Business Management - Sustainability
TLMI has joined the list of associations that are signatories of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Green Tier Charter Program. The associations have established goals and commitments for the Charter collaboratively with the Department of Natural Resources.
PUREfloat from Mactac was designed specifically for applications where labels applied to PET containers can be washed off cleanly to allow the container to be recycled.
Georgia-Pacific is expanding its offerings to include paper padded mailers — a sustainable solution to meet growing demands. The company opened a new facility in May to produce the mailers and has announced that Amazon will be a key customer.
UPM Raflatac announced it has joined the U.S. Plastics Pact. As a founding Activator of the U.S. Plastics Pact, UPM Raflatac outlined four specific circular economy goals, which it aims to deliver by 2025.
Earlier this year, Procter & Gamble announced that two of its largest deodorant brands would be releasing a limited-edition tube made entirely from paperboard. In today's episode of POW! we take a look at the Old Spice version of the paper tube, and how it is helping the brand achieve lofty sustainability goals.
S-One Labels & Packaging and Charter NEX Films have partnered to produce ReTreve GreenArrow High Clarity PE Print Film. The film can be reverse printed and laminated to Charter NEX / Retreve PE sealant films to produce Store Drop-off recyclable packaging.
Glenroy, a flexible packaging printer and converter based in Menomonee Falls, Wis., has revealed its company sustainability initiative via a dedicated website. The site describes the company's focus on air emissions control, energy conservation, and recycling initiatives.
McLean Packaging, a provider of rigid set boxes, folding cartons, corrugated displays, and thermoformed packaging solutions, has contracted with national energy advisory firm 5 and ENGIE Resources on a five-year energy agreement that supports the development of renewables.
In today's episode of POW!, we take a look at how three water brands are embracing alternatives to the traditional plastic bottle for their packaging. With aluminum, paperboard, and flexible formats available, consumers have more options than ever for their water preferences.
Multi-Plastics has furthered its commitment to the environment with the release of its EnviroCycle 4200 Series shrink films. These 100% recyclable films offer the ability for the shrink sleeves to be recycled along with the bottle.