Packaging and the converting industry are in constant evolution towards enhanced performance/cost ratio, new functionalities, light weighting and sustainability.
Responsible sourcing of pulp for paper-based packaging is increasingly about the impact of its entire lifecycle. This means looking at materials, the environmental footprint, community impact, its uses, and recyclability - and how companies focus their efforts to effect significant change for the better.
Come hear about:
The new realities of responsible sourcing
The challenges and future impacts faced by companies.
The myths about Asian sourcing
A brief overview of the challenges, efforts and developments in producing paper, cellulosic biomaterials and green packaging products
Case studies illustrating analyses to predict the end-use performance
Paper based flexible packaging market, challenges, cost vs. performance and barrier properties
What happens when your empty pizza box leaves the end of your driveway?
How is recycled liner made?
What’s it like having an urban fibre source vs. using renewable wood fibres?
When: 7:45am - 8:25am - Registration & breakfast
8:25am - 8:30am - Welcome
8:30am - 9:30am:
• Paper and Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council
• Asia Pulp & Paper Group
• Atlantic Packaging Products
9:30am - 9:45am - Break
9:45am - 11:05am:
Where: Mississauga Convention Centre
75 Derry Road W.
Mississauga, ON L5W 1G3
Price: PAC Members: $75 plus HST
Non Members: $95 plus HST
For more information: Lindsey Ogle Education Manager and Event Coordinator
PAC - The Packaging Association firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian Lifshitz(view bio) Sustainability Director
Asia Pulp & Paper Group
Stephen Burnett(view bio) Technical Sales Representative
Atlantic Packaging Paper Mills
Louis Lemaire(view bio)
Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Sustainability, Folding Cartons Cascades Boxboard Inc.