Catalogue of best practices
Confidential advice, tailored to your situation, on the recyclability of packaging
Fost Plus answers all your questions on the recyclability of household packaging. Whether you are a designer, purchaser or in charge of marketing, we provide free confidential advice, tailored to your specific situation. To contact us, just send an e-mail to email@example.com
Tool for testing the recyclability of your packaging
You're not sure whether your packaging can be recycled? Then take a look at www.pack4recycling.be. With just a few clicks, you can find out about what happens to your packaging in terms of recycling. You will also find there lots of information on recyclability criteria and advice on optimising the recyclability of your packaging.
An online tool enables you to conduct a simple life cycle analysis (LCA) on various packaging solutions. You will be shown the environmental impact of these solutions in terms of water and energy consumption, CO2 emissions, along with ways of reducing these impacts. The tool also allows you to simulate the benefits of prevention measures.
An expert version is also available from this website. This allows you to enter data more specific to your situation. Fost Plus members benefit from preferential rates.
For more details, go to www.pack4ecodesign.org.
Film on packaging
An exhibition tailored to all audiences, Packstory shows how packaging has developed over the years, its functions and its role in society. Highly visual, interactive, fun yet informative, the exhibition is regularly on the road and sometimes made available to local authorities or companies. You can also pay it a virtual visit on www.packstory.org.
Newsletter on packaging prevention
Three times a year, Fost Plus publishes “Preventpack” , a newsletter dedicated to packaging prevention. Along with presenting a host of ideas, this magazine offers your company the opportunity of showcasing one of its success stories - a good way of exploiting the effort put in by your company. Subscription to Preventpack (available either online or on paper) is free of charge and you can also download back numbers.
A large number of fact sheets and brochures on packaging trends and the prevention and optimisation of packaging are available on the publication page.