Dr Sameer Joshi

Member Environment And Plastic Image Committee, PlastIndia Foundation Dr. Sameer Joshi is a Member Governing Council Indian Plastics Institute and Senior Member Society of Plastic Engineers USA. He has his own plastic injection moulding unit in Pune since last 22 years. He is a Chartered Engineer and Approved Valuer for Plant and Machinery, as well as an Editor of Plastic Directories. He has completed his PHD on topic: Analysis of role of various stake holders in Plastic waste management in 2017.

Dr Sameer Joshi
Rethink Recycling

Time To Redesign & Rethink Recycling In The New Normal

Recycling plays a crucial role in the quest to end plastics waste and move to a circular economy. Industry leaders say that traditional, mechanical, and chemical recycling methods are needed. While chemical recycling shows promise experts also seek to improve the ability of thermoplastics to be recycled via the traditional processes of sorting collected material, …

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Plastics Recycling

Plastics Recycling In The New Normal ….…Where Do We Go From Here…..?

Plastics play a key role in protecting people, especially front line workers, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Informal waste pickers are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic. Corporations are rethinking recycling plans and sustainability commitments in the face of economic turmoil. The increase in single-use plastics will have long-term impacts. However which single use plastics will be not banned needs to be seen

Circular Economy

EARTH 2020: WHAT NEXT………?

The paper deliberates two concepts; the first is in using data to understand our world, which, by the way, is becoming increasingly important as a science from which we can derive trends to create models and forecasts. The second is our human footprint, an increasingly valid means to justify implementing circular systems into our economy and everyday lives.

Circular Economy

AN EYE ON PLASTICS AND ACHIEVING CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN 2020

‘It is widely recognised that plastics have a crucial role to play in delivering a more sustainable future. Through their unique combination of light-weight, durability and other intrinsic properties, plastic materials already contribute to reduce GHG emissions making a more efficient use of our resources across a range of different sectors and everyday applications. As …

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