The 2nd edition of AMI’s Plastics Regulations US 2019 conference will take place on December 10-11, 2019 at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center, in Pittsburgh, PA.
The two-day program will provide expert analysis and guidance on a range of international legislative and regulatory issues that impacts on polymer producers, compounders, processors, and end users doing business in the US and beyond.
The conference will provide a rare opportunity to gain focused advice on a range of compliance issues at one event, and a cost and time efﬁcient way to protect and future-proof your business. Legal and regulatory experts will cover new and impending regulations in areas such as food contact materials, biocides, nanomaterials, microplastics, medical devices, plastic recycling, and various application specific legal requirements. They will explain the real implications of forthcoming legislation in practical terms, highlighting the actions that different players in the plastics supply chain need to take to achieve compliance. Speakers also highlight areas of potential concern for the plastics industry going forward and recommended action to minimize negative impacts.
Food contact legislation is another evolving subject that has signiﬁcant implications for the suppliers of polymers, additives, compounds and masterbatch, as well as the producers of food packaging and food processing equipment. Legal experts will review existing and planned regulations in this area and will provide advice on how to meet them. Speakers will also address other areas of legislation that have critical implications for the plastics industry, including the use of recycled plastics, biocides, nanomaterials, and medical devices.
Do you need to promote your products and services to this targeted audience?
Find out how you can become a speaker, exhibitor, or sponsor for this event by contacting the Coordinator;
Emily Nicholson, Conference Organiser
T/ +44 (0) 117 314 8111