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Agenda

The online agenda schedule will be presented in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4)

All presentations will be recorded and made available for on-demand viewing within the online event platform.
Session I: Market Trends and Consumer Insights in Latin America
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During this session, speakers will give an overview of cleaning product trends in Latin America, consumer insights and new packaging solutions.
Evolving Disinfectant Relevance Challenge
Disinfection was, is and will be always relevant for preventing the spread of infection. As part of the evolution of the societies, consumer´s have shifted their perceptions around the cleaning and disinfecting importance several times. The occurrence of outbrakes and the digital era is impacting on hygiene habits as well as driving more awareness on how to prevent infections.
We will review disinfection role in the evolution of the humanity; how 2020 pandemic changed consumer´s journey and what the future could look like.
Celeste Giai | R&D Group Manager LATAM, The Clorox Company
Major trends and lessons learned: Latin American Home Care market beyond the pandemic
In this session, we will understand the socio-economic context that has been affecting Latin American consumers, the major regional trends within Home Care, case studies from different segments, and the most important learning points to consider for the future of the industry.
Felipe Lehmkuhl Carreirão | Senior Research Analyst, Euromonitor International
Protection and Preservation Aligned with Sustainability Concerns
Consumer´s attitudes towards hygiene changed, now they are more aware about the importance of disinfection processess and they want to do it with enviromental responsibility.  This presentation will show that is possible to avoid outbreaks and protect the population using safe technologies.
Francisco Almeida | Business Development Manager, Arxada
Networking Break
Session II: Regulatory Landscape in Latin America
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This session will address how to harmonize information in each country and have the countries work together with the authorities to implement the regulations.
Panel of Regulatory
Moderator: Lizandra Moraes, President, ABIPLA
 
Panelists include:
  • Laura Donato, Head of the Home Sanitary Products Department, Directorate for the evaluation and monitoring management of health products, ANMAT Ministerio de Salud
  • Rodrigo Ottoni, Manager of Hygiene Products, Perfumes, Cosmetics and Sanitizers – GHCOS, Directorate, Agência Nacional de Vigilância SanitáriaAnvisa
  • Ing. Rosa Mabel Oyarzun Ojeda, Professional Department of Environmental Health, Division of Healthy Public Policies and Promotion Undersecretary of Public Health, Ministerio de Salud
  • Dr. Isel Cortes Nodarse, Head of Department of Environmental Health Institute, Chilean Public Health
  • Jimena Alonso, Head of the Home Health Department, Ministry of Public Health
  • Lic. Quim. Ind. María Eugenia Ferreira, Jefa de Domisanitarios RI y RII
Lunch Break
Session III: Waste Management, Recycling and Packaging Design
The role of COVID-19 in regulatory updates and trendsetting in sanitizers
Extended Producer Responsibility EPR, and Collective Management Systems
  • REP Regulations in Chile
  • Goals and obligations of Decree 12 on packaging waste
  • Household and non-household waste and its goals
  • Concept and operation of collective management systems
  • Operation of Resimple in household and non-household waste
  • Monitoring system for non-household waste.

