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The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will run a session on understanding the 2025 National Packaging Targets and sustainable packaging next month.

The session, to be run on 23 October alongside the ISSA Cleaning & Hygiene Expo and Waste Expo Australia, will include speakers such as Barry Cosier, sustainability director, Australian Food and Grocery Council; Kurt Palmer, director, Australian Industrial Ecology Network (AIEN); Keith Chessell FAIP, board member, Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO); Michael Vandertop, managing director, Rhima Australia; and Simon Van Leuven MAIP, managing director, Vanden Recycling.

According to Nerida Kelton, executive director AIP, the session will be focused on the impact of the targets, and the shift to sustainable packaging, on the waste and cleaning industries.

“This session will be designed as an interactive panel discussion so that you can understand the challenges and changes faced across the entire supply chain.

“The AIP encourages all attendees to also attend Waste Expo Australia and ISSA Cleaning & Hygiene Expo after this seminar to see the latest products and machinery,” said Kelton.

All of industry is invited to attend the seminar. Registration is open now.

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