FPA LITTER SUMMIT

FPA LITTER SUMMIT

THE FPA Litter Summit held at University of Nottingham attracted a very high calibre of speakers, from L to R: Martin Kersh (FPA Exec Director); Phil Barton (Keep Britain Tidy); Andrew Richmond (Greater London Authority); Peter Schroeder (McDonalds Restaurants); Ian Bland (Clean Up Europe); Tony Waters (Pack2Go); Andrew Cousins (Amey); Martin Jeynes (Maidstone Borough Council); Jane Bickerstaffe (INCPEN); Neil Whittall (FPA Environment Committee)

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FPA Fundraising

FPA Fundraising

Raising funds for Springboard & Hospitaity Action, the FPA Awards 2014 raised £14,000. From left: Mark Byrne (FPA V Chair), Rachel Lund (Springboard), Shaun Williamson (aka Barry From Eastenders), Cara Cottam (FPA V.Chair), Penny Moore (CEO Hospitality Action) and Neil Whittall (FPA Chairman)

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House of Commons

House of Commons

As members of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Packaging we are able to bring issues affecting our industry directly to the attention of MP's. Our annual House of Commons lunch (2014 taking place 7 October) is attended by 220 members and meetings are regulalry held with Defra and BIS.

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Environment Seminar

Environment Seminar

Picture shows: Thomas Jelley, Corp. Citizen Manager Sodexo; Bob Lisney, Chair ACP & Paul Vanston, Kent Waste Partnership. From left: Josh Brooks (Packaging News), Dick Searle (Packaging Federation), Jon Mortimore (FPA Environment Co Chair), Mark Byrne (Vice Chair), Thomas Jelley, Cara Cottam (Vice Chair), Paul Vanston, Mary Creagh MP, Neil Whittall (Chairman), Mark Pawsey MP (Chair APPG Packaging), Bob Lisney & Martin Kersh (Chief Operating Officer).

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The FPA Awards Night

The FPA Awards Night

Held at The Grand Hotel Brighton, nine Awards will be presented on 5 March 2015 to honour the high standards of excellence achieved by members over the past year. 

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FPA Golf Day

FPA Golf Day

Held in conjunction with the Annual FPA Barbecue is enjoyed by golfers and non-golfers alike. The 2014 event was held at Wokefield Park attended by 120 members and guests

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Welcome to the Foodservice Packaging Association

"A DYNAMIC ASSOCIATION THAT TRULY SERVES ITS MEMBERS, INDUSTRY AND THE PUBLIC"
* Dick Searle, Chief Executive Officer, The Packaging Federation

The Foodservice Packaging Association promotes the interests of manufacturers, distributors and buyers of single use, disposable foodservice packaging used to serve food and beverages to the public away from home. The FPA encourages the use of disposable foodservice packaging by promoting and encouraging further development of its superior performance with respect to hygiene, safety, convenience, economy, reducing food waste, environment and sustainability.

OUR MISSION

We encourage the best practise and set the highest standards to our members with regard to serving the public at large and each other. We enhance the reputation and understanding of the foodservice packaging industry by providing information to legislators, industry, pressure groups and media. We lobby government so that decisions affecting our industry are made from an informed position and that the role of the foodservice packaging industry in minimising food waste is fully understood as is its significant contribution to the UK economy.

FPA Environment Seminar 2015

When: 15th January 2015

Where: East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham

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AWARDS 2015 SPONSORS 1
MINISTER SUPPORTS FPA LITTER SUMMIT 2
Alastair Storey Calls on FPA to lead campaign 3
  • Plea to FPA at House of Commons Lunch

    Attended by 176 members and their guests with a keynote address from Alastair Storey, Chairman of WSH who called upon the FPA to lead a working party to examine every step of the packaging product life cycle and join up the thinking that links manufacturers, distributors, operators, end users, waste management and recycling companies. He said that if the sector acts together and puts aside competitive rivalries it could work towards preventing 1.3 million tonnes of foodservice packaging waste reaching landfill each year. That packaging waste has a value of some £38 million – enough to put a significant number of young people into a hospitality apprenticeship for a year.WSH includes Baxter Storey and Benugo.

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