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Registrations are open for Australia’s most comprehensive Packaging Summit

International Keynote

Ministerial Keynote

Dr Carl Olsmats

General Secretary

World Packaging Organisation

(Sweden)

Keynote

25 th -26 th August 2009

INNOVATION

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

The Hon

Gavin Jennings MP

Minister for Sustainability

and Climate Change /

Minister for Innovation (VIC)

Expert Speakers

8 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

1

In 2 information packed days get a complete overview of the

Australian Packaging Industry on a strategic level

Ed Cordner

CEO

The National Packaging

Covenant

2

3

Examine the environmental, economic and social

implications of the Australian Packaging Supply Chain

Learn about key industry practices from a plethora of highly

qualified and motivated speakers

Angela Nicholls

Sustainability Communications

Manager

VISY Industries

Brand Owners

4

Understand what is changing, why it is happening and what

is forecast

5

Discover new technology in design, research, manufacture

and innovation

Keith Chessell

Packaging Technical Specialist

Cadbury Limited

6

7

8

Hear from Government, ngo’s and key industry stakeholders

about new developments in industry policy, regulations,

targets, best practice and industry standards

Gain insight in to how the Australian Packaging Supply Chain

measures up from a global perspective

Search for responsible and sustainable solutions for the

Australian Packaging Industry

Andrew Vanstone

Group General Manager,

Marketing and Sustainability

Amcor Australasia

Julia Seddon

Group Environment Manager

Inghams Enterprises

Greg Doyle

Product Manager

Ella Baché

OVER 25 SPEAKERS INCLUDING

• John Lawson, Manager NSW, Global Renewables Limited

• Alan Adams, President , Australasian Bioplastics Association

• Mark Henderson, Marketing Manager, Tassal Pure Tasmania

• Fraser Brindly, Project Manager / Smart Production and Consumption,

Environment Victoria

• Ben Morris, Policy Advisor - Waste & Energy,

Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV)

• Peter Bury, Director Industry Development / Plastics,

Plastics & Chemicals Industry Association

REGISTER NOW

Tel: (02) 8908 8506

www.acevents.com.au/packaging2009

Dr Frank Glatz

Managing Director

Biograde Limited

Gavin Williams

CEO

Packaging Council of

Australia


Day One: Tuesday 25 th August 2009

AUSTRALIAN PACKAGING SUMMIT 09

25 TH - 26 TH AUGUST 2009 - GRAND HYATT MELBOURNE

8.15 Registration

8.50 Opening remarks from the Chair

International Keynote Address

9.00 Innovative and sustainable packaging in a

global perspective

Dr Carl Olsmats, General Secretary,

World Packaging Organisation (Sweden)

Keynote Address

9.40 The National Packaging Covenant update

– On track for 2010 targets?

• Cradle to Cradle theme

• Objectives, Goals, Targets update

• Getting balance between cost reduction and environmental

impact

• Industry regulatory reporting programmes

• Improving the “lifescycle management” or

sustainability of packaging

• Go beyond the requirements of the Covenant

Ed Cordner, CEO, The National Packaging Covenant

10.10 Towards sustainable packaging

• Perceptions about over-packaging and excessive waste

• Actions and KPI’s for demonstrating progress towards

sustainable packaging

• Improving accountability and transparency in reporting

environmental performance

• Innovative approaches which contribute to supply

chain sustainability

• Broader trends in sustainable packaging

Gavin Williams, CEO, Packaging Council of Australia

10.40 Morning Tea

Manufacturers

Case Study

11.10 VISY – Lessons learnt from world leader in

sustainable business practices

• Accomplish environmental and social improvements in

concert with business growth

• New sustainability awareness program for staff, customers

and the community

• Opportunities for additional investment in resource

recovery

Angela Nicholls, Sustainability Communications

Manager, Visy Industries

Case Study

11.50 Amcor Australasia - Innovation and technology

• Amcor and the National Packaging Covenant

• Innovation – What’s new in technology for a sustainable

future from a manufacturer’s perspective

• Environmental, Financial, Social impact – Amcor Australasia

a sustainable model for industry best practice

Andrew Vanstone,

Group General Manager of Marketing and

Sustainability, Amcor Australasia

Panel Discussion

12.30 Global directions

Dr Carl Olsmats, General Secretary,

World Packaging Organisation

Ed Cordner, CEO, The National Packaging Covenant

Angela Nicholls, Sustainability Communications Manager,

Visy Industries

Andrew Vanstone,

Group General Manager of Marketing and Sustainability,

Amcor Australasia

1.00 Lunch

Waste / Recycling / Landfill

2.00 Disposal of packaging – Who is responsible?

- Government / Retailer / Manufacturer /

Consumer?

• Landfill or Recycle?

• Is recycling viable? If so at what cost?

• Alternative New Technologies - Biodegradable

• Mixture of Packaging – Recyclable / Biodegradable

• Trends in waste management and recycling

Nicholas Harford, Principal, Equilibrium OMG

2.30 Advanced waste technology

• AWT Infrastructure to close the loop - The success of

sustainable packaging depends on widely available

AWT

John Lawson, Manager NSW

Global Renewables Limited

3.00 Relationship between Packaging and Waste

Management industries

• Waste Management Association’s perspective: What

should the packaging industry incorporate into design and

manufacturing process?

