Avery Dennison webinar on liner recycling this afternoon

AD webinar series on reducing environmental impact

Avery Dennison
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Avery Dennison is organizing the next session of AD webinar series focusing on reducing environmental impact with AD sustainable solutions and exploring new possibilities in liner and matrix recycling. Label waste is not always visible on the final packaging, but its impact on brand reputation is no less real. For the effective recycling of glassine liners as well as the matrix, a proper waste collection system and separation technologies must be in place. 

In this webinar Avery Dennison will guide you on how it continues to provide sustainable products and label waste recycling services, making it easier for converters and brand owners to take part in creating a circular economy and secure their sustainability credentials.

The next session of the webinar will take place on 17 September 2021 from 1500 – 1615 hrs IST. Vikas Mahajan, Commercial head, Mahajan Recycle Resources; and Naresh Panchal, director, Dhartie Warriors Urban will be the speakers for this event.

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