Sustainability

Ferrero Australia is set to trial 100 per cent recyclable Kinder Bueno point-of-sale displays, saving more than 10,000 square metres of plastic.

The winners of the inaugural Circle Awards has been announced and Planet Protector Packaging’s Woolpack innovation was recognised on the night, taking out the Materials & Process category.

In its infant year, CHEP's new 1/6 Pallet has already won multiple industry awards for its innovative design and its sustainability credentials.

A new report has revealed that 76 per cent of Australians think that recycling is the most positive thing they can do for the environment and that they look first to product labelling for accurate information about how to recycle right.

The Krones Group believes a recycling technology’s sustainability must not be assessed by the quality of its end-product alone, as the processes used play an equally important role.

Aerobal claims that over the last decade the global aluminium aerosol can industry has achieved an average growth rate of about 3.5% to their “convincing functional, consumer-oriented and environmental performance”.

Goodman Fielder has launched Better Together, its ambitious new sustainability strategy to embed sustainability across the company’s business, culture, brands and products.

Do you want to take your Sustainable Business Practices to the next level? If you answered yes, then the Australian Institute of Packaging has you covered with its webinar to be held on 2 June.

The PIDA Outside of the Box Design of the Year category has been established for miscellaneous packs and materials that are not included in any other category.

A discussion on the importance of the ANZPAC Plastics Pact in creating a circular economy for plastics was held by a panel of experts who explored the necessary steps to achieve the Pact’s ambitious goals.

Quadpack’s sustainability performance has rated highly in APCO's 2021 Annual Report, which assesses members’ sustainability through indicators such as leadership, packaging outcomes and operations.

The Martogg Group, along with Sustainable Sally, hosted AIP members on a virtual tour of its LCM division in Melbourne, to showcase its capabilities and learn of its push for a circular economy for plastics.

Coles has kicked off its second annual Sustainability Week to embed its new Sustainability Strategy built around the pillars of ‘Together to Zero’ and ‘Better Together’.

Australia Post customers can now recycle their soft plastics at one of 12 post offices in NSW, with the organisation trialling an in-store recycling service with REDcycle.

The first event in the 4R Research Hub’s conference series has come and gone, focusing on sustainable packaging, and highlighting how Australia has been moving forward in this space.

Australian start-up, Great Wrap, has developed a certified home compostable plastic wrap alternative using food waste instead of oil-based derivatives, and has now set up shop in its new solar-powered facility in Melbourne.