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ANZPAC supplements regional and global plastic waste reduction efforts with cross country innovation, investment and knowledge sharing. ANZPAC is the leading initiative that brings together organisations, governments… Read more “3.2. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BEING A MEMBER OF THE ANZPAC PLASTICS PACT?”
Membership fees will contribute to the costs of the working groups, individual engagement, progress measurement, collaborative projects, evidence and tools. Members of ANZPAC are invoiced annually (July-June),… Read more “3.3. HOW WILL MEMBERSHIP FEES BE USED?”
The ANZPAC Plastics Pact have two membership types: 1. ANZPAC Members 2. ANZPAC Supporters Organisations classified as NGOs, academia, government, community groups and industry associations can choose… Read more “3.4. HOW DO NGOS, INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS, COMMUNITY GROUPS AND ACADEMIA GET INVOLVED? WOULD THEY ALSO SIGN UP AS MEMBERS?”
Organisations that are Members of ANZPAC are expected to support the vision of a circular economy for plastic and progress toward achieving the ANZPAC Targets and incorporating… Read more “3.5. WHAT IS EXPECTED OF MY ORGANISATION AS A MEMBER OF THE ANZPAC PLASTICS PACT?”
APCO Annual Reporting is aligned with requirements of Signatories under the Australian Packaging Covenant, and the Sustainable Packaging Guidelines. APCO Annual Reporting is dependent on the APCO… Read more “3.6. WILL THE REPORTING BE SIMILAR TO APCO REPORTING REQUIREMENTS TO REDUCE DOUBLE UP?”
Through reporting, ANZPAC Members demonstrate progress towards the ANZPAC Targets. ANZPAC Members will report on their plastic packaging every year to demonstrate their progress. Information collected through… Read more “3.7. WHAT ARE MY REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AS AN ANZPAC MEMBER?”
Businesses who are Members of the ANZPAC Plastics Pact and other Plastics Pacts will be required to report to each Plastics Pact separately.