This webinar shares highlights from the recently released PAC NEXT report, Top 15 Packaging Challenges (+ Recommendations) For Recycling in a MRFwhich revisits and expands from the original "Top 10 Packaging Challenges For Recycling in a MRF" released in December of 2014. Communicating guidance continues to be a priority today and for the foreseeable future because stakeholders, from designers to packaging producers to municipalities to consumers, continue to be confused about what can and cannot be recycled. There is need for simple and clear information on what to do and what not to do.

Join this one-hour webinar that features our panel of experts: PAC NEXT Co-Chairs Dan Lantz of Green By Nature EPR and Keith Fanta of Procter & Gamble, as well as Sego Jackson of the Northwest Product Stewardship Council and Sherry Arcaro of the Canadian Stewardship Services Alliance. Together, they will share their insights and experiences in helping to find solutions to overcome today's recycling challenges.

Facilitated by
Alan Blake
Rachel Morier

Monday, April 25, 2015
2pm - 3pm Eastern
1 - 2pm Central

11am - 12pm Pacific

PAC NEXT Members: Free
Contact for your promotional code
Non-Members: $49

For more information:
Rachel Morier
PAC NEXT, Program Manager

Dan Lantz
Chief Operating Officer

Keith Fanta
Section Head -
Packaging Sustainability

Sego Jackson
Strategic Advisor - Waste Prevention and Product Stewardship,
Seattle Public Utilities

Sherry Arcaro
Director of National Field Services


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