Sustainable Packaging: from Aspiration to Impact

Sustainable Packaging: from Aspiration to Impact

13 September 2019

11:00AM - 11:45AM


Genexis Theatre, Connexis Tower, Level 5

Packaging delivers products to consumer in their desired condition. However, packaging today is predominantly made out of plastics that either ends up in our oceans and waterways; or litters our lands. Only a very small percentage of plastics is currently recyclable or recycled. Increasingly, the world is looking to companies to make sustainable choices. Stefano Bartolucci will discuss how companies can do their part by presenting recent case studies of how P&G has successfully decreased the amount of plastics it uses, increasing recycled content and making packaging more recyclable. He will share how P&G intends to achieve 100% recyclable or reusable packaging and halt the flow of P&G packaging to the oceans by 2030.



Mr Stefano Bartolucci

Mr Stefano Bartolucci

Principal Scientist, Beauty Care Packaging
Procter & Gamble Singapore (P&G)

Mr Stefano Bartolucci is a Principal Scientist in the Procter and Gamble Packaging Beauty Care division based in Singapore. He is a serial innovator with passion to transform and amplify the product experience through new packaging, new product forms and sustainability. He is recipient of 19 granted patents and 20+ patent applications. His research is currently focused on new sustainable products and packaging for Beauty Care. 

Stefano holds a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Modena University, Italy and a M.Eng. in Material Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, US.