On 11th July we will hold and third and final webinar on repurposing unfit banknotes. This time the focus is on recycling polymer notes. Our speaker list is CCL Secure, Royal Dutch Kusters Engineering and Banco Central de Costa Rica, with another central bank to be confirmed.

The Banco Centrale de Costa Rica will share their experience of moving from paper to polymer notes and how they have adapted to recycling polymer notes.

Royal Dutch Kusters is a manufacturer of equipment that handles unfit banknotes at the end of life. It is also works on waste processing, with circular economy and biobased recycling solutions. In 2022 Royal Dutch Kusters got survey results from 82 central banks about how they dispose of unfit notes, many of whom used polymer banknotes.

CCL Secure, as the world’s largest producer of polymer banknote substrate, supports its customers throughout the world, on every continent, to recycle their polymer banknotes. It also has its own banknote recycling facility.

These speakers are well placed to answer your questions about polymer recycling at end of life.
Lachlan McDonald
CCL Secure
Lachlan McDonald has over 25 years of international experience in banknote substrate and print. Over this time Lachlan has worked for Portals Ltd, De La Rue Currency, and for the past 15 years CCL Secure. Lachlan is currently on the regional management team responsible for CCL Secure’s technical support in Europe, Africa, Middle East and Canada.
Lachlan McDonald holds a Bachelor in Chemistry from University College, London University, and is also a business graduate from the University of Melbourne. He currently lives in Zurich Switzerland

Jeroen Kusters
Royal Dutch Kusters Engineering
Linda Rodriguez
Banco de Mexico
Andrea Salzar
Banco Central de Costa Rica
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