On a Path to a Circular Economy for Plastic Packaging

Kate Sellers Moderator
ERM
Boston, MA 
United States of America
 
Ms Sarah Medearis Presenter
ERM
Washington, DC 
United States of America
 
Tue, 9/10: 1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM 
00152 
Deep Dive Session 
Greater Columbus Convention Center 
Room: A 211, A 212 

Description

In this panel discussion, representatives of ACC/ICCA, global plastics manufacturers, product formulators, international waste firms, and communities working towards a plastic circular economy will help define the types and complexities of single-use plastics.

This will help define a global plastic footprint for a global brand, informing the types of actions and goals that best incentivize changes, as well as address the negative impacts of plastic waste in the environment.

Learning Objectives

1. Explain the challenges in defining the plastic footprint
2. Explore credible ways companies can engage and move toward a circular plastic economy 

Learning/Experience Level

Experienced

Topic(s)

Value Chain/Supply Chain Communications, Challenges