Trivium Packaging has announced a recycling initiative in Argentina, partnering with urban recycler organisation Creando Conciencia to substantially increase the recollection and reuse of aerosol aluminium cans.
EcoVadis, global sustainability ratings platform, has awarded Canpack Group a gold certificate for its social responsibility and sustainability performance.
More than 75% of consumers say they would choose the beverage can in preference to other packaging formats, once they were aware of the can’s sustainability benefits, according to a new IPSOS survey.
Aluminium, glass and steel packaging industries welcome vote on the circular economy action plan report
Members of the Permanent Materials Coalition welcome the plenary adoption of the European Parliament’s own-initiative report on the European Commission’s Circular Economy Action Plan (CEAP) 2.0.
MetalMatters, the industry-supported campaign run by Alupro, aims to educate householders about best practice metal packaging recycling and motivate residents to recycle more at home.
The Tubex team has been awarded with another World Star Award for the Unilever Rexona Recycled Refreshed deodorant aluminium aerosol can.
The Can Manufacturers Institute and The Recycling Partnership have announced requests for proposals for the aluminium beverage can capture grants sponsored by Ardagh Group and Crown Holdings.
As awareness and concern for the environment increases, there is a growing interest and movement towards creating a Circular Economy. We are told that circularity is more than just recyclability, but the metal packaging industry is already at an advantage in helping to create more circularity in that much of what is produced can easily be sorted, recycled or reused.
The Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging has welcomed the report adopted by the Environment Committee in the European Parliament, on the Circular Economy Action Plan 2.0 communication.
According to a new report from Alupro, the UK’s thriving aluminium industry would be stung with an annual production shortfall of 4.7 billion units and the very real possibility of plant closures if the UK adopts a flat rate deposit return scheme (DRS).