PPEC (Paper & Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council ’s John Mullinder loves fish but isn’t as keen on plastic. See what he has to say about creating a circular economy for plastics.
PPEC annual environmental event brings a panel of leading retailers and brand owners discussing what they want the paper and paperboard industry to do for them.
PPEC – the Paper & Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council – says Canada is doing very well in its reuse of recycled paper and paperboard content.
White paper prepared by PPEC (Paper & Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council) describing how recycled content is defined and measured, how it differs between packaging types, and its relationship to virgin material – all in its Understanding Recycled Content report.
PPEC’s mandate is to promote the environmental, social and economic sustainability of the Canadian paper packaging industry, and its executive John Mullinder takes issue with the problem of corrugated cartons making its way to landfills—a practice he wants stopped. Check out his call to arms!
Packaging waste numbers don’t add up according to PPEC critique.
The Paper & Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council (PPEC) is the national association representing Canada’s paper packaging industry on environmental issues. The council, which is this year celebrating 20 years of leadership in environmental and sustainability issues across Canada, is looking…