EcoCortec® is anticorrosion films and bioplastics manufacturer, located in Croatia. As a daughter company of Cortec® Corporation, global corrosion inhibitor manufacturer, EcoCortec® is committed to achieving full circular economy model.
In a move towards sustainable packaging, Coca-Cola, one of the world’s leading beverage companies, has unveiled an ambitious initiative to transform plastic production.
Aquapak Polymers Ltd has today announced its Newcastle University Chemistry Undergraduate award-winning Stage 3 Industry Challenge.
TIPA, a global leader in compostable packaging solutions for food and fashion, released today the results of its recently conducted survey on consumer perceptions toward alternative packaging, finding that 84% of Americans are concerned by plastic waste generated from packaging.
TIPA, a global leader in compostable packaging solutions for food and fashion announced today its partnership with two of the largest packaging manufacturers in the US, PPC Flexible Packaging and Clearview Packaging, to start using TIPA’s technology to produce compostable packaging for their respective customers.
Flinders University materials researchers and pioneering German biomaterials developer one • five are using seaweed extracts to develop next-generation biopolymer coating materials that could solve packaging waste dilemmas for the fast-food industry.
Chemicals employed to “greaseproof” a multitude of items from food packaging to carpets have accumulated in the environment for numerous years and pollute ecosystems worldwide, and a new study is seeking a better understanding and awareness of the dangers posed by these chemicals.
Holmen Iggesund launches paperboard coated with Bio E, a barrier coating solution made from 75 percent renewable raw materials and approved for industrial composting.
COVID-19 has changed so much in our lives, including how we litter. The proportion of single-use food packaging litter found on Canadian shorelines nearly doubled last year, according to Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup’s annual “Dirty Dozen” report.
More than 220 researchers across Europe have established a forum to debate and develop eco-friendly food packaging for the future.