Sweeping restrictions on plastics packaging and usage will affect many businesses across the UK.
From 1 October 2023., businesses will not be able to supply certain single use plastic items to the end user and this will affect the F&B sector the most -as the retailers scramble to think of alternative solutions.
How prepared are businesses in using up all their stock by this date ? And what are their penalties, if not ?
Where are the exemptions and scenarios where there is room for interpretation ?
How about the Plastics Packaging Tax that was imposed last year ? How much revenue has this tax raised and what are the new guidelines on mass balance esp with regards to chemical recycling ?
The UK government signals their strong intent to introduce Extended Producer Responsibility for packaging and that it will replace the current Packaging Waste Regulations with a phased implementation from 2023.
What actions are needed to be taken by organisations to prepare for this ?
Join us for a 2 hour virtual show with the packaging legal experts who will dive into these issues and share their insights on what’s to come !
Further, our CMT Connect Networking platform will be opened for participants for another week to maximise your networking opportunity with the rest of the plastics community.
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- Tom McBeth, Policy & Infrastructure Manager, RECOUP
- Anita Lloyd, Director, Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
- Christopher Smith, Resource Efficiency Leader, Beyondly
- Charlotte Davies, Resource Efficiency Consultant, Beyondly
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