PAC Next Webinar
Financing Packaging Recycling and Recovery in the USA
Has the Time Come?
April 7, 2021 I 12 PM EST
Free for PAC & AMERIPEN Members Register
$40 USD for Non-members
Join AMERIPEN Executive Director, Dan Felton for a lively discussion about the latest developments in several US states actively considering packaging producer responsibility legislation. Dan will highlight the leadership role AMERIPEN is taking in these discussions, on behalf of the entire packaging
value chain, and with its packaging recycling and recovery financing principles, objectives and policy.
- The factors that are driving the consideration of packaging producer responsibility legislation in the USA.
- The states that are actively considering packaging producer responsibility legislation and where something might be enacted into law in 2021.
- The year-long process AMERIPEN took to develop its packaging recycling and recovery financing principles, objectives, and policy.
- Some of the complexities around trying to meet the needs of so many different stakeholders – packaging brand owners and manufacturers, end-of-life material managers, state and local governments, environmental organizations – who desire to improve packaging recycling and recovery systems that are quite unique to the USA.
- Dan Felton, Executive Director, AMERIPEN
Dan has been a well-known leader in the government affairs and trade association arenas for nearly 20 years. He is particularly passionate about environmental, sustainability and packaging issues and has lobbied extensively in those areas at the state and federal levels. He leads the efforts of AMERIPEN – the American Institute for Packaging and the Environment – to develop and advocate positions for the U.S. packaging industry on issues related to packaging and
the environment, using sound science and a philosophy of material neutrality.This webinar is brought to you by AMERIPEN
AMERIPEN – the American Institute for Packaging and the Environment – is the only trade association focused exclusively on public policy for the entire U.S. packaging industry, developing and advocating positions on issues using sound science and a philosophy of material neutrality.