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Parliamentary Engagement Event: Plastic – Falling out of love with the wonder material?

May 10, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Portland Building,, University of Portsmouth, St James Street, Portsmouth, PO1 3AH

Details and Booking via   http://nearyou.imeche.org/near-you/UK/Wessex/Portsmouth—IOW-Area/event-detail?id=16329  , If you have not booked using ‘Near You’ before, you will be given an opportunity to open an account and then make your booking.

Cost: Tickets are £6 this is to cover the food and wine. The £2 ticket is ONLY for U18 school & college pupils for food and soft drinks

Open to all, but booking essential – You will need to bring the tickets on the night.,

Organised by IMechE, Portsmouth & IoW Area ,  in association with BCS Hampshire Branch and BCS GreenIT SG ( Members of the IMechE, other Professional Engineering Institutions, university students & lecturers, school/college teachers & pupils and all other interested parties are very welcome to attend)

18:00 Registration opens
18:00 Tea & Coffee & Networking
18:20 Take Seats
18:30 Lecture & Debate commences
20:00 Wine & Finger Food & Networking
21:00 Close

This event aims to put our use of plastics into perspective and discuss the engineering realities of how we can mitigate the environmental effects through a more sustainable approach and outline some technologies which could be used to replace or reduce our plastic consumption.


May 10, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm