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Plastic Target Achieved

APIC PRCA goes Plastic Neutral

4th PRCA 2024 - Industry 4.0

4th PRCA 2024 – Industry 4.0 The 4th Plastic Recycling Conference Asia (PRCA 4.0) refers to the fourth industrial revolution that is characterized by the integration of advanced technologies and digitalization across all aspects of recycling and waste management, manufacturing and production. In the context of plastic recycling, Industry 4.0 technologies can be applied to optimize and automate processes, increase efficiency, reduce waste and improve the overall sustainability of the industry.


Climeto Sustainable Services Pvt Ltd. is a global leading company specializing in environmental and sustainability matters, offering consultancy and assistance to large businesses in mitigating their Environmental footprint. Beyond merely offering services – we educate and motivate industries to achieve sustainable growth. We transform your initiatives into eco-conscious practices.
Together, we can turn it green!
Our expertise lies in helping global brands Go “Plastic Neutral and carbon Neutral” with sustainable solutions and assist in certifying Net zero and 100% carbon & plastic neutral badges.

APIC and CLIMETO partners strategically to make PRCA a
Plastic Neutral event.

What is Plastic Neutrality

Plastic neutrality is a concept aimed at reducing the environmental impact of plastic usage. It involves offsetting the amount of unavoidable plastic generated or used by individuals, businesses, or organizations by investing in projects that reduce, recover, or recycle an equivalent amount of plastic from the environment.

Essentially, it’s a way to balance out the negative effects of plastic consumption by supporting initiatives that mitigate plastic pollution. This can include projects such as beach clean-ups, waste management infrastructure development, or investments in technologies for plastic recycling.

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How PRCA achieved Plastic Neutrality

APIC + Climeto

APIC Partnered with CLIMETO to achieve Plastic Neutrality for it's event PRCA4.0.

Climeto undertake pre-event assessment

→ Plastic Footprint 410 KG.

Target setting & Mitigation

PRCA to reduce plastic leakage by 40%.

Mitigation Actions:

  1. Eliminate the use of PET water bottles entirely by substituting them with glass bottles.
  2. Replace plastic cutlery with reusable metal or ceramic alternatives, achieving a 100% reduction in plastic waste.
  3. Reduce other forms of waste by 30%.


Assuming that in case event fails to achieve set targets, APIC decided to offset Plastic Footprint by strategically supporting plastic collection and recycling initiative.   Project Name :- Farmer & Community Upliftment Through Collection & Recycling of Plastic Waste into Drip Irrigation Pipes Project ID :- PPRS7-201223-TQC-301123-IND

Post-event Reporting

SDGs Achieved

APIC has a goal

Event organizers commit to ongoing efforts in plastic waste reduction, circular economy practices, and extended producer responsibility. Engaging stakeholders, fostering innovation, and promoting transparency, they aspire to lead the transition towards a plastic-neutral future, driving positive environmental impact and inspiring sustainable action globally.

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Plastic neutrality means that for every amount of plastic created, an equal amount of plastic waste is retrieved from the environment to be appropriately disposed of - either recycled or repurposed. We work with brands to calculate their plastic footprint and recover the equivalent amount from the environment in high leakage countries, such as Indonesia or India. Some brands want to go further and recover more plastic than they emit, earning them Plastic Neutral + status. . Every contribution directly prevents plastic from entering our oceans and supports the development of local waste management infrastructure.
To stop plastic from entering the environment, we need to get to a point where the material is collected as close to the consumer as possible, and intercepted before it can reach the ocean. The majority of our plastic efforts are door-to-door collection or other smart ways to aggregate waste in one point. We also finance projects with passive technologies that catch plastic in rivers. The smallest fraction of plastic stems from beach cleanups or is directly sourced from the ocean.
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