Report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) concludes that a focus on sustainable packaging is counterproductive

PackagingWorld.com summarizes a new PWC study on sustainable packaging that finds that the term “sustainable packaging” is no longer relevant today as the debate about good vs. bad packaging has moved on.”

P&G Will Develop New Tools to Improve Sustainability in Manufacturing

To develop new tools, which will help improve sustainability manufacturing facilities, Procter & Gamble has partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and (EPA) National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL) and signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement. Photo: one of the P&G’s commitments, a snapshot from pg.com This initiative is a part of P&G’s long-term environmental sustainability […]

Sustainable Packaging Forum 2012

September 11-13, 2012 Pittsburgh, PA USA Sustainable Packaging Forum Packaging Strategies’ Sustainable Packaging Forum focuses on the latest sustainable packaging practices, business strategies and technologies from across the globe that support company growth while meeting today’s sustainability challenges. For eight years, it has been the place to find solutions and innovations to implement as part […]

A new beer-chilling system is being developed with UK Government funding

A new beer-chilling system which could save pubs almost £2,500 a year in energy and wasted drink costs is being developed with UK Government funding, it has been announced. The drinks cooling system is one of a number of technologies which have won Government backing from a £500,000 fund for schemes which will improve the […]

Coca-Cola, Ford, Heinz, Nike and Procter & Gamble Form the Plant PET Technology Collaborative To Accelerate the Development and Use of 100% Plant-Based PET Materials & Fiber in Their Products

Five Global Companies Demonstrate Their Strong Commitment to Sustainable Innovation The Coca-Cola Company, Ford Motor Company, H.J. Heinz Company, NIKE, Inc. and Procter & Gamble today announced the formation of the Plant PET Technology Collaborative (PTC), a strategic working group focused on accelerating the development and use of 100% plant-based PET materials and fiber in their products. […]

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