Sustainable packaging and paper manufacturer Mondi announced that its new corrugated solutions offer a sustainable alternative to expanded polystyrene (EPS) packaging for white goods and electronic equipment.

Boasting a 100% recyclability and compostability rate, Mondi said its corrugated solutions offer a vast portfolio of boxes crafted from at least 60% recycled fibres.

Collaboration with customers drives innovation

Mondi said that through collaboration manufacturers have the opportunity to optimise and automate their packaging processes.

The packaging manufacturer said “when designing Snug&Strong corrugated solutions, Mondi gather an entire team of experts to collaborate with customers to understand their production line and packaging requirements.”

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Recyclable, efficient, and sustainable

Designed to replace EPS components, these solutions offer recyclability, efficiency, and sustainability.

Mondi’s Snug&Strong corrugated solutions tackle the complexities of white goods and electronic packaging. White goods consist of large electrical goods used domestically such as refrigerators and washing machines.

The custom-fit, 100% paper-based industrial packaging not only provides protection for goods but can “ease supply chain complexity.” 

Snug&Strong’s flat delivery reduces storage and transportation costs, making it a cost-efficient and viable alternative to EPS, balancing protection, cost, and sustainability.

Environmental challenges propel shift away from EPS

EPS microplastics, notorious for contributing more than 40% of plastic debris on Asian beaches, face increasing bans globally. Legislative actions in the EU, the wider Caribbean region, Fiji, the Philippines, and various US regions reflect a collective effort to combat marine plastic pollution. 

The ongoing United Nations Treaty on Plastic Pollution involves over 170 nations, steering towards policies targeting the environmental impact of hard-to-recycle plastics.