EAI invites delegates for India’s first Bioplastics Summit

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Reputed energy consultancy Energy Alternatives India (EAI) has brought together the best brains in the sustainable packaging industry to organize the first India Bioplastics Summit 2017 at Bengaluru on 24th & 25th November 2017. The summit is a two-day conference for presenting some of the emerging business opportunities in bioplastics, and how entrepreneurs can benefit from them. Apart from Bioplastics, other alternatives to plastic packaging such as bio-based food package like bagasse plates, arecanut leaf cutlery, corn starch and other biodegradable products will also be discussed.

EAI has invited a wide range of speakers for the conference including global and Indian bioplastics suppliers, promising Bioplastics startups, companies producing related eco-friendly products, end-users of Bioplastics, researchers and others. The eminent speakers are: Dr. Harsh D. Jadia, Sr. Scientist, Enviro Remediation & Research Laboratory, Dr. Marcy Newman, Daily Dump, Narasimhan Santhanam, EAI, Stefan Barot, Senior Business Director – Bioplastics, Total-Corbion; Ashwath Hegde, Co-founder & Director, Global GoGreen IMPEX; Nishant Singhal, COO, Ecoware, Kurian Mathew, Managing Director, Bio-lutions eco tech, Vinayaka Gangavathi, Procurement Manager, BigBasket, Gaurav Madhu, Joint Director, Indian Institute of Packaging; and many more.

Companies investing big in Bioplastics like BASF, Corbion and Natureworks have confirmed presence for the conference. In addition to these, we also have representation from product firms such as Biolutions, Saveglobe, Greendiamz, Ecoware and end-users like Big Basket and Amazon. EAI invites small entrepreneurs and startup businesses keen on exploring the Indian Bioplastics market, government officials and NGOs keen on reducing environmental pollution to participate in the summit and gain insights.

Date: 30.10.2017 | Source: EAI Bioplastics

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