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3 "Must Go to" Workshops - 17 - 19 October 2006

Foodtech Packtech - 3 "Must Go to" Workshops - 17 - 19 October 2006

3 “MUST GO TO” WORKSHOPS


HOSTED BY THE PACKAGING COUNCIL OF NEW ZEALAND & THE NEW ZEALAND PACKAGING ACCORD SECRETARIAT


DAVID PERCHARD
PACKAGING & WASTE MANAGEMENT
TUESDAY 17 OCTOBER 2006
Breakfast and Lunch Sessions
7:30am – 11:00am
12:30pm-4:00pm


PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY FOODSTUFFS (NZ) LTD

Perchards has been engaged by some 280 companies and trade associations based in 26 countries working for clients in every continent except Antarctica!

Two sessions from David Perchard (Europe's foremost expert on recycling policy) on his international experience of waste management, particularly the EU Packaging & Packaging Waste Directive and issues such as policy options for packaging regulation (Australia and the UK) and the pitfalls to be avoided.

MEMBER PRICE $ 85.00+GST
NON MEMBER PRICE $115.00+GST
TO REGISTER EMAIL
donna[at]packaging.org.nz


HELEN LEWIS SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING
FOR THE
SUPPLY CHAIN, PURCHASING
& PRODUCT MANAGERS
WEDNESDAY 18 OCTOBER 2006
10:00am – 5:00pm

THIS WORKSHOP IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY
COCA-COLA AMATIL (NZ) LTD

A full day workshop giving an overview of packaging sustainability including drivers for change, the Australian National Packaging Covenant and the New Zealand Packaging Accord, eco-design strategies, design for recycling and degradability, life cycle thinking and assessment, communications and marketing.

Presented by Helen Lewis – Centre for Design at RMIT University – Melbourne.

This is the third time Helen has presented this course to specific sectors within the packaged goods industry. Feedback from those attending past workshops has been that the content, discussion groups and networking opportunities have been excellent and extremely worthwhile.

PRICE PER PERSON $ 390.00+GST
IF REGISTERING AFTER 9 OCTOBER 2006
$ 490.00+GST
TO REGISTER EMAIL
donna[at]packaging.org.nz


NANDOR & METIRIA
NZ GREEN PARTY
GREENS FOR BREAKFAST

YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PUT QUESTIONS TO THE PANEL ON
Product Stewardship, Container Deposit Legislation and Waste Levies
THURSDAY 19 OCTOBER 2006
Breakfast 7:00am – 9:30am

Informative and entertaining breakfast and a chance for all to put their questions to a panel of MP’s regarding the Green’s Waste Minimisation (Solids) Bill. Nandor Tanczos will be oversees at the time but Metiria Turei, spokesperson for Environmental Education for the Greens, will address the Bill and your questions.

The line up of MP’s includes:


METIRIA TUREI
NEW ZEALAND GREENS
SPOKESPERSON FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
www.greens.org.nz


DOUG WOOLERTON
NEW ZEALAND FIRST
SPOKESPERSON ON THE ENVIRONMENT
www.nzfirst.org.nz


NANAIA MAHUTA
LABOUR
ASSOCIATE MINISTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
www.labour.org.nz
www.beehive.govt.nz


NICKY WAGNER
NATIONAL
ASSOCIATE SPOKESPERSON FOR ENVIRONMENT / RMA
www.national.org.nz
www.nickywagner.co.nz

PRICE PER PERSON $ 50.00+GST
TO REGISTER EMAIL
donna[at]packaging.org.nz


ENDS

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