December 5, 2021

Austrian Packaging Day 2021

On the occasion of the Austrian Packaging Day 2021 “Circular Economy – Orientation in the Packaging Jungle”, the FH Campus Wien is organizing a press conference on October 28, 11.00 a.m. in the MAK.

International guideline for successfully increasing recycling rates

There is no internationally valid standard for how packaging must be designed so that it can actually be recycled. With a globally harmonized packaging design guideline, the FH Campus Wien, the ECR Community, and the World Packaging Organization want to set uniform and widely accepted recommendations for packaging design suitable for recycling. This is intended to provide orientation for all actors in the value chain and thus support them in achieving higher recycling rates within the framework of the EU circular economy package.

Thursday, October 28, 2021, 11 a.m.
MAK, Weiskirchnerstraße 3, 1010 Vienna

The topics

> Circular Economy: Legal framework for the EU circular economy package
> Circular Packaging Design Guideline 4.0: What packaging developers now need to know
> ECR Circular Packaging Initiative: How to get the consumer goods industry on board
> WPO Packaging Design for Recycling Guide: Presentation of the international guideline
> International survey of country-specific collection and recycling structures


> Silvia Apprich, Head of the Course in Sustainable Resource Management, Packaging Technology and Sustainability and Packaging Technology (FH Campus Wien)
> Teresa Mischek-Moritz, Manager ECR Austria (ECR)
> Johannes Bergmair, Secretary-General World Packaging Organization (WPO)

Register by October 27, 2021 at the latest :

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