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Are you coming to Empack at Kistamässan this autumn? We are of course on site and would love to meet you! Take the opportunity to visit us at stand D:14 on the 4-5th of October, where we stand together with Näringslivets Producentansvar and Bower. We are happy to answer all your questions about producer responsibility.

Don’t miss listening to Helena Nylén, CEO of Näringslivets Producentansvar and FTI, and Mattias Philipsson, CEO of Swedish Plastic Recycling, who will speak during the fair.


New regulation, new responsibilities – this is what you need to know as a producer!

Speaker: Helena Nylén, CEO at Näringslivets Producentansvar and FTI
 Empack Scenen
Date: 4th of October
Time: 12:30 – 13:00

There is currently a lot happening in the packaging area. The new packaging regulation and further changes linked to laws and directives are underway both at EU level and nationally. What is important for you as a producer and packaging developer to keep track of going forward? What are the possible success factors and pitfalls and what support is available?

Helena Nylén talks about the development in the field and the legislation that regulates it, about the importance of traceability and the challenges that exist – as well as the support that Näringslivets Producentansvar can offer.


How we solve the plastic recycling paradox

Speaker: Mattias Philipsson, CEO at Swedish Plastic Recycling
Location: Empack Scenen
Date: 5th of October
Time: 10:15 – 10:45

From 2030, every plastic packaging placed on the European market must contain recycled plastic raw material by law. That shouldn’t be a problem – if it weren’t for the plastic recycling paradox: there is plenty of plastic in society and the market is crying out for high-quality recycled raw material. But the recycling industry mainly produces low-quality plastic products that cannot be used for plastic packaging. An impossible equation for a circular economy.

Mattias Philipsson explains the plastic recycling paradox and what is required for Sweden to reach its climate goals by making plastic part of the circular economy.


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