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    UK Parliament to dramatically reduce plastic use through new compostable products

    The UK Parliament has announced that it intends to lead by example by replacing existing single-use plastic items in the House of Commons and the House of Lords with a new range of compostable products. The plant-based products include certified compostable single-use cutlery, coffee cups and lids, soup containers, takeaway food containers, salad boxes, and drinking straws.

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    • September 19, 2018

    'Strong demand' for packaging authentication technology

    A new packaging report confirms there is a ‘strong demand’ for the latest anti-counterfeiting technology. The Global Anti-Counterfeit Packaging Market Professional Survey Report 2018 examined the anti-counterfeiting packaging market in North America, China, Europe, Asia, Japan and India, and forecasts production, revenue, consumption, and import and export in these regions up to 2025. The market for global anti-counterfeit packaging technologies is set to continue to grow in the next few years, reaching more than US$ 357bn by 2026.

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    • September 17, 2018

    Series aims to bring new blood to polymer industry

    UK trade association, The British Plastics federation (BPF), in conjunction with Cogent Skills and PlasticsEurope, is hoping a series of training seminars will help and encourage those in the polymer industry to bring new skills to the sector and encourage young people to base their future careers around it.

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    • September 10, 2018

    Pro Carton launches 5 Rs of Responsibility to help reduce packaging waste

    Pro Carton, the European Association of Carton and Cartonboard manufacturers, has renewed its call for the waste hierarchy to respond to today’s packaging conundrum, stating that the 3 Rs of recycling (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) don't accurately reflect or respond to today's society.

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  • UK Parliament to dramatically reduce plastic use through new compostable products

    UK Parliament to dramatically reduce plastic use through new compostable products

    • News
    • September 20, 2018

    The UK Parliament has announced that it intends to lead by example by replacing existing single-use plastic items in the House of Commons and the House of Lords with a new range of compostable products. The plant-based products include certified compostable single-use cutlery, coffee cups and lids, soup containers, takeaway food containers, salad boxes, and drinking straws.

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