Connect and Collaborate Across Every Segment of the
Circular Supply Chain
Many consumer packaged goods companies claim their product packaging is recyclable, but they leave the dirty work to other stakeholders downstream. To do their part, brands must go beyond recyclability claims and design packaging that actually is being recycled into valuable post-consumer recycled material. They also need to be paying customers, sourcing this PCR from their materials suppliers and reliably using it in their packaging.
How can brands transform from passive producers of waste to active participants in a circular economy? They must think outside of their own four walls and embrace a systems approach.
The Packaging Recycling Summit, presented by Packaging World, engages brands, materials suppliers, reprocessors and materials recovery facilities (MRFs) to shed light on all the links of the circular supply chain, revealing what materials can and will be recycled. By understanding the realities and motivations of each segment of the value chain, all stakeholders can do good and profit from the promise of a circular economy.
What makes PRS different?
- Materials agnostic, from plastic converters to paper pulpers and aluminum smelters and glass remelters
- Brings together brands, recyclers, OEMs and materials providers under one roof
- Focused on finding solutions, not just more talk
- Pushing forward innovation in materials and design
- Identifying the opportunities in the circular supply chain
- Programmed by the editors of Packaging World, the most trusted industry resource
- The backing of PMMI, the largest association of packaging machinery manufacturers
Topics we will cover include:
- The Economics of Recycling
- Policy and Regulation
- Materials and Design Innovation
- Sortation and Recyclability
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