All articles by Ilaria Grasso Macola

Ilaria Grasso Macola

Biotherm partners with NGO for plastic pollution awareness

Skincare company Biotherm has partnered up with non-profit environmental organisation Surfrider Foundation Europe to spread awareness of ocean pollution, after pledging to implement a fossil-free approach to plastic packaging within the next five years.

WRAP sets out compostable plastic packaging guidelines

UK-based sustainability charity WRAP has released new guidelines on compostable plastic packaging to help businesses make informed decisions when considering introducing it.

Clariant launches shelf life-extending pharmaceutical packaging

Specialty chemical company Clariant has developed a new formula of its MEVOPUR line of medical-grade packaging materials and services to extend the shelf life of pharmaceutical products.

Syntegon Technology to showcase latest innovations at interpack 2020

Packaging technology provider Syntegon Technology will exhibit two of its latest innovations at interpack 2020, an international packaging fair held in Dusseldorf in May 2020.

Hellmann’s Canada commits to using 100% recyclable packaging

Hellmann’s Canada announced today its plan to have all mayonnaise jars and bottles made of 100% recycled plastic by March 2020, saving up to one million kg of virgin plastic.

UK supplement brand Rejuvenated launches compostable packaging

UK-based supplement brand Rejuvenated has launched its first line of compostable packaging which it will initially use for the brand’s Collagen Shots product.

Grooming brand men-ü develops smaller and more sustainable packaging

UK-based men’s cosmetic brand men-ü uses smaller and more sustainable packaging for its 3R Grooming line; 3R stands for reduce, reuse, recycle.

New Mountain Capital acquires packaging solutions provider ILC Dover

New York-based investment firm New Mountain Capital has acquired bulk packaging solutions provider ILC Dover for an undisclosed sum.

Packaging company Pitreavie invests £3.8m in Cumbernauld facility

Scottish packaging solutions company Pitreavie Group is investing £3.8m ($5m) in a new corrugated box manufacturing facility.