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Online Webinar
10 Oct 2023
Recycling

[Webinar] ZW Live! Reinventing glass

Join us on 10 October to discuss single-use and reusable glass packaging.

Glass packaging plays a crucial role in the ongoing transition towards sustainable packaging systems. Reusable glass bottles produce 75% fewer carbon emissions than single-use PET bottles and 57% fewer than aluminium cans. Glass also makes for a safe choice for food and beverage packaging.

However, single-use glass has the highest environmental footprint compared to other single-use materials, as highlighted in the recent study commissioned to Eunomia Research & Consulting by Zero Waste Europe, Decarbonisation of Single Use Beverage Packaging.

Could the Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation (PPWR) reduce the impact of packaging on the environment by favouring reusable glass over single-use options?

Join us on 10 October to discuss single-use and reusable glass packaging with our panellists:

  • Simon Hann, Eunomia Research & Consulting, will share the results of the study mentioned above exploring the decarbonization of single-use beverage packaging, specifically examining the budgets for aluminium, PET, and glass beverage containers within the
  • Adeline Farrely, director general of FEVE, will represent the perspective of the glass
  • Paul Gabie, CEO of Ecospirits, will present its solution for reusable glass

The webinar will be facilitated by Joan Marc Simon, Director Founder at Zero Waste Europe.

When

10 Oct 2023 @ 02:00 pm

10 Oct 2023 @ 03:30 pm

Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes

Timezone: GMT +2:00


Where

Online Webinar


Language

English en


Organised by

Zero Waste Europe

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