Do you have questions about the new regulations concerning Packaging and Printed Paper Stewardship?

While this new regulation may not affect most printers directly, your customers are asking for your help and guidance. Prepare yourself to have the answers.

BCPIA presents a special panel discussion on the new regulations which come into effect in May 2014. This is your opportunity to ask questions, get answers and voice your concerns.

Tuesday January 14th, 2014
2:30 - 5 pm
Hemlock Printers
7050 Buller Avenue, Burnaby

Members (BCPIA and CME)


$15.00 plus GST

$30.00 plus GST


Allen Langdon

Managing Director for Multi-Material BC (MMBC)

Allen Langdon is the Managing Director for Multi-Material BC (MMBC), and is currently overseeing the implementation of the packaging and printed paper program in BC, acting as the primary contact between the organization and its provincial regulators, supply chain partners and local community stakeholders. Mr. Langdon also oversees the deployment of promotion and education activities, ensuring BC residents are aware of their recycling options, and is responsible for ensuring the MMBC program achieves its ambitious diversion targets.  

Prior to joining MMBC, Mr. Langdon was the Vice President, Sustainability for the Retail Council of Canada (RCC),  where he was responsible for coordinating a proactive industry agenda to address a wide range of complex sustainability issues including climate change, sustainable packaging, extended producer responsibility programs, responsible sourcing, and animal welfare.  Previously, he held a similar position as the Vice-President Environment and West for the Canadian Council of Grocery Distributors (CCGD), a not-for-profit organization committed to advancing and promoting the regional and national grocery and foodservice distribution industry in Canada. 

Mr. Langdon is a past Director for a number of stewardship agencies in Canada including Encorp Pacific, the Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA), Multi-Material Stewardship Manitoba (MMSM) and the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association (CBCRA).

BC Ministry of Environment Representative - yet to be named.