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Today it is possible to use recycled plastics in packaging and other products intended to be in contact with food, following a series of requirements laid down by EU legislation. In the circular economy scenario, it is crucial for companies in the food packaging sector to know the legislation regulating the use of recycled plastics in such applications, what requirements the suppliers must meet and what specifications customers may ask for.

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Registration period
09 of February 2021 or until full capacity

Date and Schedule

10 of Feb 2021

De 15.30 a 17.00 horas - (GMT+1)

Duration

1,5 class hours

Location

Online

Price

AIMPLAS members 120€

Non-members: 150€

Desempleados 120€
10% de descuento a partir del 2º asistente de la misma empresa
10% de descuento si te inscribes 3 semanas antes del inicio del curso
Descuentos acumulables
Tarifa exenta de IVA

Objectives

  • To identify EU legislation associated with the use of recycled plastics in food contact applications
  • To analyse the specific requirements under this legislation.
  • To discover what has to be changed, controlled, measured, analysed and registered to comply with the legislation.
  • To understand and identify the different situations that may arise and how to solve each one.

Who is it aimed at?

  • Manufacturers of food-contact plastic packaging.
  • Food packers.
  • Recycling companies seeking new applications and/or clients for their materials.
  • Priority registration will be given to industrial companies and clients associated to AIMPLAS.

Programme

INTRODUCTION TO FOOD-CONTACT PLASTIC LEGISLATION

INTRODUCTION TO PLASTIC RECYCLING

LEGISLATION REQUIREMENTS FOR RECYCLED PLASTICS IN FOOD CONTACT APPLICATIONS

PRACTICAL CASE STUDIES

  • Recycled material from industrial cut-offs.
  • Recycled material from post-consumer waste.

Open calls

10 of February 2021
De 15.30 a 17.00 horas - (GMT+1)

Online

Methodology

  • A webinar is an online web-based meeting where participants can see what speakers display in their screens and listen to their explanations. Webinars are made in real time and on a specific date and hour and their main characteristic is interactivity between the teacher and the attendees. Attendees only need a computer with active audio and Internet connection to interact with the teacher by using the chat.

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