Re:Plastics – Reshaping Plastics in Aotearoa New Zealand
Bringing together best-practice guidance with information on our local systems and capabilities, Re:Plastics provides the tools you need to achieve your circular economy targets.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support provided by the Waste Minimisation Fund, which is administered by the Ministry for the Environment.
We’re holding our webinar at 11am on the 12th of November and would love it if you can join us! Finishing up with an open Q&A until 12:15, we’ll cover the following aspects of the program:
- The background & vision for Re:Plastics.
- How the programme fits with the government’s priorities.
- Key insights – what we heard from the market during development.
- The Re:Plastics Design Guide – available for free download from our new website.
- The Re:Plastics Workshops – subsidised* sessions where you will develop your pathway to circularity.
- CircularConnect – our design advisory with co-funding* available for circular plastics projects.
Date: Friday 12 November 2021
Time: 11:00am – 12:15pm
REGISTER YOUR INTEREST
Our fabulous speakers:
- Rachel Barker, CEO, Plastics NZ
- Louise Nash, Founder & CEO, Circularity and XLabs
- Liz Butcher, Senior Policy Analyst, Ministry for the Environment
- Samantha Walmsley-Bartlett, Environmental Strategist, Circularity
- Allysa Smales, Human Research & Insights, Circularity
- Sandy Botterill, Circular Economy Manager, Plastics NZ
- Bree Asmuss, Design Strategist, Circularity
- Katie Glasgow-Palmer, Engagement Analyst, Circularity
* There are a limited number of subsidised places for the training workshops over the next two years. We’ll share how this can be accessed during the webinar. For information on the co-funding for CircularConnect please visit.