These are all the posts that have been tagged with recycling.
Speaking at Packaging Innovations, MPMA director and chief executive, William Boyd told delegates that the packaging industry needs to “resist the demonisation of packaging.”
According to gvm’s (Gesellschaft für Verpackungsmarktforschung GmbH) annual “Recycling Balance Sheet for Packaging,” 91% of used tinplate packaging was materially recycled in Germany in 2016.
It seems last week’s blog instigated a bit of a political storm, after we enquired as to the status of the IMDA golf day, due to a lack of information on the IMDA website.
Metal Packaging Europe is again a sponsor at the Aerosol & Dispensing Forum (ADF), the annual global conference for the aerosol industry value chain.
I hope you all enjoyed the festive period and are ready and raring to go for the year ahead!
The Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (Apeal) has welcomed the announcement of a balanced Circular Economy Package, following the progress made during the last Trilogue discussions under the Estonian presidency on 18 December.
Sensory Analytics has become the latest company to demonstrate strong support for CW4K and their purpose to make sure all children, worldwide have access to clean, safe drinking water. The 14-month sponsorship agreement includes visibility for the company on the CW4K website, event materials and CW4K announcements.
In response to the UK public’s uncertainty when recycling at home, The Recycling Association has provided a simple piece of advice: if in doubt, throw it out.
The Every Can Counts programme kicked off its nationwide expansion at this year’s Electric Picnic festival in Ireland.
New research by Nielsen has revealed that cans make up a quarter of craft beers sold in the UK.
Bell Publishing is delighted to announce that the Italian Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association (ANFIMA) will be opening the Euro CanTech conference for 2018.
At the recent Smithers Pira Sustainability in Packaging Europe conference in Barcelona, Metal Packaging Europe underlined the importance placed by consumers for clear facts on packaging materials’ recycling performance.
According to a new analysis by Resource Recycling Systems (RRS), aluminium beverage cans are the most recycled drinks package in the world.
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has announced the winners of its annual awards at the 2017 Forum and Awards Dinner, held at Oulton Hall Hotel, Leeds, UK.