Webbinarium: Towards PFAS-free kitchenware
Den 20 januari 2022 arrangerade projektet POPFREE Industri webbinariet "Towards PFAS-free kitchenware". Syftet var att initiera en dialog i leverantörskedjan, höja kunskapsnivån om PFAS kemikalier och den pågående utvecklingen av PFAS reglering på EU nivå, och för att dela erfarenheter från företag som har eller arbetar med att fasa ut PFAS.
The webinar was held in English. Below you can see all parts of the webinar and download the presentations in PDF format.
The company perspective in phasing out PFAS is exemplified in five presentations. There are also other companies working with these issues and other alternatives are available on the market.
1. Towards PFAS-free kitchenware
Lisa Skedung, Project Manager POPFREE Industry and researcher at RISE introduces the topic for the webinar "Towards PFAS-free kitchenware".
Towards PFAS-free kitchenware - Lisa Skedung (pdf, 1.01 MB)
2. What is PFAS and why bother?
Ian Cousins, professor at Stockholm University presentation "What is PFAS and why bother?"
What is PFAS and why bother? - Ian Cousins (pdf, 1.75 MB)
3. EU regulation on PFAS
Martijn Beekman, project manager for the REACH PFAS restriction dossier in the Netherlands speaks about EU regulation on PFAS – status report – with focus on food contact materials and packaging.
4. COOP Denmark at the forefront in phasing out of PFAS
Ulrik Schultz, Non-food Consultant at COOP Denmark talkes about how and why COOP Denmark is at the forefront in phasing out of PFAS.
5. Cervera's journey towards PFAS free
Huyen Vu, Sustainability Manager at Cervera talkes about learnings and challenges from Cervera's journey towards PFAS free kitchenware.
6. Our journey to PFAS-free kitchenware
Mikael Wallborg, CEO at Ipinium and ONEPan talkes about a small-scale producers’ journey to PFAS-free kitchenware.
7. Baking paper as alternative to non-stick-layers
Henrik Kjellgren, Product Manager at Nordic Paper talkes about baking paper as alternative to non-stick-layers in kitchenware.
8. A ceramic alternative
Tristan Paperkamp, key account manager at the Cookware Company talkes about how GreenPan has been a ceramic alternative since 2007.
9. Wrap-up and final remarks
Lisa Skedung summarizes why it is time to work towards PFAS-free kitchenware and encourages collaboration and dialogue in the value-chain.
Wrap-up and final remarks - Lisa Skedung (pdf, 2.77 MB)