• How waste management fits into packaging lifecycle and

how information can be fed back to the brand owner and

packaging supplier to ultimately improve the environmental

outcome

• Case Study – Sustainable trees to make paper

• How the global economic downturn is affecting the waste

management industry and how this affects the

packaging supply chain

Lillias Bovell, President,

Waste Management Association of Australia

3.30 Afternoon Tea

Bioplastics & Alternative Technology

4.00 Seedling programme

• How it works (identification)

• Why it is based on the European System (Awareness)

• Future recovery of these materials (Infrastructure)

Alan Adams, President,

Australasian Bioplastics Association

Case Study

4.30 Biograde Limited - Sustainability success story

• With renewable resource-based plastics towards

sustainable packaging

• Sustainable packaging – key drivers and market

dynamics

• Update on commercial successes and learnings

Dr Frank Glatz, Managing Director, Biograde Limited

Panel Discussion

5.00 Recycling and Sustainability

Nicholas Harford, Principal, Equilibrium OMG

John Lawson, Manager NSW, Global Renewables Limited

Lillias Bovell, President,

Waste Management Association of Australia

Alan Adams, President,

Australasian Bioplastics Association

Dr Frank Glatz, Managing Director, Biograde Limited

5.30 Cocktail drinks reception

Register before 30 th June for just $1,195 + GST Call us on (02) 8908


Day Two: Wednesday 26 th August 2009

AUSTRALIAN PACKAGING SUMMIT 09

25 TH - 26 TH AUGUST 2009 - GRAND HYATT MELBOURNE

8.15 Registration

Ministerial Keynote Address

9.00 Victoria State strategy for ecologically

sustainable development

• Update of legislation regarding packaging regulation

• What can other states learn

• Integrating economic, social and environmental concerns

and needs of the community

• Accounting properly for the economic costs of

environmental degradation

• Responsibility for the welfare of future generations

• Environmental risks and uncertainty facing Victoria

The Hon Gavin Jennings MP,

Minister for Sustainability and Climate Change /

Minister for Innovation (VIC)

Brand Owners perspective

Case Study

9.40 Cadbury Limited - Brand owners responsibility

when designing new packaging

• Packaging performance in field versus perceptions of over

packaging

• National Packaging Covenant, ECoPP and PIQET tool

• The importance of clear labeling for consumer recycling

• New packaging technologies and the impact and

concerns for future

Keith Chessell, Packaging Technical Specialist,

Cadbury Limited

Panel Discussion

10.10 Brand Packaging 2010 and beyond

• What are the key contributirs for brand owners in the

development of their packaging strategies?

• What does the Government’s policy imply to the brand

owners?

• How should brand owners react to shifting consumer

attitudes?

• Future challenges and opportunities for brand owners

Greg Doyle, Product Manager, Ella Baché

Keith Chessell, Packaging Technical Specialist,

Cadbury Limited

Julia Seddon, Group Environment Manager,

Inghams Enterprises

Mark Henderson, Marketing Manager,

Tassal Pure Tasmania

10.40 Morning Tea

11.10 Environmental Code of Practice for Packaging

• Why environmental design is important for the bottom line

• Implementation of ECoPP in the packaging supply chain:

a report card

• Examples of how companies are using ECoPP in

new product development

Helen Lewis, Environmental Consultant,

Sustainable Packaging Alliance

Panel Discussion

11.40 Industry Perspectives

Keith Chessell, Packaging Technical Specialist,

Cadbury Limited

Greg Doyle, Product Manager, Ella Baché

Helen Lewis, Environmental Consultant,

Sustainable Packaging Alliance

Dr Carl Olsmats, General Secretary,

World Packaging Organisation

Ed Cordner, CEO, The National Packaging Covenant

Angela Nicholls, Sustainability Communications Manager,

Visy Industries

Andrew Vanstone,

Group General Manager of Marketing and Sustainability,

Amcor Australasia

Peter Bury, Director Industry Development / Plastics,

Plastics & Chemicals Industry Association

Bryce Hedditch, Director, Suspakt Consulting

12.30 Lunch

1.30 Environment Victoria – Sustainability from the

perspective of a Non Government Organisation

• Zero Waste Campaign - every waste is a resource

• Packaging for bottom line sales not for environment

• Curbing packaging resource and litter problem

• Update on Dump and Keep Awards

Fraser Brindly,

Project Manager / Smart Production and Consumption,

Environment Victoria

2.00 Packaging from a Local Government perspective

• Sustainability – Consideration for an organisations “triple

bottom line”

• Local government perspective in community

sustainability

Ben Morris, Policy Advisor - Waste & Energy,

Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV)

2.30 Plastics & Chemicals Industry Association

perspective on:

• Sustainable Design

• Lifescycle Approach

• Whole of Life

• Lifescycle Tools

• What happens to materials at end of life?

Peter Bury, Director Industry Development / Plastics,

Plastics & Chemicals Industry Association

3.00 Close of Summit

Sponsorship/Exhibition Opportunities

The Australian Packaging Summit 2009 offers an unrivalled marketing solution that works to your organisation’s needs by providing

an efficient and flexible way to communicate with your target audience. If you have products, solutions or services that can assist

the Packaging, Waste Management, Recycling or Sustainability industries this is the only event that will gather and connect you

with your customers and prospects from across the nation.

Whether you are looking to engineer new business, build awareness, or cement existing relationships sponsoring the Australian

Packaging Summit 2009 can provide you with the edge your competitors will envy.

For sponsorship enquiries contact Jon Treherne on ph: 02 8908 8516 or jon@acevents.com.au

8506 or register online at www.acevents.com.au/packaging2009


25 th -26 th August 2009

INNOVATION

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

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AUSTRALIAN PACKAGING SUMMIT 09

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25 TH - 26 TH AUGUST 2009 - GRAND HYATT MELBOURNE

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