Comité International des Plastiques en Agriculture (CIPA)
International Committee for Plastics in Agriculture
Comité Internacional de Plasticos para la Agricultura
First Congress 5 May 1964, Avignon (France).
Liaise between the various established National Committees (NCPA); promote the formation of new committees; provide information to producers, converters and users worldwide on research and studies relating to the use of plastic materials in agriculture; encourage, in the widest economic sense, solutions to scientific and technical problems in the field of plastics in agriculture, through international harmonization; promote international standardization of plastics in agriculture and their experimentation in order to encourage creation of quality standard, subjected to CIPA assessment; study and analyse problems relating to plastics in agriculture and the environment.
Events2024 | Beijing, China – Congress
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