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November-December 2018 NEWS
Exhibition space for AUSPACK 2019 is 100 per cent sold out and visitor registrations
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and our waste management systems are no longer fit for purpose. We can no longer simply rely on consumers to solve the problem: we need gov- ernment and industry working side by side to create scaled, stan- dardised solutions to tackle packag- ing waste,” Geminder said.
“As passionate recyclers and innovators now is the time to set ambitious goals and drive the changes that can lead the indus- try to the End of Waste."
Geminder believes that to re- alise this vision, Australasia needs industry-wide collabora- tion to simplify the recycling process for consumers.
“Consumers should not be forced to choose between value and sus- tainability,” Geminder said. ■
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