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UPDATED: The Reusable Packaging Association is offering a two-hour educational program on how reusable packaging offers users a circular supply chain option.

The association’s “Moving to a Circular Supply Chain with Reusable Transport Packaging,” at Circularity 20, May 20 in Atlanta. Circularity 20, Aug. 25-27, is designed to “inspire, inform and empower participants to turn circular economy concepts into profitable opportunities,” according to a news release.

The event, originally scheduled in May, was moved due to concerns of the coronavirus COVID-19.

The RPA program is free for all Circularity 20 participants.

The session will focus on how “reusable packaging systems can accelerate circularity and deliver superior performance and cost-savings from point of packing to point of use,” according to the release.

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