Victor Bell, president of Environmental Packaging International
Thursday, January 26, 2012
2 p.m. ET | 11 a.m. PT
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Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is an effort to shift responsibility for packaging and printed paper recycling and disposal from local governments to private industry. Adopting EPR is an ongoing trend throughout the world and almost every OECD country except the U.S. has EPR on packaging.
Victor Bell, president of Environmental Packaging International, will share his understanding of EPR models around the world and the future of an EPR scheme in the U.S. in this i2live webcast. He will also discuss the implications for brand owners of paper and board packaging and the CPG industry.
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Victor Bell’s presentation will address these questions:
- What is EPR? How does it impact CPG and brand owners?
- What are the packaging fees around the world?
- What are the key assumptions of EPR models?
- EPR in the U.S., Latin America, and Canada
- What is the future of EPR?
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Environmental Packaging International (EPI) is a consultancy specializing in environmental compliance, product stewardship, and sustainability issues related to packaging, batteries, electronics, and other products. The company offers a full range of customized regulatory tracking, research, compliance management, and services related to the development and implementation of corporate sustainability goals. EPI assists many of its clients in integrating aspects of environmental compliance such as data collection, fee calculation and reporting into their supply chain management, product design process, and other business systems. EPI is offering companies a comprehensive software solution to their international reporting needs. For more information, visit http://www.enviro-pac.com