Packaging Knowledge through e-Learning

September 14, 2013 By: Sandeep Goyal Category: Books, General, Innovations

Packaging Knowledge through e-Learning

Ladies and Gentleman!

Every day, we are faced with many challenges of creating something new to bridge the gap in packaging knowledge. Sharing packaging knowledge is still not done so efficiently. With the help of our readers, we continue attempting newer ways to bridge this gap. Packaging Knowledge through eLearning is another such attempt. It’s the beta version and I am sure you will be delighted to go through it. It starts with a simple basic tutorial. Our first topic is MAP: Modified Atmosphere Packaging. The course content has been prepared by the knowledge team of PackagingConnections.

 It’s a simple tutorial with an aim to deliver top quality in a short period. Existing members can use their current login details to go through it and those who are not registered, they can register in simple 2 steps. The link is given below. Please do send us your feedback so that we can take it to next level.

Click here: http://www.packagingconnections.com/elearning.htm

Thank you and with this, I would say Enjoy Wonders Of Packaging Knowledge

 Sandeep Goyal
Founder & CEO

www.PackagingConnections.com.

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    Please publish warnings about Polystyrene (Styrofoam). It is used to make disposable picnic cutlery and plates. In foam form it is much used for butcher's meat trays and it is used in very large quantities to insulate buildings.  It is much used to package radios, TVs, computers and electronic equipment, either in molded sheet form or in loose pebbles or s shapes. Recyclers refuse it but, as it is between 50 and 75%  of our waste, the manufacturers and distributors should be required to collect it from every home and business.  Better still don't use it at all.  
    After the earth quake disaster in Japan huge piece of this plastic foam floated all the way to the shores of Canada and the USA.  Even a licensed motor bike was inside one plastic box that arrived at Canada from Japan.  The owner in Japan was actually located. Much plastic junk is still gyrating in the Pacific ocean along with toys, balls, buckets and torn fishing nets.  There are islands of many kinds of waste plastic as big as India  collecting in the ocean.  What will you do to collect this junk?  I suggest fishing trawlers to collect it, dry and shred it and make it into synthetic lumber and furniture.  University students with their professors could staff these ships for credit courses in environmental studies, health and engineering. 
    Even sadder is the fact that much plastic has broken down into tiny flakes and is filling the ocean.  Fish are eating it and either dying or becoming diseased. So-called biodegradable bags break down into tiny bits. Paper bags might be safer.  Please inspire people to become stewards of the earth, as our Creator intended, and still calls us to do.   



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