PET flakes outpace demand? And how will it impact producers all along the polyester value chain?
 
The17th Annual LAPET Polyester & Recycling Mexico (LAPET) conference brings together recyclers, packaging companies and brand owners to figure out how the streams of polyethylene terephthalate will feed the growing, if sluggish, demand in North America.
 
Elliott Frisch of Nexant presents Global and North American PET Feedstocks Outlook.  He paints the supply and demand picture for PET ingredients para-xylene, ethylene gycol monomer (MEG) and purified terephthalic acid. While the capacity for reducing bottles to these constituents via chemical recycling grows, so does the capacity to make the virgin materials. Read an abstract of Elliot's presentation here.

Other topics at the summit include:

  • Outlook for PX-PTA Polyester Value Chain 2020
  • Global & Mexican Brands on Sustainability Goals
  • Confirmed speakers include PepsiCo, Unilever, L’Oréal
  • Inter-regional competition for RPET content
  • Chemical Recycling Reality
  • BioPlastics Progress towards Circularity
  • ECOCE’s 2019 Guidelines

 

 

Speakers

Elliot Frisch

Analyst

Expertise:
Technoeconomics, styrenics, butadiene derivatives, aromatics, and green chemicals.
Elliot Frisch has supported key projects with technical and market research and technoeconomic analysis.  He has authored several Nexant subscriber reports on technology, market analytics, and price and profitability forecasts with areas of focus in styrenics, butadiene derivatives,...read more