Ti-News n. 19 // March 2018 - page 5

It’s the second-to-last point in the list above where
Taghleef can have the most substantive impact.
Collaborating with government agencies and industry
associations, particularly CEFLEX (Circular Economy
for Flexible Packaging)—the European consortium of
companies representing the entire value chain of flexible
packaging, the aim is to advance solutions for recyclability
and end-of-life reusability.
Sustainability is not solely a European issue, of course,
but a global one. It’s not specifically about addressing
today’s economic and environmental challenges—it’s about
the generations to come. As a worldwide organization,
Taghleef is positioned to link and align across all regions
to steer the flexible packaging industry towards more
sustainable solutions and offer consumers products with a
lower carbon footprint.
Although packaging is just a minimal part of the solid
waste stream and actually saves more resources than
it uses (by reducing food waste, for example), flexible
packaging is still associated with challenges of disposal,
littering and ocean pollution.
Through substantial investments in research,
development, technology and relationships, Taghleef is
committed to being a leader in the circular economy within
our industry—working together with government, industry,
and customers to make a difference for our shared planet
and our shared future.
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Working together with government,
industry, and customers to make a difference
for our shared planet and our shared future.
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