AIP spearheads Turning the Dial 2024 Western Australia with speaker line up

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will head to Western Australia on 30 May to participate in the WA Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development annual Turning the Dial Conference.

The conference will present a number of AIP speakers including Nerida Kelton FAIPDavid Kilpatrick MAIP, Michael Dossor MAIP and Bonnie Marshall.

Turning the Dial 2024 focuses on food waste reduction, sustainable packaging innovation, and the circular economy for food and beverage manufacturers.

Its goal is to help businesses navigate the path to sustainability and provide networking opportunities across the supply chain.

The event will feature plenary sessions, panel discussions, and breakout workshops presented by industry leaders in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices, food waste, and sustainable packaging.

The AIP will be hosting an interactive packaging session discussing how companies need to find the balance between the 2025 Packaging Waste Targets and the 2030 Food Waste Targets when designing their packaging so that there are no unintended consequences.

Executive director AIP Nerida Kelton will also speak at sessions wearing her vice president Sustainability & Save Food hat for the World Packaging Organisaton where she will provide a global perspective on sustainability. 

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