PulPac, the inventor of dry moulded fibre, which can be used as an alternative to plastic in packaging, has joined the print and paper advocacy group Two Sides as a new member.

Bonduelle, a provider of plant-based food products, partnered with ExxonMobil and Constantia Drukpol to develop a recyclable, non-laminated PE film to meet the rigorous demands of freezer packaging.

Avery Dennison recently conducted a semi-industrial trial to assess label releasability during the recycling process for HDPE. Results show that its standard adhesion filmic label solutions are fully released.

All papers sourced by UPM Raflatac are now certified under a credible third-party forest certification scheme, six years ahead of its original 2030 target.

MyEcoBag has been supplying compostable bin liners and pet waste bags to Australians for over a decade. Over the past six years, it has sold 500 million compostable bags globally.

PulPac has unveiled the latest addition to its ‘Highway Products’ portfolio, the new dry moulded fibre phone tray insert, which joins the company's growing range of food-grade eco-friendly products.

Pre-cut lidding manufacturer Chadwicks, in collaboration with plastic engineering specialist Tekplas, has developed a spoon-in-lid solution for the infant formula market in Australia, New Zealand and East Asia.

Ball & Doggett has added a new range to its portfolio, called Essential Packaging, to supply a wide range of secondary and tertiary packaging materials used in warehousing and logistics applications.

Mondi has collaborated with Skanemejerier to create a mono-material PP-based packaging with high barrier functionality for Swedish supermarket ICA’s Hushallsost cheese.

Cortec Corporation has been awarded a US patent for its commercially compostable industrial strength stretch film technology, known as Eco Wrap film. .

Sidel’s latest stretch film technology, EvoFilm Stretch, is designed to offer the beverage, food, home and personal care markets a new sustainable solution for secondary packaging.

Paper-based packaging solutions were prolific at Pack Expo Las Vegas. ProAmpac launched its patent-pending ProActive Recyclable RP-1000 High Barrier paper-based technology for flexible packaging.

Henkel and global specialty packaging company CCL have won the AWA Sleeve Label Award in the category ‘Environmental Contribution’ for their sustainable design of Henkel’s Vernel fabric softener bottle.

Global biopolymer producer Braskem, and SCGC, a petrochemical company in Thailand, have signed a JV agreement to produce bio-ethylene and to commercialise Braskem’s ‘I’m Green’ bio-based PE.

Avery Dennison is launching its first generation of decorative linerless solutions, which it says will reduce carbon footprint, waste and water used in packaging production.

Milklab used its stand at the MICE to successfully showcase a sustainable building material made from recycled waste, including long-life milk cartons and coffee cups.