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Design students develop sustainable packaging

Sustainable Packaging
Fresh ideas on how to design packaging often come from institutes of higher education. In different study courses, young up-and-coming designers are perfecting their future-ready, and often prize-winning, solutions.

Food

A fresh design for food packaging

Edible packaging
Students at German universities and other institutes of higher education are taking new approaches, including to packaging food. Sustainability often drives their new ideas.

Beverages

PCR coffee capsules stay in the recycling loop

Coffee capsules
For their morning coffee, many consumers choose coffee capsules that then end up in the bin. This is not particularly sustainable, since the capsules consist of new plastics. Greiner Packaging and LyondellBasell have developed a circular solution made of post-consumer recyclates for Nescafé.

Industrial Goods

Stretch film for EX zones

Stretch films
Dangerous goods on business premises present special challenges for the packaging material used. BASF and Duo Plast have now developed an antistatic stretch film for palletisation in potentially explosive atmospheres that prevents flying sparks.
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