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With the topic of climate change on the rise, and statistics revealing that only 30% of Europe's plastic is recycled, the demand among consumers for products and packaging made with sustainable packaging continues to grow.

05. August 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more

With the topic of climate change on the rise, and statistics revealing that only 30% of Europe's plastic is recycled, the demand among consumers for products and packaging made with sustainable packaging continues to grow.

05. August 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more
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A growing number of startups are focused on providing containers and food-service items that can stay in circulation for weeks, months or years - and are recyclable at the end of life.

03. August 2019 | via Resource-recycling.com | Read more

A growing number of startups are focused on providing containers and food-service items that can stay in circulation for weeks, months or years - and are recyclable at the end of life.

03. August 2019 | via Resource-recycling.com | Read more
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Asian supermarkets use banana leaves instead of plastic packaging for fruits & veggies.

02. August 2019 | via Trulydeeply.com.au | Read more

Asian supermarkets use banana leaves instead of plastic packaging for fruits & veggies.

02. August 2019 | via Trulydeeply.com.au | Read more
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Entries to the international sustainable packaging competition have smashed last year's record by 60%. Packagingeurope.com is sharing the submissions to the 2019 edition of sustainable packaging innovation.

01. August 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more

Entries to the international sustainable packaging competition have smashed last year's record by 60%. Packagingeurope.com is sharing the submissions to the 2019 edition of sustainable packaging innovation.

01. August 2019 | via Packagingeurope.com | Read more
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Designer Paula Nerlich developed a type of bioplastic based on aquafaba from chickpeas.

30. Juli 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

Designer Paula Nerlich developed a type of bioplastic based on aquafaba from chickpeas.

30. Juli 2019 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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BPA, PET, HDPE. You’re trying to do the right thing by recycling, following health alerts and shopping wisely, but you’re not fluent in molecular chemistry? Here you go.

29. Juli 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more

BPA, PET, HDPE. You’re trying to do the right thing by recycling, following health alerts and shopping wisely, but you’re not fluent in molecular chemistry? Here you go.

29. Juli 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more
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Cosmetic company Lush says it is the first company to have developed “carbon-positive” packaging.

27. Juli 2019 | via Environmentalleader.com | Read more

Cosmetic company Lush says it is the first company to have developed “carbon-positive” packaging.

27. Juli 2019 | via Environmentalleader.com | Read more
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Scientist Mubarak Ahmad Khan has invented bags made from jute fibre - a longtime crop in Bangladesh - look and feel like plastic.

26. Juli 2019 | via News.trust.org | Read more

Scientist Mubarak Ahmad Khan has invented bags made from jute fibre - a longtime crop in Bangladesh - look and feel like plastic.

26. Juli 2019 | via News.trust.org | Read more
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Saldaña uses waste byproduct to create cellulose fibre that makes the biodegradable, plant-based cling wrap she's developing 12 times stronger.

25. Juli 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more

Saldaña uses waste byproduct to create cellulose fibre that makes the biodegradable, plant-based cling wrap she's developing 12 times stronger.

25. Juli 2019 | via Phys.org | Read more
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Bacteria and fungi might conjure up images of diseases and spoiled food, but they also do a lot of good. The billions of microbes in a handful of dead leaves, for example, act as nature's recyclers and regenerate nutrients needed for the next generation of plants to grow.

23. Juli 2019 | via Sciencedaily.com | Read more

Bacteria and fungi might conjure up images of diseases and spoiled food, but they also do a lot of good. The billions of microbes in a handful of dead leaves, for example, act as nature's recyclers and regenerate nutrients needed for the next generation of plants to grow.

23. Juli 2019 | via Sciencedaily.com | Read more