Contributor Jackie White provides an interesting take on how businesses and individuals can recycle paperboard and corrugated products and make some money on the side.
Giant sculpture of a breaching blue whale built out of plastic waste for Belgian art show.
Research program announces partnership with MRFF to pilot curbside recycling of flexible plastic packaging.
Writer Nick Douglas offers a candid take on just what consumers should do with recyclable products when they have finished using them.
A combination of waste carrots and sugar beets makes concrete just as strong as a traditional mixture but cost-savings are found as less concrete needs to be used.
Report from GlobalData says that despite sustainable materials being made available to package producers, few take advantage of it feeling the cost outweighs the positive.
ReVital Polymers able to take municipality black plastic and recover it for resale.
Trial version of a renewable fiber-based ready meal packaging to be tested with consumers in the U.K., as part of the EU’s intention to eliminate single-use plastic products.
The European Commission wants to ban what it considers to be the 10 most harmful single-use plastic products.
East Coast salmon processor poised to make big waves in the frozen seafood market through leading-edge product innovation and tasteful packaging execution —May 2018, Canadian Packaging
On June 12, PAC Packaging Consortium is hosting a webinar where you can learn about the latest strategies in food waste prevention.
Award recognizes recycling efforts across the stream for its very high recycling rates.
The investment will increase daily capacity while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Contributor Jackie White takes a look at how the proposed Zero Plastic Charter could affect electrical product packaging and how it is made and disposed.
PAC, Packaging Consortium is offering a chance to find out more about whether your packaging is being recycled or composted at the Region of Peel MRF on May 10, 2018.
Along with transparency and traceability, blockchain also brings economic benefits and could change the dynamics of the food industry.
Sunday, April 22, 2018 is Earth Day, and Steve Russell of the American Chemistry Council takes a look at why plastics refuse is finding its way into our oceans.
Contributor Jackie White provides the straight poop on what happens to the packaging “after” you stoop to scoop.
Created by Nature, a pair of the plant’s top crop pests have hybridized into a possible single global threat.
Ardent Mills team members contribute efforts to the annual salmon spawning.
New powdered cricket is an easy way to add protein to your breakfast smoothie.
B.C. blueberry grower and packer uses WeighPack Systems equipment to automate lines to berry good efficiency
Company gains accolades for its sustainability operations.
Contributor Jackie Edwards takes a look at Canada’s garbage disposal systems that vary from community to community.
Entries are open now for the awards ceremony taking place June 7, 2018 in Amsterdam.
Fruit & Veggies – More Matters program recognizes OSF for 4th year in a row.
New version of ISO 14020 updates previous version to keep up with continuing trends and consumer demands.
The Paper and Paperboard Packaging Environmental Council present a seminar looking at how e-commerce will continue to affect the retail industry.
NanoPack to present novel food packaging for extended food shelf life at the Anuga FoodTec trade show.
Danish toy building block firm LEGO says about one to two percent of its botanical-themed elements will be made from plant-based plastic sourced from sugarcane.
Schneider Electric NA shares nomination for Global Water Awards
Small-town Quebec business thriving in the world of handmade maple syrup candy production with new high-tech packing system