ECOS commissioned a background study from research organisations VITO and Ökopol to analyse how the principles of ecodesign could be systematically applied to plastic. The report offers a comprehensive analysis of the existing policy tools, and makes four policy recommendations to drive a more environmentally-sound design of plastic and products containing plastic in a circular economy. We developed the full identity for the conference, the publication, infographic and the support materials needed to present their study.
ECOS seeks to drive a more environmentally responsible design of plastics. The conference took place in Brussels and focused on elements of the findings of their study about the topic.
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We are ready! 💪 ECOS conference on #ecosesignplastic today in Brussels! Interactive discussions & launch of our new report on applying #ecodesign to #plastic products! 👉https://t.co/kCSxY9W6L5 pic.twitter.com/UOitQaephI— ECOS 🌳 (@ECOS_Standard) June 13, 2019
Proud to be at our @ECOS_Standard conference #plastics in a #circulareconomy with Director of Circular Economy and Green Growth Kestutis Sadauskas #ecodesignPlastic pic.twitter.com/8HMclnPIGy— Michael Neaves (@Mike_Neaves) June 13, 2019
That's a wrap on this great conference. Thank you @ECOS_Standard for this enriching day. As Doreen said, we shared a lot of visions. Let's all show some courage, and concrete actions with the support of #standards💪#Ecodesign #ecodesignplastic #circulareconomy #CircularStandards pic.twitter.com/18xyqnFNuX— Deborah Wautier (@d_waut) June 13, 2019
Tatiana Santos expressed the importance of having a @toxicfreefuture: On top of being reused, reduced, recycled, #plastics need to be designed to be non-toxic.@Green_Europe @ECOS_Standard #Ecodesign #ecodesignplastic #CircularStandards pic.twitter.com/ANSw0AKI4t— Deborah Wautier (@d_waut) June 13, 2019