The Big Plastics Debate

National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham
Birmingham, United Kingdom
27 - 28/02/2019

Sustainability is under the spotlight like never before...

The Big Plastics Debate in association with OPRL and Food Service Packaging Association will comprise of four sessions, two on each afternoon, focusing on the key topics around the drive to reduce plastic waste.

Day 1 kicks off with the Ecopack challenge with latest sustainability innovators pitching their solutions to a panel of judges led by M&S, followed by a debate on plastics where two sides battle it out to win over audience opinion.

Day two sees a diverse expert panel debating how to designing packaging for a circular economy following by a discussion on the best methods of influencing consumers to change their habits to create a truly circular economy. More details to be revealed soon...


View the latest debate from Packaging Innovations & Luxury Packaging London 2018

How business can work with Government, Day 1

Julian Hunt, Coca-Cola - Panel, Day 1

Paul Day, Church & Dwight - Panel, Day 1

Jane Skelton, Sainsbury's - Panel, Day 1

The Rt. Hon Lord Deben, Lord Gummer - Day 1

Questions for the panel - Day 1

Being the solution not the problem - Panel, Day 1

What Alternatives do we Have Pitches and QA - Day 2

Closing the Loop, addressing the challenges around waste management - Panel, Day 2