Sorting and recycling food packaging
The food packaging of the future needs to be sortable and recyclable. What does this mean exactly?
The food packaging of the future needs to be sortable and recyclable. What does this mean exactly? Besides an overview of the current sorting and recycling techniques for plastics, you will also learn about the newest developments for the future. U can expect answers to the following questions:
- Which techniques are used to sort plastics?
- Which techniques are used to recycle plastics (mechanically)?
- What influence has the new P+MD system on sorting and recycling in Flanders?
- How does the current legislation influence the use of recycled plastics in new food packaging?
- What new technologies were developed at UGent?
Lesgevers: Ellen De Tandt, Prof. Ludwig Cardon (research group Centre for Polymer and Material Technologies CPMT, UGent), Martijn Roosen (research group Laboratory for Circular Process Engineering, prof. Steven De Meester, UGent) en Peter Ragaert
Campus Coupure, Gent
08 September 2022
ca 13:00 until 17:00
The price for this training is €390 / €595 (member/no member) (excl. VAT).