Step by step to a circular economy
Fakuma 2023 supported a significant development: holistic product conceptualisation and the promotion of recycling and degradability. Design for recycling: this is the fundamental maxim - as of immediately … because plastic is a valuable resource which needs to be perceived as such to a much greater extent by the general public. The roundtable discussion on the subject of “Plastic – Recyclable Material Rather Than Problem Material” has demonstrated impressively that lots of clarification is still required in this area. Circular economy is neither just waste management or an environmental policy, nor is it simply industrial or economic policy – it’s everything together. This is why all involved parties are called upon to work together and tackle the challenges. The industry is now rolling up its sleeves in order to vigorously deal with the tasks of the months to come, and it’s looking forward to meeting again in Friedrichshafen with many further developments and future-oriented solutions at the 29th Fakuma from the 15th through the 19th of October, 2024.
Many thanks to all exhibitors, media partners and trade visitors for the successful 28th Fakuma!Fakuma 2023 showcased the latest, most efficient and currently most sustainable cutting-edge technologies in the plastics processing industry – live: creative new products, first-class world premieres, excellent know-how and ongoing innovative power!
In individual dialogue between exhibitors and trade fair visitors, many future-oriented plastics projects were discussed at Fakuma 2023, and value-added investment projects were set in motion.
The 29th Fakuma will take place in Friedrichshafen from 15 to 19 October 2024.
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