Kelly L. Helein | Vice President, Strategic Accounts of Footprint, US
Simon Webb | Government Relations of P&G, Belgium
Vincent Mooij | Head of SUEZ.circpack® of SUEZ, The Netherlands
Tim Mulder I Sustainable Packaging Development of FrieslandCampina, The Netherlands and Jean-Baptiste Bayart, Sustainability Consultant, Quantis, Switzerland
Pascal Chapon | Sustainable Plastic R&D Manager of Danone, France
Philippe Diercxsens | Packaging & Environment Manager of Danone Waters, Belgium
Ramon Arratia | Sustainability Director of Ball Beverage Packaging Europe, UK
Michael Brandl | Managing Director of EXTR:ACT e.V., Germany
Herman Van Roost | President of Plarebel, Belgium
Joachim Quoden | Managing Director of EXPRA, Germany
Panellists featuring: Coca Cola, UNESCO Chair in Life Cycle and Climate Change (ESCI-UPF), Expra, Ball Beverage Packaging Europe and more to be confirmed
Packaging recovery organisations are facing many challenges that impact their operations and business model, and consequently impact producers who rely on these schemes to comply with their legal obligations under Extended Producer Responsibility for packaging. This panel discussion will explore whether Deposit Return Schemes are the only way for beverage producers to comply with their new legal obligations and what the impact of the introduction of DRS is on existing EPR systems.
- Is the introduction of DRS really necessary, and if so, on what exactly?
- Will the introduction of DRS have a detrimental effect on the effectiveness and efficiency of
existing EPR systems?
Moderator: Joachim Quoden; Managing Director, EXPRA Europe
Alba Bala Gala, Senior Researcher, UNESCO Chair in Life Cycle and Climate Change (ESCI-UPF)
Hans Van Bochove, Vice-President Public Affairs Europe, Coca-Cola European Partners (tentative)
Ramon Arratia, Sustainability & Public Affairs Director, Ball Beverage Packaging Europe
More panellists to be confirmed ...
Umberto Paves | CFO of Gr3n, Switzerland
Carlos Ludlow Palafox | CEO of Enval Ltd., UK
Dr. Catharina Bening | Senior Researcher of ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Graham Houlder | Project Co-ordinator of CEFLEX project, The Netherlands
Dr. Jane Muncke | Managing Director of Food Packaging Forum Foundation, Switzerland
Hein van den Reek I Director Business Development Formable Europe of BillerudKorsnäs AB, Sweden and Dr. Christoph Hoffmann I Director Corporate Strategy, BD & Sustainability of ALPLA, Austria
Riccardo Castagnetti | Director, Portfolio Planning and Strategy of Tetra Pak, Italy
Raphaël Bardet | Head of Business Line, Food of Ahlstrom-Munksjö Specialties, France
Erwin Vink | Senior Sustainability Manager of NatureWorks LLC, The Netherlands
Michael Delle Selve | Senior Communication Manager of FEVE – The European Container Glass Federation, Belgium
Dr. Armin von Keitz | Manager Sustainability and Associations Packaging of Tata Steel, The Netherlands
Panellists featuring: Nestlé; WWF, Stora Enso, Huhtamaki and more to be announced
Is fibre-based packaging a feasible alternative for plastics?
What are the innovations and technologies to enable such transition?
How to maintain the intrinsic nature of paper and recyclability in such transition?
Moderator: Jonathan Tame, Managing Director, Two Sides, UK
Alexey Vishtal, Packaging Specialist Paper & Board, Nestlé, Switzerland
Michael Hahl, Sustainability and Strategic Innovation Director, Huhtamaki Flexibles, Germany
Mauro Giuseppe Ciriminna, Senior Pulp, Paper and Packaging Advisor, Forest Sector Transformation, WWF, Sweden
Maria Holopainen, Business Lead on Circular Economy, Stora Enso, Finland
More panellists to be announced...
Start-Ups featuring: Ubuntoo, DropBucket ApS and more to be announced
Start-ups will have the chance to present their innovation, followed by panel and Q&A session
Harnessing sustainability hacking
Real-time examples how we leverage digital technologies and the principles of network effects to drive a corporate sustainability agenda and help solve the world’s most pressing environmental issues.
Peter Schelstraete, Co-Founder and CEO, Ubuntoo, USA
Turning the waste problem on festivals up-side-down
Waste problem on festival
Changing peoples mindset
Winning the world most famous design
Heiða Gunnarsdóttir Nolsøe, DropBucket ApS, Denmark
Polarfins giving value to mixed plastics waste
Re use of multi-layer plastic films back into plastic films
New compatabilisation chemistry
Overcoming challenges of mixed plastic waste streams
Simon Waddington, Business Development Director, Interface Polymers Ltd., UK
More speakers to be announced...
Pablo Fernandez | Director of Climate Services at BVRio, Market Outreach Lead at the 3R Initiative of BVRio, The 3R Initiative, Switzerland
Xavier Melisse | PWI Supplies Category Manager WW and EMEA of HP, Belgium