Sustainability

Nestle has partnered with Victorinox to produce a pocket knife made from recycled materials.

The system which produces packs of PET bottles or cans joined together only by dots of adhesive have been named 'fully recyclable'.

Unilever has borrowed from an innovation used to recycle TV sets to tackle sachet waste.

CHEP Australia is providing containers for a oyster, mussel and scallop shell recycling project in Geelong, Victoria.

The APCO is addressing the challenge of recycling disposable coffee cups by creating a collaborative working group.

Avery Dennison has launched a video series on sustainable paper sourcing to help label converters and brands reach their goals.

New box technology designed for dispensing auto lubricant has been recognised with an 'innovative new packaging' award.

The Australian Packaging Covenant (APC) is moving to address issues surrounding soft plastics head on.

Plastics packaging recycling rates have increased, according to a survey commissioned by the Australian Packaging Covenant (APC).

There's a new entrant in the meal kit and meal prep market, and its focus is firmly on health and sustainability.

The APCO and PAC.NZ will work together to drive packaging sustainability following an agreement made during Auspack.

The NSW government has delayed the start of its container deposit scheme by five months due to pressure from lobby groups.

Packing solutions company RPC Bebo has developed a coffee capsule material that can be industrially composted.

Tetra Pak has become the first food packaging company to receive SBT approval to pledge a significant reduction in greenhouse emissions.

The APC is inviting members with an interest in sustainable design to participate in an exclusive workshop with Dr. Leyla Acaroglu.