Frugal Cup is a recyclable cup made from recycled paper, developed by UK-based...
- Frugal Cup wants to eliminate coffee cup waste: Frugalpac interview
- Is paper the material for a sustainable future?
- Accursia Capital acquires Klann Packaging to develop packaging platform
- Covid-19: Has the packaging industry forgotten about sustainability?
- The final straw: Rising plastic alternatives
Frugal Cup wants to eliminate coffee cup waste: Frugalpac interview
Frugal Cup is a recyclable cup made from recycled paper, developed by UK-based company Frugal Pac. Active in the UK and US with global interest, the company describes it as the only recyclable cup made from recycled paper to exist in the world.
Is paper the material for a sustainable future?
With increasing consumer awareness of the environmental impact of plastic packaging, the demand for sustainable packaging materials has also grown. Jessie Paige investigates whether paper has the potential to contribute to a sustainable future.
Koehler NexPure®: Uncoated flexible packaging paper that fulfills consumer expectations
Speciality paper, fine paper, high-tech paper, flexible packaging paper: in summary, this is the portfolio of Koehler Paper Group.
Covid-19: Has the packaging industry forgotten about sustainability?
During this pandemic, has sustainability taken a backseat to stop the virus spreading and save lives? Packaging Gateway looks into some debates surrounding sustainability that have arisen.
The final straw: Rising plastic alternatives
The plastic straw ban in the UK, now delayed due to Covid-19, has been the cause of a rise in plastic alternatives. Jessie Paige gives an overview of the current situation, and how companies both small and large are gearing up for the inevitable implementation of the policy.
Rising plastic alternatives: the new issue of Inside Packaging is out now
In this issue, we take a look at the rise of alternative materials in response to the UK's plastic straw ban. We also delve into how European recycling markets are being impacted by Covid-19, as well as what to keep in mind when communicating sustainability to consumers, and much more.
UK plastic ban delayed to October: Sustainability experts respond
The UK plastic ban has been delayed to October due to the coronavirus. Packaging Gateway looks into how packaging businesses and experts are responding.
Has the coronavirus pandemic put the “war on plastic” on hold?
The environmental impact of plastic packaging has led to a sharp decrease in its use. Plastic alternatives have become a popular option, with many companies switching to sustainable solutions.
Cullen Corrugated Packaging Factory Expansion, Glasgow
Packaging manufacturer Cullen is installing new equipment in its corrugated packaging plant in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. The new investment will complement the expansion of the manufacturing facility.
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