May 26-27, 2020 Carreau du Temple - Paris - France Le salon des innovations packaging pour l'écologie

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June 04, 2019

Introduction by Annette LENDAL - ELLEN MACARTHUR FOUNDATION

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June 04, 2019

Panorama of a sector immersed in its green transition

Ecodesign, European normative framework, environmental claims, restitution of information to the consumer, end of life... These are all terms to understand and master in order to anticipate the next CSR steps of your responsible packaging launch. A global perspective is needed....

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June 04, 2019

Brands commitment: beyond the marketing effect, the reality

Raised awareness to the urgent need for initiatives in terms of sustainable development, luxury companies have taken up this ethical and responsible issue in the manufacture of their packaging.
Being durable to last, these brands no longer doubt it.

 

 

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June 04, 2019

Case studie CENTURY BOX x GENAVEH

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June 04, 2019

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June 04, 2019

COOPERATIVE MU / LOUIS VUITTON feedback

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June 04, 2019

GROUPE POCHET / L'OREAL feedback

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June 04, 2019

APTAR / LUSH feedback

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June 04, 2019

GAINERIE 91 / SAINTE GENEVIÈVE SCHOOL feedback

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June 04, 2019

SEGEDE / COURVOISIER feedback

With Jean-Pierre TRESCARTES (SEGEDE) and Laurent DELIGAND (COURVOISIER)
Moderated by Thomas GUELLER (V&S NEWS)

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June 05, 2019

Reduce, reuse, recycle...Goes to a circular economy ?

Sustainable development is part of all conversations in the luxury sector. In the packaging sector, many initiatives are to be welcomed. However most of the actions undertaken are focused on 'reduction' and 'recycling'...How work towards a circular economy ?

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June 05, 2019

Consumer: sustainable expectations

According to a recent study, three out of four consumers say they are willing to pay more for luxury packaging designed in a sustainable way.
The ability of brands to enhance their eco-designed approach and make it a selection criterion therefore tends to contribute to the evolution of the final consumer's perception of luxury.
Is the 100% green for tomorrow?

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June 05, 2019

ALBEA / SEVENTYONE PERCENT feedback

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June 05, 2019

ISEM / KIKO feedback

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June 05, 2019

ICMA / L’ORÉAL feedback

Second Life: an example of Italian best practice. An innovative circular economy project developed by L’Oréal Italia.

The project was developed in partnership with Icma Sartorial Paper, a firm that specialises in the production of creative paper and card for top-end packaging.

These are the key features of the project:

– The Second Life project is designed to reduce the environment impact of L’Oréal’s cellulose industrial waste, instead giving it a second life by reusing it. L’Oréal will reuse its waste paper in packaging lines, ranging from boxes to display cases, as part of a circular economy.

– Icma has developed specific processes, including waste collection and paper processing, designed to ensure the industrial recycled paper and card offer the same visual appearance and technical performance as virgin cellulose products. The resulting paper will therefore comply with the corporate style requirements.

– Shortening the production chain: the waste is used directly as a raw material for producing new paper, without the intermediate step of pure or recycled cellulose production.

– Shortening distances: the entire production chain, from waste to box, is based in Italy.

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June 05, 2019

PRIMAL-NATUREPLAST / SERVAIRE&CO feedback

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