TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION

It will be possible to participate free of charge in the event, by registering for only June 29th or only June 30th.

In order to attend both days, the partecipation fee is euro 85,40

(invoice data filling is required)

First day

29 June

FREE

  • Free ticket for the 1st day of the conference only

Second Day

30 June

FREE

  • Free ticket for the 2nd day of the conference only

Full Convention

29-30 June

85,40€

  • Full ticket for the two days of the conference

PACKAGING & RECYCLING 2022

Packaging & Recycling 2022 is the forum for packaging and recycling companies in Italy, an event that industry operators cannot absolutely miss. Packaging & Recycling 2022 will be running from 29 to 30 June in the prestigious spaces of Museo Storico Alfa Romeo in Arese. Now at its fifth edition, Packaging & Recycling 2022 is dedicated to plastics packaging and its lifecycle, from design to post-consumer recycling.
In a context in which plastic packaging has come under the scrutiny of the public opinion and the media, Packaging & Recycling 2022 will stand out for the quality of its contents.
In this field, the ability to keep pace with times plays a decisive role for packaging manufacturers, recyclers and technology suppliers looking for new solutions capable of combining high performance with respect for the environment.

Packaging & Recycling 2022will see the participation of top figurestop figures from the world of research, universities and major brand owners who will illustrate their strategies in the field of packaging and the evolution of consumer preferences. In the past editions, a number of leading companies took part in the event such as Coop, Ferrarelle, Ferrero, Galbani, Heinz, Henkel & Nestlè.

Circular Economy

The future of polymer packaging materials is closely linked to their ability to meet the criteria of the Circular Economy which involves the transformation of waste into a valuable resource.

Materials

Lightweight, versatile and environment-friendly, plastic materials have always been the focus of food and non-food packaging, in a process of evolution that never stops, where the role of biodegradable and compostable polymers is growing steadily.

Technologies

Extrusion, blow moulding, thermoforming and other technologies allow increasingly efficient and performing machining processes. The recycling systems "close the loop", giving new value to materials.

Speakers:

ALBIS

Enrico Mamoli
Application Development Engeneer
ALBIS ITALIA



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    Walk on the green side of life Circular Economy i fattori chiave della sostenibilità, le 5 classi principali di materie plastiche prodotte in modo sostenibile, approccio al Mass-Balance, confronto con le varie tecnologie di riciclo e tre Case Study.

ALPLA ITALIA

Tiziano Andreini
Amministratore Delegato
ALPLA ITALIA



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    Sustainability, alpla's point of view
    Working in a sector as packaging, sustainability is an integral part of Alpla's strategy , which has activated some specific projects: the development of new packaging, according to the principles of "design 4 recycling", which promotes recyclability throughout the life cycle of the manufact, the “in house” projects, aimed at containing the problems linked to transport and packaging, the global “A Voice” campaign implemented in Italy in an informative communication project “Plastic has changed. Change your mind about plastic ”focused on consumers and dedicated to deepen the issues concerning the world of plastics.

AMADORI

Carlotta Di Bella
R&D Packaging Specialist
AMADORI


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    Amadori, a story of sustainable innovation

    Amadori believes that being sustainable means contributing to the creation of a healthy, fair and environmentally friendly food system. This finds its foundation in a fully integrated, controlled and low-impact 100% Italian supply chain.
    It is within this framework, that the Group's commitment extends to packaging. The company has embarked on a rigorous journey towards achieving sustainable results in line with Italian, European and global regulations: SDGs "the 17 Sustainable Development Goals; Circular Economy Package; RRP, recovery and resilience plan.
    Against the Agenda 2030 goals, Amadori has chosen to lean towards low-weight and/or low-thickness packaging solutions; carry on with the substitution of multi-material packaging solutions with single-material solutions and, where possible, employ the greatest amount of post-consumer and post-industrial recycled polymers.
    During 2020, we conducted an LCA study to investigate our packaging solutions. Indeed, we are convinced that a preventive analysis approach through LCA studies is the best tool to quantify the impact outputs of a solution and preventively choose the best one among alternatives.

BANDERA

Gabriele Murano
Product & Sales Manager – Flat die division
Pietro Zanotto
Area Sales Manager
COSTRUZIONI MECCANICHE LUIGI BANDERA


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    Advanced solutions to create value ensuring circularity

    Thanks to the investments made and the experimental results achieved in the last years, Bandera is glad to offer proven solutions satisfying both the circularity aspect within plastic packaging market (both rigid and flexible) and the return on investment of its customers. Innovative technologies tested at Bandera R&D area THOE® in real industrial condition, processing recycled material (both post-industrial and post-consumer) actually available in the market; Bandera is a reliable partner with the ability and the experience to provide fruitful business plan for the interested investors. Sustainability ensuring profitability: Bandera creates value.

