Where is the Packaging going? From regulations to sustainable applications
PackAll is pleased to report the workshop to you:
Where is the Packaging going?
From regulations to sustainable applications
4th October 10.00am – 12.30pm
More and more often we hear about “sustainable packaging”, “circular” packaging: a series of concepts directly associated with the idea of packaging “of the future”, which according to the point of view of consumers must be increasingly functional, responsible and low environmental impact.
The search for sustainable packaging solutions represents a focal point of environmental sustainability policies
Traditionally, packaging plays a fundamental role in the protection of products: it has the task of preserving its content, preserving its organoleptic properties in the case of foodstuffs (taste, aromas, freshness, consistency …) or protecting it during its journey: from production, to shelf display, up to consumption.
But what exactly are the characteristics that packaging must possess to be “sustainable” in all respects? What regulations must it comply with?
With the intervention of industry experts, the workshop will deal with the aspects that are part of the new scenarios, influenced by regulations and new market needs. It will be also presented the Master in Packaging “Sustainable Materials and Technologies for polymeric and cellulosic PACKaging” organized by the University of Salerno and Proplast as a result of the PackAlliance project.