Go green with up to 100% PCR PET bottles and jars

  • Neville and More

Neville and More has enhanced its green packaging offering with a range of PET bottles and jars manufactured from recycled plastic material.

The recycled plastic material, known as Post Consumer Recycled (PCR) Resin, can be mixed with virgin plastic resin material in different percentages to produce new bottles and jars.

The PCR content available ranges from 25% up to 100%, with the bottles and jars taking on a green tint as the percentage of recycled PET (rPET) incorporated is increased.

Neville and More has been offering recycled plastic packaging products in its portfolio for over a decade, assisting its customers in the creation of more sustainable packaging solutions.

 

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  • Jo Webb
  • Product Info -> N&M Product News
  • English
  • Created 04 Feb 2019
  • Modified 01 Feb 2019
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