INCPEN

AcronymDefinition
INCPENIndustry Council for Packaging and the Environment (UK)
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Es por ello que la relacion del gobierno con la empresa para responder al desafio de la sostenibilidad ha iniciado su materializacion; por ejemplo, el Packaging Resources Action Group (PRAG, 2010) es una asociacion de entidades de caracter gubernamental y del sector privado impulsada por el INCPEN que abre la discusion en temas cuyos objetivos son mejorar los impactos sociales y ambientales de los sistemas de produccion y empaque, y optimizar el numero de empaques utilizados en productos para generar un beneficio ambiental, entre otros.
Organizaciones especializadas en el desarrollo de empaques sostenibles Nombre Sigla Proposito Ubicacion The Industry Council INCPEN Es una organizacion de for Packaging and investigacion que busca: the Environment 1.
INCPEN director Jane Bickerstaffe yesterday warned the litter problem would get worse if action was not taken before public places in Scotland become cigarette-free in March 2006.
LINPAC plastics is welcoming the latest code of practice issued by INCPEN (Industry Council for Packaging and the environment) with the plea for the industry to adopt the drive for intelligent packaging, which delivers benefits for users and minimises any environmental impact.
The report suggests that policymakers need to base environmental policy on the fullest understanding of the purposes of packaging but one can be read all about this in the report published by INCPEN of Tenterden House, 3 Tenterden Street, London W1, tel:0171-409 0949.
SmithKline Beecham's head of environmental affairs, Gary Parker, is the new chairman of INCPEN, the Industry Council for Packaging and the Environment.
Jane Bickerstaffe, technical director of INCPEN (the Industry Council for Packaging and the Environment), comments that: "The need to reduce the amount of packaging is made more difficult by the increasing demand for convenience products, which are packaging-hungry.