BOLTON GROUP

Ludovico Panzieri
Sustainability Development Director Business Unit Home & Personal Care
BOLTON GROUP


  • Read Interview

    Plastic packaging & sustainability for home & personal care

    In Home and Personal care businesses, many sustainability challenges impact on plastics as they are the most used packaging materials. Implementing sustainability goals requires new techniques in design and manufacturing. Compared to virgin materials, the chemical and physical performance of polymers might influence the product’s features which are also visible to the consumer. Technological evolution is bringing continuous improvement in the quality and availability of these materials. With this regard, a strong supply chain collaboration is needed to achieve common objectives for the market.

CIMBRIA

Lorenzo Tinti
Responsabile Commerciale Italia
CIMBRIA



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    The importance of an advanced cleaning and sorting process in the development of first quality srm. Cimbria case story: innovative r-pet processing plant at plastisavio - mercato saraceno.

    Optimizing the recovery of post-consumer plastic materials represents a current trend in today’s circular economy, where top performing processing technologies are the most innovative solutions. With Cimbria’s experience, a state-of-the-art processing line was recently implemented at Plastisavio in Mercato Saraceno (FC). Cimbria guarantees the highest processing quality to obtain homogeneous polymer and color fractions. In this case we supplied all from grading with DELTA screen cleaners up to optical sorting with SEA.HY and SEA.CX.

DENTIS

Roberto Tangorra
Quality – R&D Manager
DENTIS RECYCLING ITALY


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    How much is circular pet? The new italian epr collection model

    A recent report, commissioned to Eunomia by Zero Waste Europe, reported an analysis of the current state of circularity of PET bottles in Europe. To date, according to the spread European collection and recycling scheme, only a 17% of Recycled PET is effectively put into new bottles, a data quite far from the ambitious European targets for the use of the RPET, valid from 2025. To face these challenges, CoriPET developed an integrated selective PET liquid container collection system that allows the development of a real circular economy, combining an implemented and optimized collection model with the possibility of obtaining a high quality RPET, ready to be a bottle again.

ECOPLASTEAM

Stefano Richaud
CEO
ECOPLASTEAM



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    The evolution of polylaminate recycling

FIMIC

Erica Canaia
Sales Director
FIMIC



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    Fimic storybrand: what’s your story?

    Advertising: it can have a huge impact in order to enhance a company and promote your values to the customers who choose you as a partner. By framing (culture), shaping (people), carving (brands) and building (content), advertising creates an intangible impact. The right brand narrative has the power to increase the value of a business by over 20 times. We will discuss the changes and developments in the business perception and how FIMIC successfully increased its brand affinity through cutting edge advertising. A journey through what we have learned about content for our specific industry and how it has led us to where we find ourselves today.

GRANAROLO

Raffaele Bombardieri
Research & Development Manager Innovation
GRANAROLO


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    Granarolo sustainability from the barn to the final packaging

    Innovation continues to be one of the main drivers of our company’s growth. The development of new products is the result of a careful analysis of the needs of consumers, who look with increasing interest at functional food and well-being, as wee as on the study of the different contexts for the marketing of these products. In 2021 Granarolo focused on identifying new targets, new markets or new consumption opportunities to enhance the excellence of supply chain materials.
    The activity aimed at mitigating the environmental impact of packaging has also been increasingly incisive, with particular attention to the reduction of plastic content, the use of recyclable plastics and the replacement of plastic material with environmentally friendly material.
    In the packaging industry, environmental sustainability has become increasingly important, involving diversified actions: the reduction of the consumption of plastic materials on the one hand, and the use of reusable or recyclable material on the other.

MAAG ITALY

Davide Bolzonello
Sales Manager Recycling
MAAG ITALY


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    Next Level Solution

    The MAAG Group provides broadly diversified global solutions with integrated and customisable systems in process technology for the polymer, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and food industries. Its Pump & Filtration Systems, Pelletising Systems, Pulverising Systems and Recycling Systems divisions consolidate the many years of experience and in-depth know-how of prestigious brands under the slogan "NEXT LEVEL SOLUTION". Leading packaging manufacturers have confirmed the impressive performance of MAAG technology in PET bottle-to-bottle recycling processes, where the ECO continuous self-cleaning filter has had a positive impact on quality and efficiency with significant time and cost savings.

