Recycling Packaging News
Viva's IML tube is among the latest technologies to receive a RecyClass Approval Letter. Independent laboratory testing shows that this technology is compatible with the rigid polypropylene recycling stream, further advancing the company's sustainability goals.
As part of its commitment to support customers in the drive towards a circular economy and reduction in carbon footprint, Berry Global’s European flexible films division is adopting a standard approach to substantiate its recycled content claims, including for its Sustane® range of premium sustainable polymers made from 100% recycled plastic.
Meet APC Packaging's patented Mono-Material System Dropper. This truly sustainable innovation was carefully designed with the end-consumers in mind, created to ensure a beautiful experience that has a positive impact on the environment.
Personal Care packaging concept “Design4Circularity” is the recipient of this year’s Sustainable Packaging Award. Resulting from a unique value chain collaboration between Beiersdorf, Borealis, Siegwerk, and Clariant, the concept centers on giving packaging waste a second life in Personal Care applications suitable for multiloop recycling.
Robinson – the manufacturer specialising in value-added custom packaging – has invested more than half a million pounds in state-of-the-art SATE machinery for its UK Paperbox division.
One of Menshen´s most important corporate goals is to remain agile and react flexibly to changes in the market. This requires pre-empting and implementing changes in consumer behaviors in product features. Thus consumer requirements remain constantly in focus
KBF Interpack's products are 100% recyclable as the company prioritizes manufacturing environmental responsibility packaging. It reduces unnecessary production systems that generate less power consumption and commits with partners to deliver customers high-quality standards and environmental-friendly products globally.
Frapak France SAS, part of the Frapak Packaging Group, has long been partners with Laboratoire SVR. Their most recent project sees a modern stylish design successfully completed using eco-friendly materials. The sustainable packaging solution is comprised of 'Ocean Waste', the material that has been collected by the Waste Free Oceans Foundation.