Upcoming international webinars

Date 16 December at 8:00 am Nairobi time (GMT+3)

“A Global Platform for Monitoring Marine Litter and Informing Action” Webinar that took place on Friday 6 December. Please find below the presentations for your reference.

As highlighted during the webinar, the white paper that was shared with you is a working document and will continue to evolve over the next few months. We welcome any input that you might have. 

For the latest version of the working document, please visit:  https://public.3.basecamp.com/p/HXsrCtNTdtQiCybiVtdfXp3o.

To submit your contributions please use the following form: https://form.jotform.com/93374457336162

The next webinar will take place on 16 December at 8:00 am Nairobi time (GMT+3) (the same content will be covered for Asia Pacific) through the following linkhttps://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8869041624137741837

Please note that this webinar will take place via GoTo Webinar, therefore we recommend you allow yourself a few minutes to register through the invitation link.

Additional follow-up webinars will be scheduled for January. We look forward to your continuous engagement. 

Warm regards, 

The Secretariat

The Global Partnership on Marine Litter

Date and Time : Dec 18, 2019 12:00 PM in Universal Time UTC

Chemical Recycling 101

#ChemicalRecycling Webinar by #BeWasteWise

Description: The focus on chemical recycling has intensified in the recent past. Many are looking at it as a solution to our mixed waste streams. But, what is chemical recycling and how does the process differ from recovery and mechanical recycling? We try to cover several aspects of these questions in this panel, moderated by Adam Read. We look at opportunities for chemical recycling to boost recycling rates and enable new materials to be targeted. We also discuss what are the barriers to wider implementation, including costs, perceptions and stakeholder interests. Finally, we will reflect on where chemical recycling fits into a circular economy and a revised waste hierarchy and its potential use in all geographies and locations.


Paula Luu is a Project Director at Closed Loop Partners, an investment and advisory services firm focused on building the circular economy.

Adrian Haworth was the Sales and Marketing Director of Recycling Technologies from 2013 to 2019 and continues as a consultant to the company.


Adam Read is the moderator of this interaction. He is the Director of External Affairs at SUEZ Recycling & Recovery.

Link to webinar