APR Press Release: APR Announces 2021 Plastics Recycling Educational Webinar Series
Empowering action and communicating the value of recycled plastics.
The Association of Plastics Recyclers (APR) today announced the 2021 Plastics Recycling Educational Webinar Series to empower action across the plastics value chain that will contribute to the success of plastics recycling.
As The Voice of Plastics Recycling® APR developed this year's series to highlight effective initiatives focused on increasing the supply, enhancing the quality, expanding the demand, and communicating the value of recycled plastics.
Each webinar will be held at 2:00 pm Eastern Time with topics including:
- Wednesday, March 31st - The Value of Postconsumer Resin (PCR) and The APR PCR Certification Program
- Wednesday, April 21st - Complete the Cycle of Recycling. Buy Recycled!
- Wednesday, May 19th - The APR Design® Guide for Plastics Recyclability Crash Course *Sponsored by The U.S. Plastics Pact
- Wednesday, June 16th - Plastics Recycling Legislative Update
"Market demand monetizes the system and drives the recycling supply chain," commented Steve Alexander, APR President & CEO. "This year's series elevates the focus on the value of postconsumer recycled material, which is the key ingredient to plastics circularity."
Learn how you can contribute to the growth and success of this vibrant industry. Complete session descriptions, presenters, and registration links are available here on the APR website.
APR VP of Communications & Public Affairs
The Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) is The Voice of Plastics Recycling®. As the international trade association representing the plastics recycling industry, membership includes independent recycling companies of all sizes, processing numerous resins, as well as consumer product companies, equipment manufacturers, testing laboratories, organizations, and others committed to the success of plastics recycling. APR advocates the recycling of all plastics. Visit www.PlasticsRecyling.org for more information.