Experts from the Association of Plastics Industry talked about that the European Commission has developed an ambitious "Plastics Strategy" to make plastics use more environmentally friendly. This strategy focuses on the entire industry and should be included in the law. Alexander Dangis, Managing Director of the European Plastics Processing Association (EuPC), said: "The recycling goal of this strategy is that all plastic packaging must be reused or made easy to recycle by 2030 and require 10 million by 2025 Tons of recycled plastics are converted into new products. In order to achieve these ambitious goals, the industry will need legislative support." In an interview after the conclusion of the circular economy conference held in Brussels from February 20 to 21, he said that the plastics strategy calls for "a major action in the entire value chain", with particular attention to consumer education and waste management. He said: "Mechanical recycling may have reached technical limits, but if we establish an appropriate sorting and plastic separation infrastructure in Europe, we can still make even greater contributions to the use of recycled plastics." "We also need to do our utmost to develop chemical recovery of polymers and develop new resource-efficient supply chains for the European petrochemical industry."