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This month, our newsletter will whet your appetite for new developments that are designed to protect the environment. In all sectors of industry, companies are looking for more sustainable alternatives to traditional processes and are tapping into new sources of raw materials without having to sacrifice the quality of their products to do so. For example, manufacturing paper from a new raw material, the yellow cup plant which heralds from North America, is one example of an intriguing approach to research here. We also look at the current run of plastic recyclates and the trend of using paper for packaging that we are seeing more and more in consumer circles. A new process to obtain recyclates from materials that are usually considered very tough to recycle is being implemented in polystyrene boxes for fish in Norway. The properties of Airpop, a chemically recycled material, are comparable to the material that is normally used here.

Stay healthy and discover interesting news!
Your interpack team

Non Food

Packaging made out of cup plant fibres – an eco-friendly alternative?

Silphie plant
Every child knows that paper is made out of wood. A truth that could soon crumble: German company OutNature uses the cup plant to make some of their paper products – including packaging. A Fraunhofer study has scrutinised the ecological balance of this new commodity.
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Food Industry

The trend for paper packaging

Dog in box
Paper packaging has always been part of the scenery in every supermarket. Lately, however, it’s also been creeping into areas where it’s slightly more unusual. There’s more behind this trend than pure marketing strategy.
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Cosmetics

Goods in short supply but in high demand

Recyclates
Although the use of recycled plastics is an important pillar of the circular economy, the recyclate market is nearly empty as of the beginning of 2022. In future, standards are supposed to ensure the availability of a sufficient amount of recyclates with consistent quality in order to supplement new material.
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Further news Packaging & Cosmetics

Food Industry

Fish in packaging made from chemically recycled plastic

EPS fish box
Styropor boxes are a popular choice for transportation, particularly when food or medication need to be kept cool on the road. In Norway, this task is now fulfilled by the world’s first styropor boxes made from chemically recycled plastic.
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