Kelly Murosky, Packaging Development Manager for Seventh Generation, to present at TLMI Converter Meeting

March 3, 2022 (Milford, OH): TLMI announces that Kelly Murosky, Packaging Development Manager of household and personal care products company Seventh Generation, will present at the upcoming TLMI Converter Meeting. The meeting will take place March 20-22 in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico.

Murosky’s presentation is titled, “Considering the Impact & Sustainability of our Label Choices”, and during the discussion she will be taking attendees on a deep dive of Seventh Generation’s sustainability goals and practices, and the factors that influence their decision making when developing a new package. Her session will explore how a product’s label can ultimately make or break its ability to be recycled. She will also discuss the critical areas of recycled content versus recyclable, biobased content versus biodegradable, and preferred materials.

Murosky was first introduced to the world of packaging while studying mechanical engineering at RIT and has expanded her expertise in past roles with The Kellogg Company and Keurig Green Mountain. She has been working at Seventh Generation for the past six years, specializing in sustainable packaging over a diverse category of products. She works to design packaging that is recyclable, creates zero waste, and is made of 100% recycled materials.

Rosalyn Bandy, TLMI’s Vice President of Sustainability, comments, “We are absolutely thrilled to have Kelly Murosky joining us in New Mexico for the TLMI Converter Meeting. It’s extremely rare that a consumer packaged goods company addresses TLMI members and I know attendees will find Kelly’s presentation educational and highly valuable since we will be hearing first-hand how one of the most progressive companies in the world drives sustainability through the supply chain. The decisions that companies like Seventh Generation make have a direct impact on TLMI members, and it will be fantastic to hear Kelly take us through her company’s journey and objectives when it comes to the types of printed packaging products they source.”