SPC Impact 2018
Open to SPC Members + Non-members
Apr 24, 2018 - Apr 26, 2018 San Francisco, CA
Thanks for attending our largest spring event ever!
Over 450 professionals from across the supply chain converged on San Francisco for three days of discussions, workshops, tours, and social events all focused on improving packaging sustainability. Read our staff blogs about the event below, or browse through the attendee list, presentations, and photo gallery on the downloads tab above.
SPC Impact by the numbers
A green event!
Sustainability is not only our area of expertise, it’s our passion. That is why we plan all of our conferences to be as environmentally-friendly as possible. This year we will have recycling and composting bins readily available throughout the venue, leftover food from meals will be composted back of house, signage will be printed using soy-based ink and on SFI-certified paper, and we will walk to many events throughout the conference, among many other small acts of sustainability.
SPC Impact Blog
The Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) has announced the winners of its 4th annual SPC Innovator Awards. The winning entries showcase… Read more »
Historically, we have associated resource consumption with the well being of a society. Prosperous economies and societies have needed to… Read more »
In your perspective, what does an ideal packaging design roadmap look like when sustainability is a forefront goal? Ideally sustainability… Read more »
Originally published in Packaging Digest. Interview by Lisa Pierce, Executive Editor of Packaging Digest. If two heads are better than… Read more »
by Tristanne Davis, Trina Matta & Tom Pollock The success of societies, economies and business depends on healthy ecosystems. In… Read more »
Digitization of retail and the fast growth of e-commerce represent opportunities in the packaging sector, but also present challenges and… Read more »
Framing composting as a means of diverting waste from landfill, especially food waste, is an alluring idea. Composting not only… Read more »
We all have our own internal view of what matters in life. This, says Michael Barry of Quotient Design Research… Read more »