Another of Ball Packaging Europe’s plants has achieved zero waste to landfill. John Griffiths AM, Welsh Government Minister for Environment and Sustainable Development, visited Ball’s can end facility in Deeside, UK, on Tuesday (26 July).
Canvironment Week 2011 was officially launched at Metpack with the ringing of a sustainability bell earlier this week. The global event, which is being organised by Indian can maker Hindustan Tin Works, aims to promote sustainability and the environmental friendliness of cans.
Metal Packaging Europe, a new trade body representing the united interests of producers and suppliers of metal packaging across Europe, will launch at this year’s Interpack, held in Düsseldorf, Germany on 12 – 18 May 2011. MPE brings together metal packaging manufacturers, metal producers and their existing trade associations (APEAL, BCME, EAA, EMPAC) from across […]
Regulars: Equipment News: The latest machinery and equipment for the can line New Products: New cans and ends in the market place Candid: Evelyne Frauman, quality and environment manager, Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (APEAL) Features: Knight’s knowledge: Jack Knight is senior international technical service manager for INX International Ink Co. He […]
Evelyne Frauman has been appointed quality and environment manager for the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (APEAL). APEAL is a federation of four multi-national producers of steel for packaging ArcelorMittal, Tata Steel Packaging, Rasselstein-ThyssenKrupp and US Steel Kosiçe.
Hindustan Tin Work’s Canvironment Week has been awarded the Environment Initiative of the Year Award at Ambrosia Indspirit 2010. Ambrosia Indspirit is an Alcobev trade event in Asia. This year it was held in Mumbai, India.