Current Media Releases
Previous News items
January 2014 - ALCAS presents Bio-based Products and Life Cycle Assessment Roundtable : Wednesday, 19 February 2014 : 8:45 AM to 1:30 PM : Click HERE for more event details.
September 2013 - Environmental Packaging International (EPI) and SPA have announced that they have entered into a Channel Partnership in the North American market. EPI are specialists in global environmental packaging and product stewardship requirements. Click here to learn more about EPI.
July 2013 - Sustainable Packaging Alliance increases footprint with Channel Partnerships. Click here to read the full article in Food & Beverage Packaging.
June 2013 - 25th DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation. Click here to read the full article on the DuPont website.
May 2013 - A one-day round table at RMIT University has explored the marketing advantages of packaging for sustainability. Click here to read an article in the RMIT News about this event, jointly hosted by the Sustainable Packaging Alliance and RMIT's Centre for Design
3 April 2013 - AFGC launches new toolkit for Sustainable Food Packaging. Click here to read the full article.
27 November 2012 - Read how sustainable packaging innovations have saved Nestle between 40 and 70 million kg of materials over the past two decades. Click here to read article from the Environmental Leader.
19 November 2012 - Packaging World, one of the leading trade publications world-wide, features Nestle's presentation from the 2012 Pack Expo held in Chicago, which makes mention of SPA and PIQET. Click here to read their article.
2012 NEW BOOK RELEASE! Packaging for Sustainability
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4 October 2011 - Marks & Spencer (UK) uses PIQET to Evaluate Packaging.
To read this article in the Environmental Leader, click here
September 2011 - Consumer Goods companies release first global measurement system, Global Protocol on Packaging Sustainability (GPPS). Use of the Protocol is free of charge from the project website: http://globalpackaging.mycgforum.com/
3 June 2011 - AAP Magazine Article - Read More