The greenest show on earth?

July 2012
Packaging News;Jul2012, p25
Trade Publication
The article provides an analysis of sustainable design factor of the Olympic Game 2012 which is to be held in London, England and also explores the role of packaging industry in the event. It informs that 14,700 athletes will compete in the sports event and emphasizes its importance in developing sustainable infrastructure within the country. It also offers information on various projects conducted by the organization Greater London Authority's (GLA) environment team for the event.


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