What Happened at Previous Events

Plasticity Hong Kong: 2013

Plasticity Hong Kong was held on June 6th, 2013, and brought together leading practitioners from plastic supply chains, procurement, and post-consumer waste management in a one-day conference. The innovation-packed agenda, addressed key issues such as:

- Measuring, managing and reducing plastic dependency
- Transforming waste streams into revenue streams
- Design opportunities in packaging and product development
- Plastic waste-to-power solutions
- Investor support for plastic up-cycling
- Reducing the global impact of plastic waste

We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting the next Plasticity Forum, likely in New York City, in 2014. Stay tuned for more information. Please add your name to our mailing list if you are interested to be involved as a sponsor, speaker or attendee.

“You could have a perfectly sustainable idea but if you can’t find the partners to help turn that idea into a product and, thereafter, to make that product into a commercial success, then we think that you’re not truly innovating. Plasticity is so exciting because it brings together a broad range of great minds across different areas in the same place at the same time. For Method that’s a rich environment for sharing ideas and creating partnerships which can ultimately help solve the challenges in designing and bringing to market sustainable products which people love and want to use.”
Phil King
Chief Person Against Dirty

“The Rio 20+ Plasticity event was perfectly organized … making this absolutely worthwhile to sponsor and attend. I truly look forward to the following Plasticity event next year. Congratulations to the organizers!”
Tom Domen
Long Term Innovation Manager

Waste Management Dialogue

On June 5th, we also hosted a session called “Hong Kong’s Waste Management Dialogue” at the HK Stock Exchange Auditorium, in coordination with the HK University’s Faculty of Law. Information is included below, but this event will also have a follow-on discussion for the community, in the coming months.

Waste Management Conflict Resolution