Industry Intelligence presenting webinar on April 9 that focuses on introducing innovative packaging materials into curbside collection programs with MicroGREEN Polymers CTO, Solegear Bioplastics CEO, Dow Chemical sustainability and advocacy manager
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LOS ANGELES, March 26, 2014
– MicroGREEN Polymers, Solegear and Dow Chemical discuss the challenges of introducing innovative packaging materials into curbside collection programs in an April 9 Industry Intelligence webinar
Industry Intelligence Inc., a market intelligence and information management company, today announced it will present a webinar panel on April 9 with Krishna Nadella, co-founder and chief technology officer at MicroGREEN Polymers Inc.; Toby Reid, founder and CEO of Solegear Bioplastics Inc. and Erica Ocampo, sustainability and advocacy manager at The Dow Chemical Co.
In this online panel, moderated by PAC NEXT Executive Director Alan Blake, speakers will discuss the challenges of introducing innovative packaging materials into curbside collection programs.
This is a must-attend webinar for professionals in the packaging, sustainability and consumer package goods industries to learn what is being done successfully to introduce innovative packaging materials into curbside collection programs.
To open the webinar, Krishna Nadella of MicroGREEN will discuss how his company’s foam PET InCycle ® insulated cups close the recycle loop. Toby Reid of Solegear will provide specific information on the role played by bioplastics.
Wrapping up the discussion, Erica Ocampo of Dow Chemical will address how packages must be resource-efficient while still protecting the product, be easy to use and remain cost-competitive.
Industry Intelligence hosts this webinar as part of its ongoing initiative to provide market-relevant, value-added content. PAC NEXT sponsors this event. The Packaging Association (PAC), the voice of the Canadian packaging industry since 1950, created PAC NEXT to proactively help the industry transition toward a world without packaging waste.
There is no charge to register for this webinar, but space is limited. To learn more about this presentation and to reserve your seat, please visit, www.i2live.net.
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