Minister backs tough targets

December 2012
Packaging News;Dec2012, p5
Trade Publication
The article informs that Great Britain's Resource Management Minister Lord de Mauley has assured peers that new tougher packaging targets for 2013-2017 can be met and has explained that he will monitor progress.


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