Green enough to grow: An environmental impact workshop
Consumers are increasingly hostile towards wasteful, misleading and hard–to-use packaging, with Blue Planet 2 highlighting the devastating impact of plastics entering the oceans.
Together we can be a part of the solution. Comply with Clarity and we will go beyond compliance to help ensure that your business is green enough to grow.
We can take a close look at your packaging (and the plastic in your supply chain) and give your business the opportunity to stand out from the competition. Our extended approach to sustainability can help your business tap into new customer groups.
We will design, facilitate and present a tailored workshop to give your company a practical snapshot of its plastics exposure. Our workshop will provide a diagnostic review of product and packaging, and will present and discuss materials and processes that would reduce costs and overall carbon footprint.
Our green enough to grow workshop will cover:
- The consumer view: external pressures and demand.
- The business view: the trading environment and the drivers for incorporating sustainable thinking into your business.
- The supply chain view: sustainable design principles applied to the toy industry.
- Packaging assessment: group analysis of toy packaging.
- Practical re-design of packs, with scoring and ranking analysis.
Get in touch
If you would like to find out more about our workshops, or the other Beyond Compliance services we can offer your business, get in touch with a member of our packaging compliance team today.
Comply with Clarity
Companies who handle packaging in the UK are subject to the Packaging Regulations. We work with these businesses, helping them to comply with current regulations. Our clear and transparent charges and trade price packaging recovery notes can help your business to comply for less.
If you would like to join Clarity, moving to our scheme couldn't be easier. Simply get in touch and we'll do the rest for you. Find out what you could save by complying with Clarity. Get a quote from us today.
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