The course will last half a day and is aimed at employees responsible for making packaging changes and reducing waste for their company.
The course will include practical guidelines and criteria to design and develop sustainable packaging. It will include bioplastics, plastic, glass and metal packaging and their impact on the environment. Participants are invited to bring a sample of their packaging material as a case study.
A visit to the material recovery facility is included in the course to understand how separation works and what can be recycled. One of the learnings will be to understand the end-of-life options of packaging.
Arkema, Neste and Covestro, Braskem, US Survey and BASF
Agilix, Amazon Climate Fund, McDonald’s Biofuel, e-Nable, Huhtamaki Startups, African Parks, Siberia
Chemical Recycling Commitments & Incentives, Deep Sea Plastic, Greece SUP Ban, NY Composting
- Australia Will Convert Plastic Waste into Fuel
- Australian Teenager Develops Bioplastics from Shrimps
- Australian technology for super high oleic safflower oil
- Australian Bioplastic Waste Management in China
- Australia and Bioplastic
REFS & Other