Here's what's been going on at PIQET!



SustPack17 offer: Free PIQET4.0 assessment of your packaging! Limited time only.

At last year’s SustPack, the lifecycles team had just taken over PIQET, and they promised us big changes to come… and it’s here: PIQET 4.0. To celebrate we are offering #SustPack17 participants the chance for a free assessment comparing two packaging options, usually valued at $1,200 USD. SustPack 2017 will

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PIQET training for existing users

In the coming weeks we will be holding online training sessions for users use the additional features of the new PIQET 4.0. Beyond the help guides, users will talk directly with PIQET’s director Tim Grant, and can also exchange with other PIQET clients. Clients can choose any session that suits them: GMT

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New features of PIQET 4.0

PIQET 4.0 has been rolled out to all our users in January 2017. Here are a few of the improvements.   The interface Inside the user interface we are implementing innovations to simplify the was package information in entered, while providing more comprehensive mapping of the life cycle of packaging

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PIQET 4 rolled out

To get 2017 off to a big start, we have rolled out the new PIQET with all our customers. We’re getting great feedback on the streamlined interface which has made developing streamlined LCAs of different packaging options much quicker and easier. The new customisation features are also saving time and

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The New PIQET is Here!

The new PIQET is here! Over the past 10 years PIQET has worked in the sustainable packing industry with brands such as L’Oréal, Mars, Nike and many more. After a change in PIQET’s ownership in April of this year (2016), we have worked exceptionally hard to improve PIQET and create

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UK strategic partner announced

UK strategic partner announced In the lead up to the launch of the new version of PIQET, we have been busy developing strategic partnerships around the globe with packaging specialists to bring PIQET customers even better service. Today we are excited to introduce you to thePackHub, a well established dynamic

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Who’s Testing PIQET 4.0?

Who’s Testing PIQET 4.0? With the release of an updated PIQET ahead (13th of October to be exact!), we’ve been lucky enough to have some great brands test out our brand new program. From the beauty and beverage industry, to educational facilities and package companies, fifteen volunteer testers are busy providing their insight on the

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The first PIQET newsletter

  We have finally gotten around to setting up a newsletter to keep everyone up to date on latest developments. This is for anyone interested in PIQET, not just customers, so don’t hesitate to sign up. CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT OUR NEWSLETTER!    

The new PIQET is coming!

The new PIQET is coming!Over the past decade, PIQET has provided the consumer goods industry with credible, independent and affordable access to life cycle information to evaluate the environmental impacts of packaging. What has set PIQET apart from other tools is the combination of the most relevant and reputable data

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Meet our clients: Jurlique

Meet our clients: Jurlique Jurlique has used PIQET for five years to improve the environmental impact of their packaging. We met with their Environment Officer, Yoshie Obara to find out more. Sector: Skin careSize: Over 500 employeesWhere: Farm and production facilities in South Australia, products distributed in more than 19

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Feedback from SustPack2016 and the Australian Institute of Packaging national conferences

Feedback from SustPack2016 and the Australian Institute of Packaging national conferences After taking over the leading streamlined LCA tool for the packaging sector, PIQET, in April, lifecycles has been busily attending packaging industry conferences and engaging with our client base to get a handle on the big sustainability issues the

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Feedback from user survey

Feedback from user survey In April, we asked PIQET users to provide us with feedback on what works and what doesn’t so that we can make sure the redevelopment targets the key areas, without loosing any of the good stuff. First, we wanted to hear more about why users would

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