In this panel session, we will feature the latest advancements on aluminium packaging (cans and bottles) including packaging design; design for end of life, coatings and labels and how each element influences (or not) the recovery process.
Project Coordinator SPC, GreenBlue
Lucy Pierce recently joined the GreenBlue team as a Sustainable Packaging Coalition Project Associate with a background in sustainability and a passion for compostable packaging and labeling. Prior to GreenBlue, she was the Assistant Director of Sustainability at The Evergreen State College where she led campus sustainability initiatives, carbon neutral and zero waste goals, sustainability reporting, and community engagement. Her background includes expertise in bioplastics, carbon offsets, low-carbon energy technologies, and higher education sustainability reporting. Lucy holds a Master of Environmental Studies from The Evergreen State College and a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies and Cultural Anthropology from Otterbein University.
Global Sustainability Director, Sherwin Williams
Doug Mazeffa is the Global Sustainability Director for the Sherwin-Williams Company and a leading expert in Life Cycle Assessment, corporate sustainability, and green chemistry. Doug’s sustainability work was recognized by the coatings industry where he was presented with the 2016 Industry Achievement Award from the American Coatings Association. Additionally, he was presented the 2019 corporate marketing award for his work on product sustainability from The Americas Group within Sherwin-Williams. He is also a highly sought-after speaker including lecturing at over a dozen Universities as well as presenting at numerous national conferences, webinars, radio shows, and television programs. Doug has been cited as a sustainability expert in dozens of major media outlets such as BBC, CNN, and USA Today. Doug acquired his Master's Degree in Corporate Environmental Management from the Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management and completed his undergraduate work in Environmental Science and Economics at Miami University. Doug is also a lecturer in the MBA program at Baldwin-Wallace University. Finally, Doug sits on numerous advisory committees including those in the American Coatings Association, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, and the US Green Building Council. A former All-American and national chess champion, Doug presently resides in Cleveland, OH with his wife and two children.
VP Sustainability, Trivium Packaging
Jenny Wassenaar is the Vice President, Sustainability for Trivium Packaging, global leader in metal packaging. Her objective to “Positively touch the lives of millions of people through Trivium Packaging’s’ sustainable and circular product offerings, created by an excellent team of passionate colleagues,” is what fills her with passion for each new day, infinitely. Jenny believes sustainability is no longer a choice, but an imperative for the success of a company. By exclusively using infinitely recyclable materials and driving out inefficiencies in our processes, Trivium is committed to delivering sustainable value to our customers and the planet. Jenny lives in the Netherlands with her family and enjoys playing hockey and spending time outdoors.