Fastmarkets Middle East Iron and Steel Conference 2021, Mr. Vedprakash Lata as a panellist speaker for the panel discussion on Fortress Europe?
Gemini signed the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and UN Environment Programme’s New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, joining more than 450 signatories to address plastic waste & pollution at its source.
Fortune Magazine: “Why COVID-19 is a wake-up call for sustainability”, interview with Chairman S Patawari of Gemini Corporation NV.
Fortune Magazine: “The plastics problem is getting harder to solve”, interview with Chairman S Patawari of Gemini Corporation NV.
Mr. Surendra Patawari received the “IERC 2020 Honorary Award” for his lifetime’s work in Recycling & Circular Economy with significant social impact in India.
“India is trying to take a little bit more and help paper recycling.” – Mr. Shailesh Gothal of Gemini Corporation N.V. at the 2019 Resource Recycling Conference and Trade Show in New Orleans.
Roger H. Brown President of Berklee College of Music USA has shared a video showcasing Kanika Patawari’s “Music Recycling” Initiative.
Kanika is a Berklee alumna and her family is sharing the message of a cleaner and greener world via music! This is something we can all help make happen.
Mr Ved Prakash, Director Steel Division, was invited as a guest lecturer at Thomas More University of Belgium.
Mr Ved Prakash, Director Steel Division, at the Global Liner Shipping Conference, 2018 held in Hamburg, Germany. He was one of the guest speakers of the event and shared his views on the digitization of shipping.
Award received by Mr. Surendra Patawari (CEO), Published in Recycling International 2017, ‘Scrap is nothing to be ashamed of,’ declared Gemini Corporation founder Surendra Patawari most passionately at the Metals Recycling Association of India.
CONVERTING WASTE TO WEALTH – Mr. Surendra Patawari (CEO), Published in NRI Achievers December 19th 2016
Attended by Mr. Surendra Patawari (CEO), Mr. Ved Prakash (Director – Steel Division), was invited as a speaker – Policymakers are convinced more plastic can be recycled, but the public has been slower to come around.(read full story)
Mixed signals in recycled plastics markets, November 9th 2016 – The direction of markets for secondary plastics is hard to discern., In Recycling Today Global Edition