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What are the implications of product stewardship? Find out in one week!

The Global Product Stewardship Council is bringing experts on product stewardship policies and programs together to provide a practical product stewardship implementation workshop on 24 July in conjunction with the Enviro 2012 Conference & Exhibition in Adelaide, Australia.

Australia’s new Product Stewardship Act provides a policy framework for voluntary, co-regulatory and mandatory product stewardship programs. What are the implications? What are the opportunities and risks for your organisation?

Following keynote presentations providing international and domestic context, content will be targeted through short presentations and facilitated panel discussions in order to maximise opportunities for interaction and learning.

International experts will provide insight to overseas experience and commercial drivers for product stewardship and producer responsibility. Federal and state policy makers will provide context and address program expectations. Managers of existing programs will share practical insights and challenges of program implementation. Managers of new programs will address recovery, access, logistics, finance and other aspects of pending programs for collecting TVs, computers, other electronics and other products through product stewardship.

Confirmed plenary speakers include:

Confirmed panel speakers include:

  • Vaughan Levitzke, Chief Executive of Zero Waste SA;
  • John Polhill, Product Stewardship Specialist – Waste Strategy of Sustainability Victoria;
  • Carmel Dollisson, General Manager of Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform Ltd;
  • Peter Bruce, Senior Director – Service Parts Logistics of DHL Supply Chain;
  • Rose Read, Manager, Recycling of MobileMuster;
  • Ed George of Plasback;
  • Greg Leslie, Battery World franchisee recycling spokesperson; and
  • Lorraine Lilley, Project Manager of the FluoroCycle Scheme.

Panel discussions will be facilitated by Helen Lewis, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Battery Recycling Initiative and Russ Martin, GlobalPSC President.

GlobalPSC members receive discounted registration rates for the workshop and a 10% discount off Enviro Conference delegate registrations. Registration details are available here.

Sponsors include:

To discuss sponsorship opportunities, contact russ@globalpsc.net.

Hyperlinked organisations are all GlobalPSC members.

Contrary to a recent email reminder from Enviro 2012, the workshop will not address the issue of container deposits. The workshop will, however, address various electronics, including TVs, computers and mobile phones, as well as other products such as batteries, fluorescent bulbs and agricultural chemicals and chemical containers.

Making the Most of GlobalPSC Membership

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The Global Product Stewardship Council has compiled a convenient guide to ensure that GlobalPSC members or groups considering becoming members can make the most of partnering with the GlobalPSC. The guide covers benefits of membership, current statistics, promotional opportunities, themes being examined and practical guidance on leveraging membership. Click here to access the guide.

Important News for GlobalPSC Members

Dear Global Product Stewardship Council member,

We would like to thank you for your support of the GlobalPSC and let you know of some important upcoming changes that are intended to help ensure you have ongoing value from your membership.

We have upgraded our website to better enable us to share meaningful information.

Member profiles can now be more actively promoted. Current profiles are available here. We urge GlobalPSC members that have not already been profiled to email us and ensure program information and any social media contact details are up to date so we can prepare the profile. We can also update the profiles, so please advise us of any changes you would like to make.

We will also be publishing a regular GlobalPSC newsletter as a service to our members and a supplement to our social media updates. We intend to issue these newsletters roughly once per month.

We will examine new developments in product stewardship and feature one product type or program. Events that the GlobalPSC is hosting, presenting at or otherwise supports will also be featured. See below for a summary of currently planned events.

GlobalPSC newsletters will provide some information we make publicly available as well as some information that current members can click to access in greater detail. All members are provided access when joining the GlobalPSC and your login details will be the basis for accessing additional information from the newsletter.

Please follow the test link below to ensure that you will have access to this information.

In addition to the items you can currently access through our members-only Knowledge Base, we are actively compiling a database of product stewardship and producer responsibility programs. Details will be forthcoming. Feel free to contact us to share information about your own program or to request research on a particular program or topic.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing support.

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