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Products of Change is working closely with RECOUP (the UK plastics charity) and is calling on industry to review the proposed consultations that were released on the 24 of March.
James George, development network Lead at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation spoke to Products of Change members last week (March 18) on steps you can take to change business practices.
Proctor & Gamble (P&G) products will use 50% less virgin plastic and reach 100% recyclability or reusability by 2030.
Customers will be able to return soft plastic, including cling film, pet food pouches and crisp packets to recycling points at their local store, rather than having to throw it away.
Packaging expert Mike Swain from Pack IDS
COVID-19 has forced businesses to rethink how they manage people and production from virtual locations, and this ‘temporary fix’ might actually become the norm
New design uses 54% less plastic than regular packaging and the 98% of the plastic that is used is made from recycled content.
Coca-Cola is part of the Paper Bottle Project, researching developing a paper bottle that can be recycled like any other paper.
Looking at subscription services to save money and the environment
European Plastics Pact Roadmap will help coordinate a systemic shift and largescale re-evaluation of the way we produce, use and reuse plastics in Europe