The European PET Bottle Platform (EPBP) is a voluntary initiative, grouping technical experts in the field of PET production, design and recycling; together, they aim to provide an objective evaluation of new technologies and an independent assessment of their impact on PET recycling processes across Europe.
This initiative is supported by:
European Association of Plastic Recycling and Recovery Organisations (EPRO)
- Tel:+ 32 2 238 97 81
- Fax:+ 32 2 238 99 98
- Address:Koningin Astridlaan 59 b. 5, 1780 Wemmel, Belgium
European Association of Plastic Recycling and Recovery Organisations (EPRO) is the association of the national organisations charged with organising and promoting recycling and recovery of plastics throughout Europe. EPRO provides a unique forum for the leading specialists in plastics waste management from across Europe to exchange learning, develop integrated plastics packaging waste strategies and support technological development. EPRO is representing 19 national organisations from 15 European countries and South-Africa.
- Tel:+32 (0) 2 315 24 88
- Address:The Nestwork, Avenue de Broqueville 12, 1150 Brussels, Belgium
Petcore Europe is a non-profit European trade association based in Brussels. Petcore-Europe‘s mission is to ensure that the PET industry and its associations are aligned to deliver increased value and sustainable growth in the PET value chain, to ensure that PET is positioned and recognized as an environmentally sustainable packaging material, to validate and support innovative packaging solutions from a recycling perspective, and to work with relevant parties to ensure sustainable growth for post-consumer PET collection and the recycling of PET to meet the needs of the value chain.
Plastics Recyclers Europe (PRE)
- Tel:+ 32 (0)2 742 96 82
- Fax:+ 32 (0)2 732 63 12
- Address:Avenue de Cortenbergh 71, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Plastics Recyclers Europe (PRE) is the professional representative body of plastics recyclers in Europe. PRE promotes plastics mechanical recycling and conditions that enable profitable and sustainable business, while offering a service platform to its members. Its members constitute 80% of the European recycling capacity, processing more than 3 million tonnes of collected plastics per year.
The European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW)
- Tel:+32 2 880 20 30
- Fax:+32 2 880 20 35
- Address:Place des Barricades 1, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
The European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW) was founded in 2003 as a non-profit trade association to represent the interests of the European bottled water industry. Our members are national associations which bring together over 500 bottlers across Europe. EFBW works closely with European and international institutions which regulate bottled water, including the European Commission and the Codex Alimentarius, where EFBW has observer status as an NGO.
- Tel:+ 32 2 737 0130
- Address:Rue du Trône 14-16, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
UNESDA is the European non-alcoholic beverages association. Our primary role is to support the increased acceptance, growth and development of non-alcoholic beverages. UNESDA was founded in 1958. The creation of the European Economic Community, and its plans to harmonise the laws affecting non-alcoholic beverages, led to the need for a special body to provide technical expertise on such legislation. The members of UNESDA are the national non-alcoholic beverages associations of the European Union and company members who conduct business in at least five EU Member States.