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Dow has today announced the results of the 2019 Packaging Innovation Awards. Tim Sykes, who was privileged to participate in the competition’s jury for a second consecutive year, reports on the winners. Read more

At the EuroPack Summit 2019 Volker Kuhn, Vice President Fabric Care Europe, P&G announced a significant increase of post-consumer resin (PCR) plastic in packaging as of 2020. Read more

Today Gian De Belder, packaging technologist, Procter and Gamble, and project leader of the HolyGrail project (finalist in the 'Driving the circular economy' category), discusses how collaboration is key to solving sustainability challenges. Read more

The countdown is on for the live Sustainability Awards 2019 ceremony, where we will unveil the worthy winners of the most prestigious sustainability competition for packaging innovation. Read more

Ahead of the Sustainability Awards 2019 ceremony at FachPack on 25th September, here are the 25 finalists competing for the top sustainability prizes in packaging Read more

The elite international, independent jury has completed round one of its deliberations – and we can now reveal the 25 finalists competing for the packaging Sustainability Awards 2019. Read more

At FachPack this September Packaging Europe will be presenting the Sustainable Packaging Summit, exploring contrasting approaches to a Circular Economy in packaging and how to choose the appropriate path Read more

The pioneering project HolyGrail, led by Procter & Gamble and facilitated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, officially closed on May 23rd. Read more

The most important global competition promoting sustainable packaging innovation is open for submissions. A short introduction to the biggest Sustainability Awards to date. Read more

Last year saw great strides in the construction of a circular economy in plastics, mapping out how to marry design for recycling with a viable market for PCR. But some suggest that even universal recycling of plastics would be no panacea. Read more

Dow has launched its call for entries for the 2019 Packaging Innovation Awards – with submissions expected to reflect the cutting edge of innovation in sustainability, e-commerce, and communicative packaging. Read more

Working towards a world of zero waste and a lighter overall environmental footprint, a coalition of global brand owners and TerraCycle today unveils Loop™ – an innovative, online shopping concept challenging our reliance on single use packaging Read more

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An alliance of global companies from the plastics and consumer goods value chain today launched a new organization to advance solutions to eliminate plastic waste in the environment, especially in the ocean. Read more

As Black Friday merges into Cyber Monday we focus on Amazon's and Procter and Gamble's Tide brand's efforts to optimise packaging functionality and minimise waste for the e-commerce channel Read more

P&G has introduced a new bag-in-box for North American e-commerce channels to ship Liquid Tide laundry detergent with greatly increased efficiency. Tim Sykes spoke to some of the creators of the new format. Read more

The number of polymers in packaging means raising recycling rates in a single collection stream demands better identification / sorting of plastics. Increasing interest and investment focuses on two technologies: UV tracers and digital watermarking Read more

Revealing the winners of the prestigious Awards for Packaging Innovation! Packaging Europe’s Tim Sykes, a member of the global judging panel that assembled in Houston to scrutinise the entries, looks back on the competition and its deserving winners Read more

Our panel of wonderful judges will spend the summer analysing and grading the 108 entries to this year’s Sustainability Awards. Here some of the judges share their perspectives on the initiative and on sustainability in general. Read more

Featuring 'letterboxable' packaging, P&G's new Ambition 2030 sustainability policy, and exclusive Gerhard Schubert interview Read more

Head & Shoulders is fighting marine waste with a 25% recycled beach plastic bottle. Tim Sykes spoke to brand owner P&G's Lisa Jennings and SUEZ's Jean-Marc Boursier about the project, lessons learned, extensions and broader waste strategies Read more

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