Plastics Recycling Show India 2024 to augment sustainable business practices

The Expo aims to bring together stakeholders in plastics recycling from across India and work on furthering the conversation around plastics recycling.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 04 Apr 2024 Views icon1097 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
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The inaugural edition of Plastics Recycling Show India will be held from 4 to 6 December 2024 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.

The Expo aims to bring together stakeholders in plastics recycling from across India and work on furthering the conversation around plastics recycling.

With India seeing a total market volume of 9.9 million tons in 2023 and a projection to reach 23.7 million tons by 2032 growing at a CAGR of 9.86% from 2024 to 2032, PRSI 2024 promises to be a pivotal event for industry stakeholders.

The three-day expo and high-level plastics recycling and sustainable packaging conference will unite delegates, thought leaders, innovators, and technology providers in the plastics recycling industry, fostering collaborations, and driving meaningful progress towards a sustainable future. Suppliers, manufacturers, technology specialists, waste managers, consultants, and emerging players in the industry will convene to explore business opportunities under one roof.

At the conference that runs alongside the show, international experts will address key themes including circular economy principles, sustainable packaging, regulations, challenges, opportunities, innovations, technologies and trends, and share insights and experiences from across the plastics sector to promote a green future.

The unveiling of PRSI 2024 followed an illuminating roundtable conference held in Mumbai, where industry thought leaders converged to address the pressing challenges and opportunities in plastics recycling.

Panellists including representatives from the Bureau of Indian Standards, Alliance to End Plastic Waste, INDIAN PLASTICS INSTITUTE – IPI, Mumbai Sustainability Centre, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and other influential stakeholders, engaged in insightful discussions on enhancing recycling infrastructure, incentivization of waste management, deficiencies within the sector, streamlining regulatory frameworks, and fostering collaboration across the value chain.


India's plastics industry serves as a key economic growth driver, contributing significantly across sectors such as automotive, construction, electronics, healthcare, textiles, and FMCG. With India's plastic recycling of an average 13% surpassing the global average of 9% and outperforming some developed economies that recycled only 4%, the nation's ambitious recycling approach aims to inspire global leaders in combating plastic pollution.

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