These are all the posts that have been tagged with recycling.
Roland ten Klooster, professor of packaging design and management at Holland's University of Twente has explained the benefits of design possibilities offered by steel for packaging in an article commissioned to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (Apeal).
The Circular Economy has dominated the discussions at the 14th International Recycling Congress so far on day one.
November 2016 saw the appointment of Alexis Van Maercke as the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging’s (Apeal) new secretary general. CanTech finds out how he is settling in.
It’s always a pleasure getting January out of the way; the month is a long one with little joy to be had.
Apeal (the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging) has welcomed the result of the European Parliament’s (EP) environment committee (ENVI) vote on the review of the WPD and PPWD, two key pieces of legislation which are relevant to the industry.
AkzoNobel has launched ‘Imagine Chemistry’, an opportunity to partner with start-up firms, students, research groups and career scientists from across the world to jointly exploit the knowledge of chemistry and solve several real life chemistry related challenges.
The dynamics of the can making industry have changed significantly over the past few months with the recent Ball acquisition of Rexam. In an industry exclusive, Evert van de Weg speaks with the recipients of Ball’s divested part of its business, Ardagh Group.
At the global Metpack fair, international companies will come together showing how innovative the metal packaging sector has become.
Ball says it enjoyed its most successful year at BrauBeviale this month.
Research carried out by GfK and commissioned by BCME reflects a positive upward trend in popularity for the can, particularly with younger age groups.
The Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (Apeal) has launched a new video animation highlighting the unique benefits of steel as the ideal packaging material for a circular economy.
The Association of Producers of Steel for Packaging (Apeal) has confirmed that the impact on climate change of the average unit of steel packaging was reduced by 32% during 2000 to 2013.
ITRI’s 11th International Tinplate conference held in London last week showcased the latest innovations in tinplate production and use, demonstrating the unique ability of tinplate to adapt to fast changing and demanding market drivers.
ITRI’s has published its latest estimate of refined tin use in 2015 at 345,700t, with expectation it will remain static or improve slightly in 2016.
Further improvement has been achieved in the metal packaging industry’s environmental positioning, according to a study by European Metal Packaging (Empac).