RECOUP have released a reusable packaging design survey for the TRACE project.
RECOUP is pleased to be contributing to project TRACE (Technology-enabled Reusable Assets for a Circular Economy) which aims to make reusable packaging systems a reality at scale using ultra-low-cost RFID technology. TRACE is being led by PragmatIC Semiconductor, alongside partners including Topolytics, University of Sheffield, Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, RECOUP and Ken Mills Engineering.
More information on the project can be found here.
RECOUP is primarily focussed on the topic of design of reusable packaging for the project and we are currently carrying out research into this area. RECOUP has therefore put together a survey to gather your thoughts and feedback. The expertise and collaboration of RECOUP members can provide valuable insight into reusable packaging design and guide future sector growth and development. The intended output of this work is industry guidelines for the design of reusable packaging.
RECOUP would appreciate input from various sectors and job roles, however much or little experience you have with reusable packaging – the survey is open to everyone, all participation is appreciated.
Here is a link to the survey which should not take more than 10 minutes of your time.