Recycled Content Products From Manufacturing to Marketing

Recycled Content Products From Manufacturing to Marketing

Description

Available for immediate viewing (link in your emailed invoice)
Recorded December 3, 2020

In the wave of sustainability, more companies start to make products using recycled materials to reduce the landfill and overall carbon footprint. This presentation will walk you through the key terminology of material recycling, give you a general idea of how materials are recycled, and share good industry practices. You will also learn the various recycled material assessment programs in verifying the claimed recycled content. This will help you choose the most appropriate one based on your specific needs. Lastly, the rules and industry guidance in global key markets on marketing and labeling a product containing recycled content will be introduced to help you make correct labels and claims on your products.

About the Speaker

Dr. Min Zhu, Technical Director for Softlines at SGS North America, leads the Americas Softlines technical team to develop testing programs and provide technical services to US and Canada clients. She also coordinates with SGS Softlines global teams to implement softlines policies, regulations and technical initiatives in the North America. Prior to SGS, she was an assistant professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, and served in BASF, Cotton Incorporated and TAL Apparel Ltd. respectively. Dr. Zhu holds a Ph.D. in textile chemistry from Donghua University in Shanghai and an MBA from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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