The Australian Institute of Packaging will be at AWRE

Australian Institute of Packaging

Tuesday, 19 July, 2022

The Australian Institute of Packaging will be at AWRE

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) is running a trio of seminars at the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE), alongside an in-person training course. The AWRE concentrates on sustainable ways of processing, collecting and recycling waste and will bring industry visitors from across the waste and recycling sectors together. The event features talks and product demonstrations from experts, with AIP presenting across both days of the expo.

The first of AIP’s seminars is taking place for an hour from 11.30 am on 24 August, with a focus on how Save Food Packaging can be used to reduce waste and extend shelf life of products.

The next talk follows at 2.15 pm and will take viewers through the use of the Australasian Recycling Label program and how it relates to small and medium enterprises, with the goal of getting more companies on board with reaching the 2025 National Packaging Targets.

The final seminar, on the second day of the expo, will help businesses understand how to integrate sustainable packaging design and the circular economy into their operations.

AIP is also holding a training event alongside AWRE that covers flexible packaging. ‘Flexible Packaging: Now & Into the Future’ will teach participants about the use and design of flexible packaging, its various benefits and how it is manufactured.

Check online for details about the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo like how to register, the seminar timetable and a list of exhibitors. The event will run from 24 to 25 August at ICC Sydney.

Image credit: ©

Related News

Making vinegar from excess carbon dioxide could reduce emissions

Monash University's chemical engineers have developed an industrial process to produce acetic...

SA Water awarded for reservoir reserves

SA Water has received the Organisational Excellence Award at the Australian Water...

Revamped Trade-UPS program diverting e-waste from landfill

Schneider Electric's Trade-UPS program has been revamped for the Australian market, allowing...

  • All content Copyright © 2023 Westwick-Farrow Pty Ltd