To monitor progress and achieve the Circular Plastics Alliance (CPA) target of 10 million tonnes of recycled polymers used annually between 2025 and 2030, companies will report data on volumes of recycled plastics transformed or used to the MORE platform
. PolyCert Europe
will perform impartial audits to guarantee that the reported data is reliable.
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PolyCert Europe and MORE collaborate to achieve CPA targets Recycle symbol consisting of small plastic pellets collected from the ocean. Rethinking the environment by reducing or reusing plastics. Circular economy concept. Lilac purple background
Auditors applying PolyCert-approved audit schemes are trained experts in the field of plastic conversion. The MORE Platform and PolyCert Europe will thus join forces to facilitate and ensure that the reporting process meets the standards required.
Polycert Europe President Jan Laperre said: “We are very motivated to team up with MORE and to join forces to make sure that the data collection by MORE is not only done in a very efficient and reliable way but that it also brings added-value for the companies.”
EuPC President Renato Zelcher added: “With MORE, our industry has the opportunity to continue showcasing its efforts towards a