8 sustainable packaging hits of 2017: Page 3 of 8

By Lisa McTigue Pierce in Sustainable Packaging on December 21, 2017

#6. Is 100% recyclable flexible packaging possible?

Sure, the idea of recycling pouches, bags and other types of flexible packaging is well accepted now that Seventh Generation, Dow and others have made inroads. But back in August 2014 when professional plastics manufacturing and packaging blogger Ashley Swinehart first proposed the concept, it got people thinking about alternate end-of-life scenarios for flexible packaging, the second largest packaging segment in the United States.

 

NEXT: Just how important is sustainable packaging?

 

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This is a great read! We actually just did an article showing the importance of Sustainable packaging. http://epeusa.com/blog/sustainable-packaging-do-consumers-really-care/ Check it out for more information on how consumers think about sustainable packaging.
This is a great article! We actually just did a story on how consumers think about sustainable packaging. Check it out here for more info. http://epeusa.com/blog/sustainable-packaging-do-consumers-really-care/