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Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
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Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
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Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
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Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste
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Orafferty - Prestigne zero-waste

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This is a presentation made to a community group looking at zero waste in their town

This is a presentation made to a community group looking at zero waste in their town

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  • Notes: What are Value Chains? The value chain describes the full range of activities that are required to bring a product from its conception, through its design, its sourced raw materials and intermediate inputs, its marketing, its distribution and its support to the final consumer. In other words, the chain can be seen as incorporating production, exchange, distribution and consumption - from the cradle to the grave of a given product or service. (IDS) Web resources: Spiegel Magazine - http://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel/0,1518,398229,00.html IDS - http://www.ids.ac.uk/ids/global/valchnconcep1.html
  • http://www.green-alliance.org.uk/uploadedFiles/Publications/reports/Reinventing%20the%20wheel_dbl.pdf
  • http://www.green-alliance.org.uk/uploadedFiles/Publications/reports/Reinventing%20the%20wheel_dbl.pdf
  • http://www.green-alliance.org.uk/uploadedFiles/Publications/reports/Reinventing%20the%20wheel_dbl.pdf
  • http://www.green-alliance.org.uk/uploadedFiles/Publications/reports/Reinventing%20the%20wheel_dbl.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
  • http://www.incpen.org/docs/IEEPfinalreport.pdf
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    • 1.  
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    • 5. sophie thomas @ ThomasMatthews
    • 6. 30,000 miles http://www.spiegel.de/international/
    • 7. 1 = 5 http://www.chrisjordan.com/
    • 8. http://www.edwardburtynsky.com/
    • 9. http://www.edwardburtynsky.com/
    • 10. we need to design differently
    • 11. approx 80% of impact set at design stage
    • 12.  
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    • 15. waste is the result of bad design
    • 16. 520 million tonnes of material consumed domestically
    • 17. 200 million tonnes leaves the economy as waste* * not including 135 million tonnes mining waste
    • 18. only 20 % of materials entering economy are recycled here
    • 19. copper is recycled at a rate of around 40 %, but is 99% reusable
    • 20.  
    • 21. upcycling recycling downcycling
    • 22. packaging?
    • 23. it’s confusing !!!
    • 24.
      • what’s the point of packaging?
      • packaging communicates
      • packaging sells
      • packaging handles
      • packaging prevents waste - supply chain damage - €3.5 billion
    • 25.
      • packaging design considerations
      • Life cycle costs (capital equipment, product loss, recycling infrastructure)
      • Technical assessment (fit for purpose, safety, transport, storage)
      • Life cycle impacts (global warming, ozone depletion, primary energy, waste)
      • Social factors (supply chain, labor, health and safety)
      • Risk assessment ( eco-toxicity, human health, material attributes, sustainability)
    • 26. the most annoying stuff left in the bin !!
    • 27.  
    • 28. 7.2m tonnes
    • 29. £12 billion
    • 30.  
    • 31. 98% air
    • 32.
      • barriers to recycling EPS
      • weight
      • inconsistent supply
    • 33.  
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    • 36.
      • considerations
      • Moisture sensitive drugs increasing barrier requirements
      • Novel delivery systems
      • Emphasis on speed to market
      • Global - Regional - Local packs
      • Anti-counterfeiting, illegal cross-border trading
    • 37.
      • considerations
      • Product attributes, e.g. dosage, physical & chemical robustness
      • Product protection needs, e.g. moisture & gas sensitivity, thermal stability, photostability, chemical compatibility, etc
      • Clinical requirements, e.g. dosing regimen, titration dosing, route of administration, need for dosing device
      • Patient requirements, e.g. patient handling requirements
      • Commercial requirements, e.g. market presentation, pack sizes, market specific needs, patient handling needs
    • 38. Lidding Foil – typically 20 micron Al Film - eg PVC, PVC/PVDC, PVC/PE/PVDC, PVC/Aclar ® Product contact layers: For PVC or PVC/Aclar ® = PVC For PVC/PVDC = PVDC For Lid foil = heat seal lacquer - PVC - PVDC or Aclar ®
    • 39. Foil Laminate – e.g. OPA/foil/PVC, or OPA/foil/PP
        • cold form blister formed mechanically (no heat) - high barrier
      - PVC (may be PP) - OPA Film - Aluminium foil - Primer/Adhesive - Primer/Adhesive
    • 40.  
    • 41. ?

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