Packaging and plastics packaging in particular, the largest single end use market in global plastics consumption, is undergoing a top to bottom governmental and environmental review at the behest of consumers across the world. Today, the pressure is on all in the packaging supply chain, from retailers, to packaging manufacturers, right through to raw material suppliers to develop everyday ‘green’ products. Knowing what the next ‘green’ sustainable trends are in the packaging world from an emerging plastics material, processing, and application standpoint is a must across the packaging supply chain in order for companies to enhance their environmental credentials.
Plastic Green website takes a look at some key sustainable plastics barrier packaging trends.
- Demostration session of Wheylayer2
- Wheylayer at the PLMA trade fair
- Plastics Today highlights Wheylayer in an article about Bioplastic solutions
- Great success for wheylayer with over 200 visitors interested on the unique new O2 barrier biopolymer
- TUBA receives the Best Eco Product 2013 in recognition of Wheylayer