3rd Recycled Packaging for Food Contact, Can food grade recycled polymers meet global sustainability targets ?

04-05 Jul, 2022 - Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, HYBRID

Crowne Plaza Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter

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Speakers at this Event

Claire McKillen

Claire McKillen

Team Manager - Packaging Migration and MS Solutions

Fera Science Ltd

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Claire McKillen

Claire McKillen

Team Manager - Packaging Migration and MS Solutions

Fera Science Ltd

AGENDA SESSION

Migration and Non-Intentionally Added Substance Testing of Recycled Plastics for Food Contact Materials

Day 1 [Mon 04, July], at 03:20 PM

PROFILE

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Claire is the ‘Packaging Migration and Mass Spectrometry Solutions’ Team Manager, within the Food Quality and Safety Programme at Fera Science Ltd. She is responsible for the management of a team of diverse and experienced chemists who work together to provide customers with bespoke solutions to their Food Contact Material (FCM) enquiries. The team’s areas of expertise include method development and validation as well as non-targeted high resolution mass spectrometry analysis for the determination of non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) in FCMs. Recently the team have been involved in the analysis of recycled materials (in particular recycled PET) for use as FCMs.
Claire trained as a chemist and has 20 years experience in analytical chemistry from across various sectors, in particular gas chromatography and mass spectrometry techniques and food packaging analysis.
Claire is also the Fera lead for the UK National Reference Laboratory (NRL) for FCMs.