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Articles about regulations

Here are all Phantm’s published documents with the tag regulations
Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is Coming to Australia

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is Coming to Australia

What this means for Australian businesses, how they can navigate new regulations and leverage strategic opportunities ... Read more

The concepts of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) and product stewardship have both been gaining momentum worldwide and are poised ... Read more

Regulations · 3 min read
By Matt Kendall · 22nd Apr 2024
Making Sense of Single-Use Plastic Bans in Australia

Making Sense of Single-Use Plastic Bans in Australia

The ultimate guide to help Australian Businesses ensure compliance with the phase-out of single-use plastics ... Read more

With escalating concerns about the impact of plastic waste on our environment, the phasing out of single-use plastics (SUPs) ... Read more

Businesses can also deploy some practical strategies to help manage and de-risk the rapidly evolving complexity of these plastic ... Read more

Regulations · 4 min read
By Matt Kendall · 15th Apr 2024
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Plastics: the good, the bad and the very ugly

Exploring the pros and cons of the wonder materials that have accelerated convenience and changed the way we live ... Read more

Plastics have woven themselves into the very fabric of our daily lives. Their rise to ubiquity is attributed to ... Read more

Materials · 3 min read
By Rob Anderson · 11th Mar 2024
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8 Ways for Brands to Avoid Greenwashing

A guide to ethical brand communications and responsible storytelling ... Read more

Understanding Greenwashing

We've all seen it. "100% sustainableAll naturalEco-friendly"…. Can we, as consumers, trust or even understand ... Read more

Regulations · 2 min read
By Kaitlin Harasym · 11th Mar 2024

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