MACDERMID ENTHONE

Luigi Bacchiocchi
Plastic Recycling Global Product Line Director
MACDERMID ENTHONE


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    Still thinking about bottles? The tray is served!

    Despite the best efforts of all of us, anti-plastic media propaganda is having more success in negatively influencing public opinion than we are achieving in demonstrating that plastics are not public enemy number one. One thing it is true: the big amount of used plastic that it is still not included in the recycling system. We need to face this threat. It is A MUST to take care about it, for us, for the planet. We demonstraded the fully recyclability of PET bottles (BtoB). Now it is the moment to move forward to TtoT and flexible packaging. Let's continue defending plastic as a valuable material. By: Maria Alcayde Palanca,
    South West Europe Product Manager e Luigi Bacchiocchi, Plastic Recycling Global Product Line Director

MONTELLO

Mihai Mironiuc
Head of Sales
MONTELLO


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    The post-consumer recycled plastics in packaging

    Mandatory regulations and a growing consumers’ attention to sustainability are causing changes both in the recycling and packaging sectors, accelerating the dynamics of technological and process innovation.
    The European Commission has established the recycling of 65% of packaging waste by 2025, a percentage that must rise to 70% by 2030. Ambitious goals that can only be achieved with the recovery and enhancement of the plastics coming from the urban separate waste collection (PCR).
    Breplast has, therefore, equipped itself with innovative technologies aimed at improving both the quality and the aesthetic performance of its 100% certified PCR granules and being able to meet the expectations of sophisticated sectors such as cosmetics, personal care and automotive.

MORETTO

Matteo Mogno
Area Manager
CONTREX


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    The right technology for an increasingly eco-friendly packaging

    In packaging, processors are constantly engaged in searching new solutions that meet customer expectations without forgetting the global challenge that will lead to an increasingly use of recycled and regenerated plastics in the production processes. It therefore becomes essential to use highly technological and communicative systems able to interact with the production plant and correctly manage the processes for using the new regenerated plastic materials achieving the desired results. With over 40 years of experience CONTREX, a Moretto brand, is the right partner in providing innovative solutions for cast and blown film extrusion lines, offering innovations aimed at a circular economy that guarantee real production benefits.

PAGLIERI

Daniele Del Fiol
Technical Manager
PAGLIERI


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    From a recycled granule to consumer

    It’s a long way for plastic material to go back to consumer, starting as a waste there are many steps before it can loop successfully. Going through selection, design and production its own quality will determine its success. Quality of recycled material must fulfill technical and other requirements to fit properly in the life of a brand. We will investigate technical, organoleptic and safety requirements that are fundamental to bring back to consumer a second life plastic.

PIOVAN GROUP

Pavel Andrushchuk
Business Development | Recycling
PIOVAN GROUP


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    The Challenges od inijection moulding process with recycled plastic

    The use of recycled plastics implies different issues for the plastic processor compared to virgin material that can lead to reduced plant life, increased maintenance costs and process instability. Piovan will demonstrate how to maximise production, optimise the quality of finished product and ensure reliable and traceable processes in an Industry 4.0 context.

SIRMAX

Massimo Veronelli
Global Sales Green Economy Director
SIRMAX


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    Pcr from domestic waste collection and fertilizers from compostable bio-plastics: the italian model as leading reference

    Good news for Italy's performance in terms of circular economy. According to the latest Circular Economy Network report, in Italy the recycling percentage of all waste has reached almost 68%, the highest figure in the European Union. Virtuous examples also come from the stream of biocompostable products, which must be disposed in organic waste collection since January 1, 2022, anticipating the analogous commitment that will be introduced in the EU in 2024. Massimo Veronelli, Global Sales Green Economy Director of Sirmax, will explain how the group, in collaboration with the national consortia, supports the good Italian performance in Europe.

SYNCRO

Andrea Rigliano
Group CSO & Greenology Manager
SYNCRO GROUP


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    Greenology. A new vision of global entrepreneurial sustainability

UNION

Raffaello Ramon
Area Manager
UNION OFFICINE MECCANICHE / COSTRUZIONI MECCANICHE TECOM


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    Polystyrene in the circular economy

    UNION technologies and available solutions aimed at ensuring sustainable development. Closed recycling of polystyrene and the possibility of creating new products always starting from post-consumer material, which maintain physical and mechanical characteristics the same as those of raw material products.

