Is your food contact materials (FCM) business moving towards the model of a circular economy? The concepts of sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling are increasingly becoming a commercial necessity. But the changes and innovations in both manufacturing and statutory responsibility that these require can be very daunting, especially with individual market variations in material types, their uses, limitations and specifications.
In this complimentary webinar, SGS experts will explore the use of packaging in a circular economy. They will provide an introduction to current European regulations (including those in France, Germany and the UK) that govern the use of FCM, with regard to single-use and recycled plastics – and also explore how SGS’s services can help your business overcome the difficulties that these complex and fast-changing statutory requirements pose.
- Introduction to packaging
- Regulation of a circular economy
- Single-use plastics Directive 2019/904/EC
- French, German and British requirements
- Recycled plastics FCM Regulation EC (No) 282/2008
- SGS solutions
The webinar, which will be a 45-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute Q&A session, is aimed at the quality management and purchase departments of retailers and manufacturers of FCM products.
Global Expert, Chemical & Food Contact Materials
Pascale was promoted to Global Expert in FCM and chemistry for electrical and electronic products in 2015 after several years as SGS’s Food Contact/Toy Chemistry laboratory in France. She advises SGS on the implementation of new laws and the harmonization of test methods for laboratories around the world and is a member of the French regulatory committee, Direction Générale de la Concurrence, de la Consommation et de la Répression des Fraudes (DGCCRF). Pascale also provides key technical support to sales teams.
Global Technical Manager, Restricted Substance Testing Services (RSTS)
Udo joined SGS in 2000 as project manager in the chemical consumer product testing department at SGS Institut Fresenius. Since 2007 he has held the position of Global Technical Manager for the Restricted Substance Testing Service within Consumer & Retail Services and in 2010 he joined the management team of the SGS Global Competence Support Center (GCSC). Within GCSC he acted as lead auditor for the QHSE cross border audit program from 2013–2018, has contributed to the SGS REACH team since 2008, and supported the toy chemical committee since 2012.
One of his main responsibilities is to chair the GCSC Technical Committee for Food Contact Materials to assure regulatory governance and technical harmonization in the SGS laboratory network.
November 22, 2021, Monday >
10:00 am (GMT + 1:00) Europe/Berlin
November 22, 2021, Monday >
4:00 pm (GMT + 1:00) Europe/Berlin
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For further information, please contact:
Connectivity and Products
Global Marketing Manager
t: +49 40 30101 826