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Environmental Packaging Awards

The Packaging Council of New Zealand's 2001 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY ACCEPTABLE PACKAGING attracted a broad range of entries covering eight categories. As was the case two years ago, the judges supported by their professional Technical Advisors had a difficult time before reaching agreement as to the sector winners.

The intent of the Awards programme first introduced in 1999 is to recognise and reward those companies / individuals who are making a significant contribution to improve the environmental performance of packaging, packaging systems or the operation of their manufacturing facilities. Factors considered included:

 Achieving material or energy reductions
 Optimising the opportunity for materials recovery
 Utilising most effectively recycled materials
 Representing systems which minimise the adverse effects on the environment

It has been a feature of the entries on both occasions that some aspects that offer gains from an environmental perspective have not been initially obvious. Some entries, while appearing similar to other products in the marketplace, did, after detailed consideration demonstrate significant environmental gains. This was the case with the winner of the Plastic and Supreme Award categories - Coca-Cola Amatil (NZ) Limited with the PET Soft Drink Bottle Packaging.

The Council, the Judges and the Technical Advisors are encouraged by the progress being made with regard to environmental performance and recognise that the entries submitted typify progress in the packaged goods industry. The entries submitted from design students were of a particularly high calibre and clearly indicated their understanding of current issues and positively encompassed the direction in which design must take in the future.

The Hon. Marian Hobbs, Minister for the Environment presented the Awards at the Presentation function held at PINOT Function Centre in Auckland on Thursday evening, 30th August.

W I N N E R S

PACKAGING COUNCIL OF NEW ZEALAND (Inc)
SUPREME AWARD
WINNER
COCA-COLA AMATIL (NZ) LTD
For the PET SOFT DRINK BOTTLE PACKAGING

PACKAGING COUNCIL OF NEW ZEALAND (Inc)
HIGHLY COMMENDED - AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
WINNER
CADBURY CONFECTIONERY LTD
For CADBURY CREME EGGS
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3M NEW ZEALAND LTD
INNOVATION IN DESIGN AWARD
WINNER
CADBURY CONFECTIONERY LTD
For CADBURY CREME EGGS

3M NEW ZEALAND LTD
INNOVATION IN DESIGN - HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD

WINNERS

VERTEX PACIFIC LTD
For ENVIROPAK

REESE VISCOUNT LTD
For EZY PAIL PACKAGING RANGE


AEP INDUSTRIES (NZ) LIMITED
PLASTIC PACKAGING AWARD
WINNER
COCA-COLA AMATIL (NZ) LTD
For the PET SOFT DRINK BOTTLE PACKAGING


AEP INDUSTRIES (NZ) LIMITED
PLASTIC PACKAGING - HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD
WINNER
ASTRON PLASTICS LTD
For SLIPPAL™
AN INNOVATIVE HYBRID OF A PALLET & SLIPSHEET
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AMCOR BEVERAGE CANS AUSTRALASIA
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN BY A TERTIARY STUDENT AWARD
WINNER
WANGANUI POLYTECH SCHOOL OF DESIGN
For 'CUTIE PRINCESS' ' BONING KNIFE' & 'CONNECTIONS'


AMCOR BEVERAGE CANS AUSTRALASIA
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN BY A TERTIARY STUDENT
HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD
WINNER
RICHARD PRICE
STUDENT - AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
For 'BEDSIDE LAMP' & 'TOMMEE TIPPEE CUTLERY'
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AUCKLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AWARD
WINNER
CARTER HOLT HARVEY PACKAGING CARTON AUCKLAND
For CARTON BOARD LANDFILL REDUCTION


AUCKLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT - COMMENDED AWARD
WINNER
SHISEIDO NZ LIMITED
For ECO-MITTEE
A SOLUTION FOR RECYCLING & WASTE REDUCTION
_____________________________________________

CARTER HOLT HARVEY
AWARD FOR PAPER PACKAGING
WINNER
VISY BOARD (NZ) LTD
For the 10KG MODULAR KIWI FRUIT CASE
_____________________________________________

COCA-COLA AMATIL (NZ) LTD
AWARD FOR PACKAGING SYSTEMS
WINNER
ZESPRI INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
For PACK HEIGHT REDUCTION USING NESTIBLE POCKET PACKS

COCA-COLA AMATIL (NZ) LTD
COMMENDED AWARD FOR PACKAGING SYSTEMS
WINNER
ASTRON PLASTICS LTD
For SLIPPAL™
AN INNOVATIVE HYBRID OF A PALLET & SLIPSHEET
_____________________________________________

WASTE MANAGEMENT NZ LTD
AWARD FOR RECOVERED PACKAGING MATERIALS
WINNER
COCA-COLA AMATIL (NZ) LTD
For the PET SOFT DRINK BOTTLE PACKAGING

WASTE MANAGEMENT NZ LTD
HIGHLY COMMENDED AWARD FOR RECOVERED PACKAGING MATERIALS
WINNERS


ASTRON PLASTICS LTD
For SLIPPAL™
AN INNOVATIVE HYBRID OF A PALLET & SLIPSHEET

PREMIER PLASTICS LTD
For DRAINFLO COUPLERS & FITTINGS
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