European Bioplastics (EUBP) calls for separate recycling streams for biodegradable plastics to improve waste management efficiency throughout Europe.
Canadian Packaging magazine’s annual one-day trade show continues to excel at connecting packaging innovators with buyers. PMMI, the association for packaging and processing technologies VP Tom Egan joins the growing list of speakers at the event.
Sealed Air will showcase Cryovac packaging innovations that help address challenges with preparation, shelf-life, food safety, and cost.
UPM is working toward a more sustainable future in packaging design.
PAC Packaging Consortium presents a webinar discussing food waste prevention on September 13, 2017.
Efforts to better protect the environment and the health of its people at the crux of China’s newfound ideal. Read the opinion piece by John Mullinder, PPEC.
American artist creates his own form of cubism with neat packaging of NYC garbage.
Wild-caught seafood processor goes the extra nautical mile to deliver uncompromised food safety and quality control with high-speed X-Ray inspection
As part of its strategy, Coca-Cola European Partners aims to double the amount of recycled plastic in all of its bottles by 50 percent by 2020.
PPEC’s John Mullinder provides insight on Canada’s growing paper recycling and waste diversion success.
Winners demonstrate major advancements in packaging technology.
New developments in marker technologies for sorting plastic packaging should not be viewed as ‘the answer’ to increasing recycling rates, however they could be valuable in other ways leading to higher quality and value in recycling, suggests Axion Consulting.
The New Plastics Economy brings together interested parties in creating a more sustainable global plastics value chain.
See who took home the awards at the 92nd Annual Canadian Produce Marketing Association Convention and Trade Show.
Debut brochure from Appleton Coated offers insight with its Choosing Environmentally Friendly Papers educational guide.
Commentary from PPEC says recycled paper packaging content continues to rise.
New GrowPack line of packaging said to reduce costs while improving green initiatives.
See the circular economy in action at Canada Fibers’s resource recovery and recycling campus – a PAC, Packaging Consortium-sponsored event.
Domino helps kids with global sustainable drinking water initiative.
Researchers look to develop ways to turn paper waste into usable plastic.
New Penguin dispenser provides improved emptying.
Discovery could have major impact on the multi-billion dollar tire industry.
PAC, Packaging Consortium and the CPEIA launch intelliPACK, the SMART Packaging initiative.
Hair care industry first creates sustainable business model advancing circular economy. In Addition, 500 million bottles of P&G hair care products to be made with recycled plastic every year by 2018.
Scientists develop a renewable plastic from a chemical found in pine needles.
Unilever invites collective action from fast-moving consumer goods industry to be fully circular on plastic packaging.
Bioengineers using shrimp shells to create and test feasibility of a new type of biodegradable bag.
Packaging for tomatoes is made from tomato plant fibers.
The Economist magazine takes a look at how vacuum packing can extend the life of food products on the shelf.
As 2016 draws to a close, see some good news about the paperboard packaging industry regarding community building, education, and industry promotion.
USDA and EPA announce list of 15 American businesses pledging to reduce their food waste and food loss by 50 percent by 2030.
New LEDs made from a light, flexible metal foil developed for portable drinking water purification.