UNIVERSITY OF MILAN

Proff. Piazza Laura and Parolini Marco
Department of Environmental Science and Policy
UNIVERSITY OF MILAN


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    Towards a novel strategy of reuse of non-recyclable plastic waste

    The accumulation of plastic wastes represents one of the main environmental issue that our society has to tackle. The development of proper strategies of waste management is of crucial importance and different approaches are being investigated to effectively reduce plastic wastes generated by their improper or inefficient disposal. Moreover, the research is currently focused on the development of innovative recycling approaches. Indeed, although most of plastic materials are potentially recyclable, only 15% of the worldwide plastic wastes are currently recycled, while the remaining 85% is usually incinerated to recover thermal energy. The hurdles to an efficient recycling come from the improper management of the end-of-life plastic goods. Furthermore, the highly heterogeneous nature and versatility of plastic and polymeric materials has led to the development of multilayered materials, composites, blends and many other different species, whose management and/or reprocessing to yield high value products is extremely challenging. As in Italy, about the 50% of plastic waste is composed by heterogeneous plastic items, the aim of our project is to develop a novel, multidisciplinary and integrated approach, moving in the circular economy context, to reuse non-recyclable, heterogeneous mixture of plastic wastes generated at the end of the sorting procedures in Italian plastic recycling plants, the so-called Plasmix. Our preliminary results suggest that chemical recycling can be a valuable approach to obtain a new material from Plasmix, whose applications and economic benefits are currently under investigation.

WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER

Daniele Cerizzi
CEO
WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER ITALIANA


  • Read Interview

    Windmöller & Hölscher: tecnologie di estrusione per l’economia circolares

Event Program 2022

WEDNESDAY, 29 GIUGNO 2022
13:30 REGISTRATION
14:05 Introduction by
Paolo Spinelli, Chief Editor PLAST
14:15 Lecture by UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO
14:30 THE EVOLUTION OF POLYLAMINATE RECYCLING
Stefano Richaud, CEO - ECOPLASTEAM
14:45 POST‐CONSUMER RECYCLED PLASTICS IN PACKAGING
Mihai Mironiuc, Head of Sales - MONTELLO
15:00 THE RIGHT TECHNOLOGY FOR AN INCREASINGLY ECO‐FRIENDLY PACKAGING
Matteo Mogno, Area Manager - CONTREX
15:15 PONTEVECCHIO MINERAL WATERS AND SUSTAINABILITY
Luca Ruffini, General Manager - PONTEVECCHIO
15:30 BREAK
15:45 WALK ON THE GREEN SIDE OF LIFE
Enrico Mamoli, Application Development Engeneer - ALBIS
16:00 POLYSTYRENE IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Raffaello Ramon Area Manager - UNION OFFICINE MECCANICHE / COSTRUZIONI MECCANICHE TECOM
16:15 THE IMPORTANCE OF AN ADVANCED CLEANING AND SORTING PROCESS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FIRST QUALITY SRM. CIMBRIA CASE STORY: INNOVATIVE R‐PET PROCESSING PLANT AT PLASTISAVIO (MERCATO SARACENO – FC)
Lorenzo Tinti, Responsabile Commerciale Italia - CIMBRIA
16:30 SYNCRO GROUP – GREENOLOGY. A NEW GLOBAL VISION OF ENTERPRISE SUSTAINABILITY
Andrea Rigliano, Group CSO & Greenology Manager - SYNCRO GROUP
17:00 END OF THE WORK
THURSDAY, 30 GIUGNO 2022
9:00 REGISTRATION
09:50 Introduction by:
Paolo Spinelli, Chief Editor PLAST
10:00 SUSTAINABILITY, ALPLA'S POINT OF VIEW
Tiziano Andreini, CEO - ALPLA ITALIA
10:15 STILL THINKING ABOUT BOTTLES? THE TRAY IS SERVED!
Luigi Bacchiocchi, Plastic Recycling Global Product Line Director - MACDERMID ENTHONE
10:30 ADVANCED SOLUTIONS TO CREATE VALUE ENSURING CIRCULARITY
Gabriele Murano, & Sales Manager - Flat die division
Pietro Zanotto, Area Sales Manager - Flat die division - COSTRUZIONI MECCANICHE LUIGI BANDERA
10:45 THE CHALLENGES OF INJECTION MOULDING PROCESS WITH RECYCLED PLASTIC
Pavel Andrushchuk, Business Development | Recycling - PIOVAN GROUP
11:00 AMADORI, A STORY OF SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION
Carlotta Di Bella , R&D Packaging Specialist - AMADORI
11:15 BREAK
12:00 HOW MUCH IS CIRCULAR PET? THE NEW ITALIAN EPR COLLECTION MODEL
Roberto Tangorra, Quality – R&D Manager - DENTIS RECYCLING ITALY
12:15 WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER: EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGIES FOR A CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Daniele Cerizzi, CEO - WINDMÖLLER & HÖLSCHER ITALIANA
12:30 FIMIC STORYBRAND: WHAT’S YOUR STORY?
Erica Canaia, Sales Director - FIMIC
12:45 FROM RECYCLED PELLETS TO THE CONSUMER
Daniele Del Fiol, Technical Manager - PAGLIERI
13:00 LUNCH BREAK
14:15 PCR FROM DOMESTIC WASTE COLLECTION AND FERTILIZERS FROM COMPOSTABLE BIO‐PLASTICS: THE ITALIAN MODEL AS LEADING REFERENCE
Massimo Veronelli, Global Sales Green Economy Director - SIRMAX
14:30 NEXT LEVEL SOLUTION
Davide Bolzonello, Sales Manager Recycling and Filtration - MAAG ITALY
14:45 GRANAROLO SUSTAINABILITY FROM THE BARN TO THE FINAL PACKAGING
Raffaele Bombardieri, Research & Development Manager Innovation - GRANAROLO
15:00 PLASTIC PACKAGING & SUSTAINABILITY FOR HOME & PERSONAL CARE
Ludovico Panzieri, Sustainability Development Director Business Unit Home & Personal Care - BOLTON GROUP
15:15 ROUND TABLE
PACKAGING TODAY: SUSTAINABILITY, PLASTIC TAX AND GREENWASHING
  • • Marco Bergaglio, President - UNIONPLAST
  • • Raffaele Bombardieri, Research & Development Manager Innovation - GRANAROLO
  • • Dario Dainelli, Policy & Regulatory Affairs
  • • Carlotta Di Bella, R&D Packaging Specialist - AMADORI
  • • Pierpaolo Rossi, CEO – PLASTISAVIO
16:30 END OF WORK


