Industry Leadership Committees
By generating ideas, participating in working groups, and lending expertise, SPC members play an integral role in our committees. Have an idea for a new committee? Let us know!
End Market Industry Leadership Committee
Exploring how companies can create more demand for recycled materials.Read More
The SPC's Industry Leadership Committee examining the unique packaging challenges faced by the electronic and tech product sector.Read More
Cold Chain Packaging
This working group is focused on finding sustainable solutions to the growing market of cold chain packaging.Read More
Multi-Material Flexible Packaging Recovery
This Industry Leadership Committee studies sustainable end-of-life solutions for multi-laminate flexible packaging.Read More
Forest Products Working Group
This working group develops innovative solutions that supports a sustainable forest products industry.Read More
This Industry Leadership Committee studies the role that transport packaging plays in sustainable packaging systems.
The Role of Packaging in WBCSD’s Vision 2050
This Industry Leadership Committee studies the World Business Council for Sustainable Developments "Vision 2050" report and examines how packaging fits in to this ambitious blueprint for sustainable production systems.
This Industry Leadership Committee gathered and shared knowledge about energy recovery systems and their viability as a sustainable solution for packaging waste.
Inks, Coatings, and Adhesives
This Industry Leadership Committee studies the sustainability considerations relevant to inks, coatings, and adhesives.
Consumer Outreach & Education
This Industry Leadership Committee investigates consumer messaging and seeks to educate consumers about the role of packaging in sustainability.
Meaningful Marketing Claims
This Industry Leadership Committee studies the ways in which marketing professionals can communicate the sustainability attributes of packaging both accurately and meaningfully.
Small Package Recycling
This Industry Leadership Committee studies the challenges and opportunities related to recycling packages with small physical dimensions.