Isidro Pereda | ERP Management System Project Manager, ReSimple
Session IV: Trends in Laundry
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Closing Remarks & Welcome to Online Lounge
Session V: Circular Economy, Sustainability and Retailer Initiatives
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This session will cover the circular economy and the companies who are working towards recyclability, innovation, and more.
REFILLARY – OPPORTUNITY TO REDUCE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Globally consumers are looking to the authorities and industry to reduce the impact that packaging has on the environment. One potential solution is the introduction of in-store refill stations, taking care on safety of consumers, traceability and quality of the product. Consumers bring their own bottles or purchase a bottle that is re-usable and can be refilled with Homecare products again. This could reduce the disposal of single use plastics into the environment.
Juan José Bonelli | Regional Home Care Regulatory Manager, Unilever R&D Buenos Aires
Croda’s Commitment to Becoming Climate, Land and People Positive by 2030
Our Commitment to becoming Climate, Land and People Positive by 2030, aligns Croda with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Our innovations enable Croda, our customers and consumers to reach their sustainability targets. Learn how Croda brings sustainability to the home care markets.
Our 100% bio-based surfactants, natural ingredients and green solvents offer intrinsic benefits to sustainable cleaning formulations.
Beyond formulations, our ingredients provide extrinsic sustainability benefits to fabric care products, reducing embedded carbon emissions and water usage by extending the lifetime of clothes.
Through our latest biotechnology innovations, we’ve harnessed the power of nature, providing probiotics to deliver safe, sustainable and more effective cleaning solutions.
José Davi Pugliese | Sales Development Manager, Latin America Home Care, Croda
Networking Break
Session VI: Cleaning Within the Home
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This session will address trends with cleaning in the home, air quality, sustainability within appliance cleaning and connected cleaning.
Change is the only constant: how brands can re-invent the concept of clean and meet consumer demands
In the search for products that are sustainable, yet effective and safe to use, science is a key factor in gaining consumer trust. Learn how the constant changes of modern times are impacting consumer attitudes and how biotechnology can help reinvent the concept of clean.
Elaine Scarelli | Business Director, Home and Personal Care, IFF's Health & Biosciences
Greener cleaners: Solutions for plastic waste reduction - advancements in concentrates and sustainable, pH-neutral preservative systems
Disinfectants and cleaners are crucial weapons in the fight against COVID-19, but accelerated use of these products during the pandemic has exacerbated the global problem of plastic pollution. Solutions are urgently needed. Global ingredient provider Corbion offers guidance for the production of concentrated antimicrobial liquid and powder formulations that perform as well as conventional diluted formats. Leveraging this strategy reduces the volume of plastic waste generated while removing water also brings significant savings on transport costs.
Implementing a safe, sustainable preservation solution to increase shelf life in these products also contributes to lowering the amount of plastic and spoiled product discarded. Recommendations from Corbion can help avoid the drawbacks of most current preservative systems, which often cause skin irritation, are synthetic in composition, and/or may only be used at dosage levels too low to be efficacious. Manufacturers can now rely on effective preservative solutions produced using natural processes that also have a milder effect on the skin.
Esther Lansdaal | Senior Biocide Application Specialist, Corbion
Lunch Break
Session VII: Clean Labels, Transparency and Packaging Challenges
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QR codes are able to give consumer additional information about what is in the products they are buying. How can companies work with authorities to accomplish this and have the information on all products?
The future of plastics and packaging will need to be a sustainable one. What can companies do to become more sustainable and keep plastics in the supply chain?
Green solvent for I&I and household hard cleaning solutions
Green cleaning chemicals refer to those chemicals which are made from environmental-friendly ingredients and are safe for human health and the environment. They are made from a renewable resource, and with some exceptions, generally do not contain synthetics. Green chemical-based formulations are already present in the market. The main issue with these chemicals is that though they can clean their performance in comparison with the industrial cleaning chemicals is not very effective. Oxiteno's new green solvent changes the previously mentioned perceptions. It is based on a 100% natural derived raw material, readily biodegradable, and promotes high efficiency. Its lipophilic nature allows a better interaction with oily soil leading to a high performance in cleaning and degreasing, which is especially true for I&I and household hard cleaning applications.
Husley J Morales Guzman | Senior Researcher , Oxiteno
Networking Break
Session VIII: The Future of Sustainable Cleaning Products
Sustainability and versatility coming together in Home Care formulations
Versatility and sustainability go hand in hand with SupraCareTM 780 Additive, a Dow novel technology focused on Home Care formulations.
A multi-purpose bio-based additive for rheology modification of liquid and structuring of solid detergents that can also deliver a boosting in cleaning properties depending on the formulation structure.
Today's trend towards more sustainable formulations translates into a need for biodegradable and bio-sourced materials with good performance properties as well.
One of the approaches to enable more sustainable products relies additives - such as SupraCareTM 780 - that can help to do more with less:  less ingredients usage, same performance at reduced cost and more concentrated formulations apart from adding benefits that can improve consumers’ perception on Home Care products such as improved foam and cleaning.
Angela Sanchez | Senior Technical Service and Development, Home and Personal Care, Dow Chemical
Sustainable technology opens up new ways to clean public and private sewage system.
Critical sewage systems already represent about 10% of the extension in large cities. Due to the growing number of meals made in restaurants, residences, shopping malls, condominiuns all located on the same area, fats from kitchen cleaning become even more discharged and concentrated, obstructing and overflowing the sewage system. The costs and maintenance time are higher and higher, as well as the risks to public health.
Eco Renova introduces to the market a work methodology with the sustainable degreaser Economic Cleaner, that cleans with lower costs, faster, safer and above all, it drastically reduces the frequency of pipe cleaning.
Paulo Schmitt | Executive Director, Eco Renova
Panel: Challenges of creating more sustainable cleaning products
Panelist Include:
  • Daisy Scarparo de Sanctis, Technical Service and Development Leader, Latin America Home & Personal Care at Dow Chemical
  • Additional panelists coming soon!
Closing Remarks & Conclusion of Conference