Industry well on the way to solving the waxed box issue
PPEC executive director John Mullinder - provides facts, figures and thoughts on environmental and sustainability issues impacting the Canadian paper packaging industry.
October 16, 2015
by Canadian Packaging staff
Although relatively few corrugated boxes have wax applied to them (about three percent of all corrugated produced), they have long been a “problem” material when it comes to recycling. Those days may be numbered.
Wax coatings have traditionally been applied as a moisture barrier to preserve the strength of a box holding wet or iced products such as fresh fruit ….. Go HERE to read the rest of John’s blog.