Between March 15 and 25, BASF experts will provide insights into projects along the entire life cycle of packaging products. According to the company, topics range from product innovations and new technologies to current customer projects. The webinars are designed for participants learn more about what BASF is specifically doing on the topic of circular economy. The company says it plans to process 250,000 metric tons of recycled and waste-based raw materials annually from 2025 instead of fossil raw materials. BASF were also calculating the carbon footprint of all sales products by the end of 2021. People would learn more about circular economy at BASF during the webinars on March 15, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The calculation of the CO2 footprint would be the focus on March 22.
Other topics of the webinars from March 15 to 25, which are free of charge for interested parties, include the mechanical recycling of polyamides in multilayer films, the presentation of Ultramid® products with a reduced individual carbon footprint, and the latest developments in Ultradur® products, which are used for single-layer, aroma-sealed packaging and are intended to contribute to efficient and ecological production.
More information and registration at: https://packaging-print.basf.com
- BASF (1.3.2021)