PVC Recycling in Hospitals

4 October 2016
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, VIC

Initiated by the Vinyl Council of Australia, the PVC Recycling in Hospitals program is a world-leading partnership program recovering this valuable material for local reprocessing into new products, preventing it from being lost to landfill.

This forum, being run within Waste Expo 2016, will:
– share information so healthcare facilities can easily participate
– provide an update on the program in Australia and New Zealand
– address measures to take PVC Recycling in Hospitals to the next level
– ensure it becomes an efficient, effective, successful and integrated recycling program.

Booking required.

www.vinyl.org.au

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