Circular economy in packaging waste management – what are our potentials and what are the challenges in the roadmap? When will we start looking at waste as a resource? What do we expect from the National Plan for Circular Economy and when will Serbia have access to it?

Are packagings sustainable if we do not have an efficient and sustainable packaging waste management system? Who is responsible for enabling packaging waste to be recycled instead of ending up in the environment- the one who earned from the product, the one who used the product, or the government and the utility company?

Can the deposit system provide new life for old packages and for which ones? Who should manage and organize the deposit system, and who benefits from it?

Why are eco-design and eco-modulation important? How will they help ensure that beverage packaging ends up in recycling instead of in rivers and landfills?

Panelists:

Dejan Djordjević, Supply chain director, Knjaz Milos

Jelena Kis, Sustainability and Regulatory Manager for Central and Eastern Europe, Ball Packaging Europe

Predrag Todorovic, Development Manager for Central and Eastern Balkans, Frosch

Moderator:

Slobodan Krstovic, Head of the Environment Unit, NALED / Slobodan Krstovic, Head of Environment Unit at NALED

MIKSER TALKS

26th May

14:30-15:30

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Dejan Djordjević
Supply chain director, Knjaz Milos

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Jelena Kis
Sustainability and Regulatory Manager for Central and Eastern Europe, Ball Packaging Europe

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Predrag Todorovic
Development Manager for Central and Eastern Balkans, Frosch

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Slobodan Krstovic
Head of the Environment Unit, NALED / Slobodan Krstovic, Head of Environment Unit at NALED