The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association’s (CHSA) is hosting two webinars on 13 and 15 November to answer common questions on how to address the complex challenge of achieving sustainability.
Companies in the cleaning and hygiene sector are working hard to achieve the ambition of a circular economy, but in a highly competitive industry with tight margins it is not easy.
Life cycle assessments are crucial tools, but the inaccessibility of data from up and down the supply chain can make conducting these assessments incredibly difficult. Extended Producer Responsibility represents a significant additional cost, but the Government’s continually shifting position on this and other regulations makes it difficult to plan ahead.
Companies’ questions will be answered by a panel of experts at the CHSA’s webinars: ‘Sustainability – Your Questions Answered, Parts I and II’. The answers will be practical and rooted in the reality of working within the cleaning & hygiene sector.
Part I will relate to the first three of the pillars in the CHSA’s Roadmap to Sustainability: Product, Packaging and Distribution. Part II will relate to the final two pillars: Social Values and Corporate Environmental Impact.
The panel comprises: Lydia Brant, Essity; Anna Edwards, Bunzl; Vikki Morris, Evans Vanodine; Maija Pohjakallio, Metsa Group.
In ‘BBC Question Time’ style, the CHSA is seeking companies’ questions in advance. Whatever the question, whether complex or straightforward, email it to email@example.com now. Submit as many questions as you have.