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Recycling & Europe '92 on Interbev 89 agenda this fall.

Recycling & Europe '92 on Interbev 89 agenda this fall

Beverage container recycling and world trade regulations in Europe in 1992 are two topics to be discussed at special seminars during InterBev 89, show organizers say. The International Beverage Industry Exhibition and Congress will take place October 24-26 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Individual sessions and speakers on recycling will include: "Curbside Recycling: The Latest Trends and Technologies," David Gavrich, Browning-Ferris Industries of California Inc.; "A Recycling Success Story: One Person Can Make a Difference," Rob Crosswell, Pottsvile (PA) Coca-Cola Bottling; "Effective Recycling = Awareness = Involvement + Commitment," Dave Locey, Minnesota Soft Drink Association; John F. Koons, IV, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Lauderdale/Palm Beach; "Voluntary Source Separation...How It Works," Ivan Lawyer, Florida Business and Industry Recycling Program (BIRP); Lorrie Parker, Solid Waste Utility, Seattle; "A Packager's Commitment to Recycling," Joe Kittelson, Recycle Indiana Resources; and "Recycling Movements and Laws in Foreign Markets," Paulette Vinette, Canadian Soft Drink Association; Vince Monterola, C-C Bottlers Ltd. (Australia); and Dermot J. Byrne, The Soft Drinks Association (Ireland).

Europe 1992, meanwhile, will look at the integration of the 12 countries of the European Community which, as of 1992, will become one single market of more than 320 million people. This seminar will explore the status of Europe's integration effort, and will offer strategies for businesses to prepare and take advantage of a single European market.
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Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Aug 7, 1989
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