The packaging challenge in focus at upcoming Cleaning and Hygiene Expo

Challenges that businesses are facing in packaging will be put on the spotlight at the upcoming Cleaning and Hygiene Expo in Sydney.

Taking place on 15 September from 9.30am to 12pm, this session aims to focus on the packaging waste circularity solutions for the cleaning and hygiene industry.

The Packaging Challengeis a sector-specific deep-dive into this highly topical sustainability issue for the cleaning and hygiene products industry.

In this special workshop attendees will:

  • gain unique insights into the cleaning and hygiene sector’s current packaging use,
  • hear about proposed industry-led initiatives to drive packaging sustainability improvements for the cleaning and hygiene products industry,
  • get insider knowledge on the place of recycling in a circular economy for packaging waste,
  • learn from experts across the packaging supply chain on innovations for circularity, including through packaging design, materials and feedstock choices
  • hear packaging case studies from those in the supply chain, including raw material suppliers, and
  • learn how to communicate your achievements in sustainable packaging.

Hosted by Accord Australasia, the peak body for the hygiene, personal care and specialty products industry, the discussion will be delivered by Jennifer Semple, manager of sustainability and education programs at Accord Australasia; James Wiltshire, technology and sustainability leader at Dow Australia & New Zealand; John O’Donnell, technical manager at Albright & Wilson Australia; Peter Tamblyn, chairman of Australian Council of Recycling (ACOR); Ashleigh Gay, head of sustainability leadership & communications at Edge Environment; and a representative of the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP).

The cost to attend is $160pp for ISSA and Accord Members and $235pp for non-members. Click here to register.

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