A revolutionary biobased monomer can be used to make a polyester suitable for packaging with better gas-barrier properties offering the potential for longer shelf life.
Concerns about the growing volume of waste attributable to the tiny coffee pods have prompted brand owners and other stakeholders to look for options beyond landfilling.
A growing number of brand owners are adding recycling messages on packaging to boost the chances the material will be recycled.
It can be difficult to recycle foam food containers such as meat trays and foodservice to-go containers. As a result, there’s strong interest in “greener” alternatives.
Biobased plastic packaging is capturing market share from traditional petroleum-based plastic packaging.
A 30-second video, Save Water, encourages viewers to turn off the faucet while brushing their teeth and save an average of four gallons of water with each brushing.