Green Vaping Revolution: FEELM Blazes Trail at UK’s Game-Changing Summit

FEELM, an innovator in the technology sphere, recently inspired attendees at the UK Vaping Industry Association’s groundbreaking ‘Greenprint for Sustainable Vaping’ summit. The virtual gathering delved into the vaping sector’s ecological dilemmas, igniting conversations on collaborative endeavors, cutting-edge innovations, and adaptive regulatory measures.

The summit sought to develop a Greenprint for Sustainable Vaping, a roadmap driving environmental actions to transform the vaping industry’s ecological landscape. Key discussions included creating an integrated national recycling and waste management network, advancing next-gen vape technologies that promote recycling and reuse, and motivating consumers and retailers to embrace eco-responsible vaping practices.

Echo Liu, European Division Director for FEELM, championed the call for industry-wide environmental cooperation, asserting, “Delivering eco-friendly vaping solutions and addressing the careless discarding of disposable vapes are critical.” UKVIA Director General John Dunne echoed these sentiments, stressing the value of education and joint collaboration between regulators, industry players, and environmental management authorities.

Committed to driving sustainable change, FEELM fosters green strategies among its partners. Echo highlighted the pivotal role consumers play in recycling and called for collective action within the vaping industry to expedite environmental progress. By adopting FEELM’s eco-centric approach, partners stand to gain improved social and business performance, securing consumer trust and loyalty, distinguishing their brand from competitors, and adhering to government regulations.

The summit serves as a catalyst for the vaping industry’s green transformation. As FEELM leads by example, the momentum for environmental breakthroughs will only intensify, heralding a new era of sustainable vaping.


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