• Sustainable packaging is becoming a priority for both brands and consumers - more now than ever before. It is clear that the term sustainable packaging today is more than a buzzword !

    Implementing sustainable packaging in your brand’s operations is no longer an option – it is a necessity. COVID-19 Pandemic has added a new dimensions of safety and hygiene in addition to sustainability.

    With these developments in mind Pacakaging 360 has partnered with Ekonnect and Trayak to bring to the Indian Packaging Industry a virtual masterclass on Sustainable Packaging from 29th September to 1st October. This will be a 3 day workshop with a compreshesive program designed for brand owner, packaging designers, corporate sustiability cells and research organisation. A brief summary of the program is given below:

    Day 1 – September 29
    • What is Sustainable Packaging?
    • Packaging Regulations and Standards
    • Trends post COVID-19

    Day 2 – September 30
    • Life Cycle Thinking
    • Group work on Sustainable Product Design using LCA Tool – COMPASS*

    Day 3 – October 1
    • Sustainability Evaluation Protocols & Certification
    • Material Developments for Sustainable Packaging Applications
    • Presentations of Case Studies

    All registered participants have an option to join the Sustainable Packaging Clinic where an exclusive advisory is provided through a one-hour video session with two of our experts.

    For more details, write to jay.mehta@emcentre.com

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    About the author

    Dr R Rangaprasad

    Dr.R.Rangaprasad is a polymer & packaging professional with over 25 years experience. He has served as Consultant at Indian Institute of Packaging Mumbai & as Director at SIES School of Packaging / Packaging Technology Centre. Between 1995 & 2007, He was associated with Product Application & Research Center of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL). He has also conducted training & knowledge workshops at leading FMCG companies in the area of design of polyolefin materials for packaging sector.

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