Second series: Online information session and Q&A Circular Plastics EN 2023

14:00 - 15:00

Following the success of the first series, Circular Plastics NL (CPNL) is organizing a second series with two online English-language information sessions on Aug. 29 and Sept. 4.

The growth fundprogram CPNL contributes to the goal of recycling 50 percent of all plastics in the Netherlands by 2030 and achieving a fully circular plastics chain by 2050. The CPNL program started in 2023, runs for eight years and has eight program lines that focus on bottlenecks to close the cycles for existing plastics, provide sustainable growth opportunities for the Dutch economy and use grants to accelerate the transition.

Information on CPNL program lines.

During this online information session, CPNL program director Marc Spekreijse and the program managers will provide an update on the structure of the program, the program lines and the open calls. It is intended for anyone who would like more information about participating in the CPNL program and the open calls later this year. Are you already interested? You can prepare in advance by reading the frequently asked questions on our website.


You can sign up for these online meetings here. To give everyone a chance, CPNL is hosting this meeting twice.  

We ask that you choose between:

Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2 p.m. 

Monday, Sept. 4, 3 p.m.

After registering, you will receive a link via email to participate via Teams. If you have any questions, please contact us at 


About CPNL 

Circular Plastics NL (CPNL) is an initiative within the National Growth Fund. The goal is to make plastics fully circular and use grants to accelerate the transition. The program runs for eight years and has eight program lines. Each program line focuses on bottlenecks in different value chains to close the cycles for existing plastics.

About Growth Fund 

Through the National Growth Fund (NGF), the government is investing 20 billion euros from 2021 to 2025 in projects that ensure long-term economic growth. Among other things, the National Growth Fund invests in research, development and innovation projects.

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