The SA Plastics Pact is delighted to announce that three new members have signed on for the Pact,
We would like to extend a warm welcome to UPM Raflatac, CCL Label South Africa and the Sustainable Seas Trust who all recently signed membership to the Pact. We look forward to the participation of UPM Raflatac and CCL Label South Africa, both of whom join as business members, in discussions from the perspective of the packaging and labelling industry. The Sustainable Seas Trust joins the Pact as a supporting member. This will be greatly valuable in our Pact collaboration. We look forward to many productive engagements with these new members our action groups.
“As one of the world’s leading suppliers of label materials, we are working towards labelling a smarter future beyond fossils. We are excited to join the SA Plastics Pact and believe in the good work being executed. I look forward to many positive engagements and finding solutions to sustainable labelling,” said UPM Raflatac.
“CCL Label South Africa is committed to ensuring we offer innovative sustainable packaging solutions. As part of our global commitment, this aligns with us joining the SAPP and providing solutions to the industry in order to promote a circular economy. Reuse, Recycle, Reduce and Supporting Recycling is our goal as a company,” said CCL Label South Africa.
“The life-threatening plastic pollution problems cannot be solved by a single person or a single organisation. Sustainable Seas Trust (SST) is committed to facilitating and participating in collaborations with likeminded organisations from all industries to solve these problems. There is so much alignment between SST and SA Plastics Pact, and we look forward to joining forces to achieve mutual goals and make a greater positive impact,” said Stacey Webb, Executive Director of the Sustainable Seas Trust.