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Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand, America’s Cup Event Ltd and Challenger of Record 36 have announced a partnership agreement for the 36th America’s Cup presented by Prada.

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Coca-Cola Oceania and Coca-Cola Amatil reach ambitious recycled plastic goal

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Coca-Cola Amatil (NZ) has welcomed the Government’s announcement that work has begun to develop a beverage Container Return Scheme (CRS) for New Zealand.

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Coca-Cola Oceania and Coca-Cola Amatil Jointly Announce a Major Increase in Recycled Plastic

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Ten leading businesses are backing a new diagnostic study of New Zealand’s entire plastic packaging system. The work will identify key challenges and interventions for the adoption of a circular economy approach to plastics.

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The Packaging Forum today hosted the Hon Dr Nick Smith Minister for the Environment, politicians, businesses, officials from local and central government and community groups at the launch of the Soft Plastics Recycling Programme at New World, Mt Roskill in Auckland. The programme has brought together New World, PAK’nSAVE, Countdown and The Warehouse and some of New Zealand’s leading food and grocery brands to introduce drop off recycling facilities at stores so that consumers can recycle a whole range of soft plastic bags and packaging which until now have gone to landfill.

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The official launch of the Coca-Cola 100 years of Contour campaign hit the heart of Auckland City this week.

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In July, the Packaging Forum announced a new initiative to introduce recycling bins so that shoppers can take back their used soft plastic bags to supermarkets and retail premises. The project is funded by industry with matched funding from the Government’s Waste Minimisation Fund during the trial and will promote the Government’s Love NZ recycling brand.

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In partnership with The Packaging Forum, a new initiative to introduce recycling bins so shoppers can take back their used soft plastic bags to supermarkets and retail premises was announced over the weekend.

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