Target Audience: Brand Owners, Retailers and their suppliers
In 2019, more than 2 million tonnes of plastic packaging were placed on the UK market. As plastic packaging accounts for 70% of all UK plastic waste (WRAP), this is an alarming figure. Small wonder then, that innovative certified paper-based packaging solutions are rapidly being developed to address the need for more environmentally-friendly alternatives.
Rising Demand for Renewable, Recyclable and Responsibly-Sourced Packaging
Sustainable consumption is on the rise. A 2019 Nielsen study found that 73% of global consumers would change their consumption habits in order to reduce their environment impact. A 2020 Two Sides Survey on European Packaging Preferences found that paperboard packaging is favoured by consumers as being better for the environment and considered easier to recycle and home compost. So, it has never been more important to use responsibly-sourced packaging materials. Increasing the use of sustainable, certified forest-based packaging has huge potential to not only help companies meet sustainability targets, but also have a positive impact on the world’s forests and the communities that depend upon them.
What will you learn from this webinar?
- How different elements of the supply chain collaborate to drive the circular economy
- The role of certified paper packaging in a low carbon, circular economy
- The available material and formats to help eliminate unnecessary plastic
- How to integrate eco-design into your packaging portfolio
- How using paper-based packaging can help reduce your carbon footprint
- How to prepare for forthcoming UK plastic legislation/taxation
- The latest developments in Waste Management
- How to ensure your packaging is ‘recycle ready’.
We are putting the finishing touches to the agenda. Already confirmed are Christophe Jordan from Arjo Wiggins will present Sylvicta® – a ground-breaking new sustainable alternative to plastic packaging using PEFC-certified wood pulp. Roger Wright, Waste Strategy & Packaging Manager, Biffa will be speaking on the need for packaging to be recycle ready.
The hour-long webinar is free to attend. However, places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis so early registration is therefore recommended. To reserve your place, e-mail email@example.com.
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