Are you ready to make sustainable packaging printing decisions that matter?
by Evert Ouwerkerk, Expert in sustainable packaging printing
Tuesday, 13 February at 13:00 GMT
Join us for an exciting webinar that will equip you with the knowledge to make sustainable packaging printing decisions that matter! The world of sustainable packaging printing presents us with a maze of complex decisions and dilemmas. In this webinar, we’ll help you navigate through it. By prioritising transparency and connecting the dots between R-strategies, we’ll address key questions such as:
- How to Reduce?
- What role do inks play in Recycling?
- Re-sourced inks: solution or greenwashing?
You’ll gain valuable insight into the potential of sustainable printing and start the journey towards making informed decisions. It starts with awareness, so don’t miss this opportunity to make a positive impact on the environment.
Register today, to secure your place at this webinar.
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Expert in sustainable packaging printing
With a career deeply rooted in the industry, Evert is a seasoned professional with over 30 years of experience in packaging and printing. He is the founder of Design to Launch Ltd, through which he has successfully helped numerous clients optimize their printed packaging. In addition to his professional achievements, Evert contributes to the industry through various extracurricular activities. He has authored a ‘Printing on Packaging’ factsheet on behalf of the Dutch Institute for Sustainable Packaging (KIDV) and has been teaching the ‘Printing on Packaging’ course at the Netherlands Packaging Centre (NVC) since 2009.
Outside of work, Evert enjoys music and hiking and is a keen supporter of local businesses and local environmental initiatives.
Connect with Evert during the webinar and gain valuable insights from different perspectives in the world of sustainable packaging printing.
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