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May 19, 2023

WasteTrade at PRSE 2023: Changing Course to a Greener Future

WasteTrade at PRSE 2023

Last week, WasteTrade exhibited at the Plastics Recycling Show Europe (PRSE) 2023 in Amsterdam. Over the course of two days, we had the chance to meet and network with a broad range of individuals and organisations from within the plastics recycling industry throughout Europe and around the world. We found the event to be a very enriching and productive experience, as we had the opportunity to engage in fascinating conversations with other leaders in the recycling and sustainability spaces.

A Showcase of Innovation

PRSE 2023 provided an excellent platform for waste management professionals, recycling experts, and sustainability advocates to come together and showcase their latest innovations and advancements in the industry. Throughout the trade show, we were able to explore the latest trends, technologies, and best practices that are shaping the future of plastics recycling. We were particularly impressed with the wide array of innovative solutions being developed to tackle the issue of plastic waste, from advanced recycling processes to the creation of new materials and products made from recycled plastic.

Meaningful Conversations

One of the highlights of our time at PRSE 2023 was the opportunity to engage in interesting and thought-provoking conversations with other leaders in the recycling and sustainability spaces. We exchanged ideas, shared experiences, and discussed the various challenges and opportunities that the plastics recycling industry currently faces. These discussions allowed for a better understanding of the perspectives of our peers and helped to foster a sense of collaboration within the industry.

We were particularly inspired by the passion and dedication exhibited by the individuals we met at the trade show. It was clear that, despite the numerous challenges the industry faces, there is a strong drive and commitment to finding innovative and effective solutions that will pave the way towards a more sustainable future.

Networking and New Contacts

Throughout PRSE 2023, we were thrilled to make many new contacts within the plastics recycling industry. Meeting these individuals and learning about their work in the sector not only expanded our knowledge and understanding of the industry, but also opened up potential avenues for professional relationships and partnerships. We are excited to explore these opportunities further and continue working together to develop and implement effective solutions to the pressing issue of plastic waste.

Gratitude and Future Opportunities

We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who visited our stand during PRSE 2023. Your interest, curiosity, and enthusiasm for our work at WasteTrade made our time at the trade show all the more rewarding and enjoyable. We are truly grateful for the connections we made, and we look forward to keeping in touch and nurturing these relationships into the future.

As we reflect on our experience at PRSE 2023, we are filled with a renewed sense of motivation and determination to continue our work in the plastics recycling industry. We are more convinced than ever that, by working together and sharing our knowledge, expertise, and resources, we can overcome the challenges that lie ahead and push forward the shift to a more sustainable circular economy with net zero waste.


WasteTrade’s participation in PRSE 2023 was a truly enriching and valuable experience that allowed us to gain new insights, make meaningful connections, and explore potential avenues for collaboration within the plastics recycling industry. We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to have been part of this important event and would like to once again thank everyone who visited our stand and contributed to our experience at the trade show.

As we move forward, we remain committed to our mission of promoting and supporting sustainable practices within the waste management sector. With the knowledge and insights gained from PRSE 2023, we are eager to further enhance the services we offer at WasteTrade. We will continue to develop new strategies, invest in cutting-edge technologies, and collaborate with industry partners to ensure we are at the forefront of innovation in the sector.

We also recognise the importance of engaging with the wider community, sharing our knowledge, and raising awareness about the importance of recycling and sustainability. In the coming months, we will be participating in various industry events, workshops, and conferences to further strengthen our presence and impact within the plastics recycling ecosystem.

As we embark on this exciting journey, we are immensely grateful for the support, encouragement, and inspiration we have received from our partners, clients, and peers. It is with this collective spirit that we believe we can truly make a difference in addressing the global issue of plastic waste.

In closing, we once again express our gratitude to everyone who made our time at PRSE 2023 such an incredible experience. We are excited about the future of the plastics recycling industry, and we look forward to sharing our journey with you as we continue to strive for a more sustainable world.

Thank you, and we hope to see you at future industry events!

The WasteTrade Team

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