Best-read, coolest “arcticles” of January detail wireless power, food-packaging essentials, bioplastics from seaweed, small barrier bottles, and reborn designs.
PCR-LLDPE for food contact, recyclable gin pouches, compostable pallet wrap, easily removable sleeve labels, and more.
Beverage behemoth’s support will drive Closed Loop Partners’ development of small, local recycling facilities and boost recycled PET (rPET) supply.
Insight into how the American Institute for Packaging and the Environment looks at sustainability ensures that all involved parties are aligned to speed advancements in sustainable packaging.
Milestone notes that partnership with SC Johnson accounts for half the total.
US theater boxes of M&M’S are no longer wrapped in plastic. The result for brand owner Mars Wrigley is an out-of-this-world reduction in food packaging waste.
More than 30 startups are working on grown-from-the-sea bioplastics solutions, reports seaweed economy tracker Phyconomy.
The agency has no objection to food packaging made from the company’s post-consumer recycled LLDPE film with up to 100% PCR content.