Business Management - Sustainability
In today's episode of POW!, we're showcasing how thinking critically and creatively about material choice can make a major difference in how a package is perceived. In addition to its stand-out graphics and sleek finish, Miracle-Gro's use of bio-based plastic packaging is sure to attract today's eco-conscious consumer.
Sustainability Lunch and Learn: An SGP Community Event will take place on Jan. 15, 2020 at REI's Flagship Store in Seattle, Wash. The event will explore the reasons why sustainable print matters.
J. P. Mascaro & Sons announced that as part of its contract for the curbside collection of recyclables in Pennsylvania, local residents can now include flexible plastic packaging as a recyclable, instead of landfilling the material. The update is in connection with an industry-sponsored recycling “Pilot Program.”
With their demonstrated dedication to the environment and sustainability, Outlook Group and Diversified Labeling Solutions were honored with Calvin Frost Environmental Leadership Awards at the TLMI Annual Meeting, which was held Oct. 27-30 in Carlsbad, Calif.
Innovia Films and the German snack manufacturer, Wildcorn have developed a fully recyclable and sustainable pack for the Wildcorn organic popcorn range. The new packaging is developed with Innovia’s Propafilm Strata high barrier film, an effective barrier ensuring increased shelf life.
Rose City Label, a Portland, Ore.-based label printer, has achieved SGP Certification from the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership. Among Rose City Label's environmental initiatives are utilizing water-washed printing plates and wind power.
In this episode of POW!, Sara reveals how Allbirds combines its sustainable ethos with its engaging brand personality, making for an excellent unboxing experience worthy of posting to social media.
Gain a clearer view of how companies in the printing industry implement sustainability strategies, and the difference it’s made for their organization. This luncheon will feature a lively panel discussion that works to define sustainability, and determines whether anybody (your customers, the public in general) really cares. Join in, listen, learn (and eat).
In this episode of POW!, Sara demonstrates how Loop is shaking up the packaging world with its groundbreaking approach to waste reduction. Through its system of reusable packaging, Loop allows consumers, brands, and retailers to reduce single-use packaging waste and extend the lifecycle of a variety of packaging formats.
With an increasing call for more environmentally-friendly packaging options from customers and consumers, AWT Labels & Packaging has launched a new line of sustainable label and packaging materials. The 'Terrene' portfolio provides a variety of recyclable, compostable, and biodegradable options.