A transparent supply chain is one of the keys to avoiding problematic chemical substances in your products. We will postulate it is the only way forward to pave the way for a circular economy for packaging materials. In the first instnce it is about trust, declarations and information on the chemical content of the products from your suppliers and from their suppliers. It is also about closing the circle of the material flow in the supply chain.
In this webinar we present the experience from a printing company which has been through the process of substitution of problematic substances in their entire product portfolio. Furthermore, we introduce a new guidance and tools supporting companies towards a circular economy.
Presenters at the one-hour webinar:
Kasper Larsen, CCO and owner, KLS Pure-print A/S. As one of only three printing companies in the world KLS Pure-print produces 100% biodegradable printed matter and packaging that are Cradle-to-Cradle certified and completely free of harmful chemicals and heavy metals.
Margrethe Winther-Nielsen, PhD, Senior Researcher & Consultant, DHI Environment and Toxicology. She has been responsible for R&D within product safety and environmental risk at DHI during the last 10 years. She is a key person in the development of new metrics and tools aiming to support the industry in substitution of chemical substances of concern.