Element Packaging is continuously developing new packaging solutions that don’t just solve problems and delight consumers- they also place a large focus on producing sustainable products and materials.
That's why Element Packaging was eager to join The Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) to better serve the packaging community and the world we all share. The SPC is a membership-based collaborative that believes in the power of industry to make packaging more sustainable.
Ulrich Lerissel, co-founder of Element Packaging proudly notes,
“We’re excited to be a part of SPC, the leading voice on sustainable packaging as we both are passionate about the creation of packaging that is good for people and the environment."
Element Packaging’s mission is to optimize the use of renewable or recycled source materials, utilizing clean production and best practices in manufacturing, while meeting market criteria for both performance and cost in the Beauty space.
Element Packaging knows more great things are to come and is excited to be at the forefront of sustainable packaging.
Element Packaging's MicroClean introduces naturally antibacterial materials
It’s increasingly important for consumers that their products stay clean during use. Element Packaging is introducing MicroClean, a new technology in plastic additives that is naturally antibacterial. Your product lines will look the same, while staying clean, safe, and free from harmful bacteria.
Element’s Advancements in Sustainability on Display in 3D Webpackaging LIVE Event- check it out!
Element Packaging’s new 3D booth on Webpackaging LIVE is available to visit now! Webpackaging LIVE is the world's first "always open" interactive 3D exhibition for the packaging world. Element's multimedia 3D booth highlights their unique offerings, latest turnkey solutions, strides in material science technology, and their sustainable solutions for the packaging world.
Rethinking the Pump: Element Introduces Mono-material Dispenser
Element Packaging is kicking off their range of mono-material pumps with this classic and versatile dispenser. Element’s first mono-material pump is made of only one type of plastic- durable PP! With no metal, this pump can be sorted and recycled along with the rest of the PP plastic products.
Element Packaging Helps Create PACT, Which Aims to Unify the Beauty Industry and Tackle Waste
Element Packaging is the first packaging company in the industry to join forces with retailers to create Pact, a non-profit initiative. Pact is a membership organization, that is focusing on how to recycle packaging components that are typically hard to recycle
Element Packaging Collaborates with Milk Makeup for a Packaging Upgrade
Milk Makeup teamed up with Element Packaging when they wanted to upgrade the packaging for their popular Sunshine Skin Tint, a liquid tinted sunscreen. Element Packaging designed a new and improved airless cosmetic stick to make applying their beauty products simple.
Element's food grade silicone a sustainable and safer alternative to plastic
Committed to sustainable alternatives for beauty and skincare packaging to reduce the use of plastic, Element Packaging introduces food grade silicone. This naturally occurring substance is infinitely reusable and provides an eco-friendly solution to plastic packaging in order to protect the planet and not lose on style.
Reuse, renew, and reduce with Element's aluminum packaging
With the aim of eliminating single-use plastics, Element is dedicated to using alternative materials to create sustainable packaging. Aluminum is an ideal material because it can be endlessly recycled and still maintain its quality and durability.
Element promotes sustainable post consumer plastics over single use
Focusing on quick-to-market, sustainable solutions with exceptional quality for beauty and skincare, Element Packaging provides sustainable alternatives to single-use plastics, like post consumer plastics and resins. These unconventional materials benefit the planet, brands, and consumers alike.
- Bianka Cramblit
- Company News
- Created 17 Aug 2021
- Modified 18 Aug 2021
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