Organised by Punto 3 and
Discussion on: Product Environmental certifications: an opportunity for the market?
Congress Centre, Milanofiori
March 8th 2017
The aim of the Roundtable is to analyze the experience gained in the context of environmental certification of products for home and industrial detergent by comparing different players in the chain sector: manufacturers, distributors, certification bodies and standardization of environmental labels.
Specifically, you will learn the experiences of the cleaning companies that have decided to produce or distribute certified ecological products (eg. Ecolabel). The strengths and weaknesses of the environmental product certifications will be also analyzed directly by those who manage and control their release to companies. Also we will analyze the possible applications of recycled plastics in the production of packaging of cleaning products.
The event organized by Point 3 with the media partner GSA (Il Giornale dei Servizi Ambientali), as part of the cultural program of H3i Italian edition (Household Industrial & Institutional Ingredients) will be held the morning of 8 March 2017 at the Conference Centre Milanofiori in Assago (MI).
The roundtable is aimed at formulators, manufacturers, dealers of raw materials and semi-finished products for the production of products for cleansing of civil and industrial use and of course at users
The H3I event was born in the UK and is today "a reference platform" for formulators and suppliers of ingredients, machinery, packaging, services for household, institutional and industrial detergents. The H3I Italian edition will be held from 7 to 8 March 2017 at the Milanofiori Conference Centre in Assago (MI).
Walter Bertozzi - Certiquality
Gianluca Cesarei - ISPRA (Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale)
Andrea Cossu – AD Pulire
Salvatore Inglese - Sutter Professional
Massimo Grignani - Werner&Mertz
Maria Cristina Poggesi - Istituto per la Promozione delle Plastiche da Riciclo
(Institute for the Promotion of Recycled Plastics)
The participation in the seminar is free.
IMPORTANT! registration requested: deadline March 4th 2017