Canpack Group has announced that its ambitious new emissions reduction targets have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
ADF Paris 2022 marked the first Aerosol & Dispensers fair in over two years. Organised by EasyFairs, the event is now rebranded Paris Packaging Week, with perfume, cosmetic and luxury drink events under the same one roof. Dominique Huret from Cape Decision attended Paris Packaging Week 2022 and scouted the alleys for innovations in aerosols and can dispensers.
The world is in awe of the first images released by NASA from the James Webb Space Telescope. However, while there’s nothing more humbling than seeing the sheer expanse of the universe, it does help us think back to our tiny planet and the shared responsibility we have for its longevity.
The Can Manufacturers Institute roadmap explains how the ambitious US aluminium beverage can recycling rate targets that CMI members announced in November 2021 will be achieved.
Energy company bp and thyssenkrupp Steel have signed a memorandum of understanding focused on the development of long-term supply of low carbon hydrogen and renewable power in steel production.
Aluminium Deutschland (AD) is taking over the tasks of the Deutsche Aluminium Verpackung Recycling (DAVR), with the existing DAVR being dissolved and continued as an AD working group on behalf of the shareholders.
Global mining group Rio Tinto has announced, in partnership with Corona Canada, the launch of Canada’s first specially-marked, low carbon beverage can, manufactured by Ball Corporation.
A team from recycling not-for-profit, Every Can Counts, is taking part in Red Bull’s famous Soapbox Race in the UK on 3 July 2022.
Ball’s most sustainable aluminium aerosol can yet is made with up to 50% recycled content and will be available to customers globally.
Alliance partners, including Aluminium Deutschland, have signed a joint declaration for a sustainable future of the aluminium industry in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, at a meeting at Novelis’ Nachterstedt site.
This year’s International Women in Engineering Day is taking place on 23 June, and Ball Corporation has announced that in celebration it will be holding a jobs fair aimed at attracting a diverse workforce to its new can making plant near Kettering, UK.