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Articles Tagged with ''sustainable packaging''
A new lifecycle assessment shows that using reconditioned industrial packaging saves hundreds of millions of pounds of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions annually in the U.S. and Canada.
Last week, readers were most interested in H.B. Fuller’s latest expansion.
There are many ways to think “green” in a business environment. You can buy local, use water-based or more environmentally friendly chemicals, lower or turn off the air conditioning and lights, or use recycled products. But many green solutions have a trade-off.
Green, bio-based, renewable, eco-friendly—no matter which label we attach, the current marketing buzz is about environmentally conscious products.
Wouldn’t it be great if doing the right thing automatically brought big rewards?
Although the U.S. considers the 300 and 600 ml sausage packages to be industry standards, many other options are now being used worldwide.
For many years, we have been hearing about green adhesives, paints, household cleaners and buildings—basically, green everything.
BASF partnered with The Seattle Mariners to debut compostable snack bags.
The global consumption of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) packaging will grow to almost 19.1 million tons by 2017, according to a new market study from Pira International.