Sponsorship

TICKET PURCHASE INFORMATION

It is possible to attend for free only by booking one-day attendance ticket to choose between 29th or 30th of June.

In order to attend both days, the partecipation fee is euro 85,40

(invoice data filling is required)

First day

29 June

FREE

  • Free ticket for the 1st day of the conference only

Second Day

30 June

FREE

  • Free ticket for the 2nd day of the conference only

Full Convention

29-30 June

85,40€

  • Full ticket for the two days of the conference

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Accomodation

For any hotel reservations you can contact one of the hotels listed below, by appointing the Packaging & Recycling convention the agreed fee will be applied.

HOTEL IBIS
via Rho angolo via Pirelli,
Exit Lainate A9, 20020 Lainate (MI)
Tel: +39 0293757511
h9379-re@accor.com - www.acorhotels.com
For information and reservations:
All reservations can be received by phone (+39 0293757511)
or by e-mail (h9379@accor.com).

PHI HOTEL MILANO
Via Falzarego , 1
20021 Baranzate (MI)
Tel: +39 02 33301218
www.phihotelmilano.com |www.phi-hotels.com
In this hotel discounted rates will apply.
The room reservation will be confirmed
upon availability of the moment.


PLANETARIA HOTELS GROUP OF MILAN

Book online on www.planetariahotels.com, check the availability inserting the membership code specialpartner and then you can benefit of a 15% discount on the better fare. The discount is available on the following hotel in Milan:

ENTERPRISE HOTEL
hotel 4 stelle sup. a Milano
Tel. 02.318181
www.enterprisehote.com
CHÂTEAU MONFORT
hotel 5 stelle a Milano
Tel. 02.77676.1
www.hotelchateaumonfort.com
RESIDENZA DELLE CITTÀ
hotel 5 stelle a Milano
Tel. 02.667001
www.residenzadellecitta.it
MILAN SUITE HOTEL
hotel 4 stelle a Milano
Tel. 02.3343168
www.milansuitehotel.com
VILLA APPIANI
hotel 4 stelle a Trezzo sull’Adda
Tel. 02.92002402
www.villappiani.it

HOW TO REACH THE MUSEUM

The Alfa Romeo Museum has been completely renovated and is even more prestigious. The historical site in Arese has a new look and is opened to public with a refined arrangement that reflects Alfa Romeo's distinctive DNA. Six floors of history binding past, present and future and complimenting the achievements of an extraordinary brand, its vehicles, its technology and style.

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