Delivering sustainable packaging is an important and necessary consideration for the majority of brand owners, retailers and packaging suppliers. ThePackHub can help along this journey ensuring that the right packaging is selected to meet both the environmental needs and corporate objectives of the business.
Packaging’s influence on the environment has never been more important or more high profile. We all have a responsibility to improve packaging’s environmental impact. The ability to understand what is coming through the sustainable packaging innovation funnel has never been more important. There have been numerous technical developments across a range of product categories and the rate of change has never been more dramatic.
ThePackHub has complied a comprehensive report summarising all the latest sustainable packaging initiatives. This essential report brings unique insights covering industry and consumer research as well as an in depth review featuring 300 of the latest sustainable packaging innovations.
This unique report will be available on Wednesday 28th February 2018.
More Plastic Than Fish – Sustainable Packaging Workshops
ThePackHub has teamed up with Innovation Ink to offer a series of workshops to seek solutions to your big packaging challenges. The first in this series explores options to reduce the use of plastic.
Our one day in-house workshop session, moderated by Innovation Ink, will bring together selected industry experts, ThePackHub team and your key internal stakeholders to develop a range of potential solutions to meet the challenge of plastic packaging.
If you would like to find out more, book a workshop session, or talk about how the workshops can be applied to another of your packaging challenges email us now or call Paul Jenkins on +44(0)7906 624494.
PIQET is a streamlined Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) tool designed to assess the environmental impacts and resource consumption profiles of different packaging options. Designed to be intuitive and easy to use, using PIQET, a complete assessment can be undertaken in less than 30 minutes.
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The New Plastics Economy report published in 2016, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the World Economic Forum warned that there will be more waste plastic in the sea than fish by 2050, unless the industry cleans up its act. Packaging plays a major role.
This discussion group has been created to debate all things related to packaging sustainability across all materials.
Please share your pictures of good and bad practice. Let’s hear your thoughts on the circular economy, recycling. compostable packaging. bio-material development, government and local authority policy making and discussions on what needs to change to make a difference. Join the conversation now.
ThePackHub has collated over 360 sustainable packaging innovation examples in our Innovation Zone database adding more every week. Find out more about this easy to use, searchable database here.