Mott MacDonald Ocean Plastics Conference

Thursday June 29, 2017

Please RSVP to by 12th June 2017

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You’re invited to a discussion        

on the increasing problem        

of Ocean Plastics.         

Can we use our expertise to        

map out solutions for the future?

Along with millions of tons of microplastics, up to 35 million plastic bottles are sold in the UK each day. Around half are recycled, with the balance ending up in landfill or in our oceans. The number of plastic bottles washed up on UK beaches increased by 43% in 2015, and predictions suggest that we’ll have more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050. It’s also hard to comprehend that unless some has been burned, every bit of plastic ever made will still be in existence, with the marine environment housing millions of tons.

Does it have to be this way? Perhaps not, it’s time for solutions! On June 29th we will be addressing this issue at a one day conference in Cambridge. We will ask if ocean plastics is the next big environmental challenge and need your help, expertise and vision to map out the solutions.


09.30-10.00 Registration

10.00-12.30 Key Note Speakers & Panel Discussion

12.30-13.30 Lunch & Networking

13.30-16.00 Round table discussions

Key Note Speakers

Rowan Byrne

Principal Marine Environmental Scientist

Mott MacDonald

Darren White

Head of Environmental Sustainability


Hannah Forbes

Waste & Resource Management Team Leader

Mott MacDonald

Dr Geoff Brighty

Managing Director

Environmental Sustainability Associates Ltd


Dr David Viner

Principal Advisor for Climate Change

Mott MacDonald


Mott MacDonald

22 Station Road

Cambridge, CB1 2JD

United Kingdom

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