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In this video interview, Amcor's strategic marketing manager Carlos Trubacz talks about how the company, a Sustainabiilty Awards gold sponsor, aims to deliver responsible packaging through innovation. Read more

What's the most sustainable path to a circular economy? Should we prioritise recycling or reuse? In the fifth and final film from the Sustainable Packaging Summit 2019 Tim Sykes leads a panel discussion featuring PepsiCo, P&G, CEFLEX and TerraCycle Read more

At FachPack 2019, SP Group's Victor Barrera talks about the company's sustainability efforts from carbon footprint reduction to downgauging, and highlights the benefits of the new SOL extrusion material. Read more

Next up in our series of Sustainability Awards gold sponsor video interviews, Koehler Paper Group's Eckhard Kallies, outlines the company's reasons of entering the packaging market as well as ambitious plans for biodegradable coatings. Read more

In the penultimate film shot at the Sustainable Packaging Summit 2019 TerraCycle CEO Tom Szaky talks about eliminating the idea of waste and the new Loop e-commerce platform, based around on reusable packaging. Read more

Domo Film Solutions' innovation and sustainability director Jani Vourenpää outlines the company's sustainability roadmap and explains the benefits of Nyleen™, a low carbon and water footprint nylon film. Read more

In the third of five films from the Sustainable Packaging Summit 2019, Chris Daly discusses PepsiCo's challenges around integrating its packaging into a circular economy and its multi-faceted strategy to realise it Read more

The Packaging Europe team gains insights from a glass, paper and plastics perspective from Sustainability Awards gold sponsors O-I (01:08), Amcor (10:58), Koehler Paper Group (16:00), Trinseo (27:10), Domo Film Solutions (39:54) and SP Group (46:16). Read more

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Avery Dennison's Jan 't Hart shares sustainability perspectives and underlines the importance of cooperation across the supply chain to solve the pressing issues of today. Read more

In this column, Tom Szaky looks below the surface of recyclability claims and highlights the gap between technical recyclability and practical recyclability. Read more

With so many variables and complexities, how do you identify the most sustainable packaging solution? Graeme Smith discusses Mondi's customer-centric approach. Read more

In the second of five films, Dana Mosora shares the progress made by CEFLEX, as the European flexibles value chain unites to map out and realise a viable circular economy with universal collection and recycling of flexible packaging Read more

In the first part of the Sustainable Packaging Summit 2019, Gian De Belder introduces P&G's Ambition 2030 and the 'HolyGrail' project, investigating the potential of digital watermarking to revolutionise plastic packaging sorting and recycling Read more

Avery Dennison’s Pascale Wautelet discusses the sustainability demands facing the labelling industry Read more

The winners of the 2019 Sustainability Awards have been announced at FachPack in Nuremberg. Read more

At last night’s Sustainability Awards we unveiled the winner of our first-ever Readers’ Award. Congratulations to Nestlé, which came away with the prize for its YES! Snack bars. Read more

The pioneering HolyGrail project has been announced as the overall winner of the Sustainability Awards 2019. It also scooped up the ‘Driving the Circular Economy’ award. Read more

We talk to SN Maschinenbau, Germany, about their combined technology to run fully recyclable packaging material without speed limitations - nominated in the 'Machinery' category. Read more

Philippe Blank, Head of Sustainability, International Packaging Development, Henkel Beauty Care, about its new shampoo and shower gel bottles made from 'social plastics'. Read more

In the first of our series of special 2019 Sustainability Awards podcasts, Graeme Smith discusses Mondi’s case-by-case approach to finding the most sustainable packaging solution. Read more

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