APCO Report & Action Plan 2023
Being a Member of APCO
The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) is an independent, not-for-profit company established to administer the covenant on behalf of the government and the covenant signatories.
APCO partners with government and industry to reduce the environmental impact of packaging in Australian communities. It delivers a model of shared responsibility through the promotion of sustainable packaging activities including sustainable design, recycling initiatives, waste to landfill reduction and circular economy projects.
What does being an APCO member mean for Confoil?
It means complying with the obligations laid out in the covenant and collaborating with industry and government – achieving common goals and finding the best possible solutions for packaging efficiency and sustainability. It also entails being an active participant in APCO initiatives and in return APCO ensures that proactive members are recognised for their efforts.
As a dedicated APCO member and signatory of the Australian Packaging Covenant, Confoil is continuously increasing our level of commitment to sustainability. We collaborate with APCO to move toward a strategic approach to sustainability. Using their tools, we measure our performance and set clear targets which not only deliver organisational and financial gains, but also protect the environment.
Confoil supports 2025 National Packaging Targets
As a committed APCO member, Confoil agrees to reduce the amount of waste generated and make it easier for products to be recycled. We actively support APCO in meeting the four National Packaging Targets, which directly correlated with the National Waster Policy (NWP) and Circular Economy Principles (CEP).
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