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Living in a recycling world

PAC, Packaging Consortium serves up another tasty seminar: The Life of a Package in a Sustainable Recycling World.


May 19, 2015
by Canadian Packaging staff

The sustainability of a package today is no longer an afterthought.

Packagers and stewards are giving more attention to the recyclability of a package at the end of its use.

This is complemented by the evolution of extended producer responsibility schemes and the notion that sustainable development requires the proper management of a product for the full life cycle.

From an individual perspective, The Life of a Package in a Sustainable Recycling World produced by PAC, Packaging Consortium, takes a look at the life cycle of a package: from basic function, to marketing, and then through to end of life and finally rebirth.

When:
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
8:15am – 9:00am – Registration & light breakfast
9:00am – 9:15am – Opening remarks
9:15am – 10:30am – Presentations from panel
10:30am – 10:50am – Q&A
10:50am – 11:00am – Break
11:00am – 12:00pm – Tour of on-site recycling and compost facilities
(optional – see below)
12:00pm – Lunch – catered onsite

Where:
City of Hamilton
Collections Training Room
1579 Burlington St. E
Hamilton, ON L8H 2L3

Price:
PAC Members: $85.00 + HST
Non Member: $115.00 + HST

Additional information:

  • Please confirm if you would like to participate on the plant tours when registering;
  • Participants joining the tour must wear closed toe shoes;
  • Portions of the proceeds go towards the PAC Student Fund, supporting academic scholarships.

Registration:
To register, simply click HERE.

For more information contact PAC, Packaging consortium education manager and events coordinator 
Lindsey Ogle at 416-646-4641 or via e-mail at  logle@pac.ca.


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