Machinery & Materials
Logistics & Cold Chain
Four Reasons Reusable Packaging Is the Best Prescription for Pharma
The Inner Loop–blog of the Reusable Packaging Association–releases its latest article on reusable packaging in the pharmaceutical industry and how COVID-19 has affected it.
Reusable Packaging Association
Nov 17th, 2020
Decade Products: New Hygienic Bin at PACK EXPO Connects
Nov 16th, 2020
Amcor Joins U.S. Plastics Pact to Advance Circular Economy Goals in the United States
Sep 2nd, 2020
Advances in Chemical Recycling Cut Plastic Waste
Aug 25th, 2020
New UK Initiative to Develop the Next Generation Of Sustainable Composite Materials
Jul 13th, 2020
Clariant ColorWorks™ Applies IR-Detectable Black Technology to Make Other Dark Colors More Recyclable
New colorants eliminate the need for carbon black entirely, and opens opportunities for colors like extremely dark blues and greens.
Jun 23rd, 2020
New Recycling Process Uses Enzymes to Break Down Plastics by 70%
The Enzplast2 project from Spain’s AIMPLAS focuses on the use of enzymes in the plastics sector to develop more sustainable processes, including separating multilayer packaging and improving biodegradation.
Jun 5th, 2020
Reusable Packaging and Hygiene
The latest article from The Inner Loop, the Reusable Packaging Association's blog which explores the impact of reusable packaging on our planet - and our lives.
The Reusable Packaging Association (RPA)
May 29th, 2020
Toppan Develops Paper-Based Tube-Pouch to Reduce Plastic Use
Paper-based material for body of easy to squeeze tube-shaped pouch further reduces plastic volume.
May 26th, 2020
Looking Ahead to New Packaging Material Innovation
Packaging engineers and product developers must work together to create new sustainable initiatives in packaging material innovation.
May 22nd, 2020
Planning for Recovery Systems Change
There’s strong interest in implementing public policies for financing packaging end-of-life management, but are those proposals adequately addressing the real challenges?
Apr 27th, 2020
U.S. Needs to Up its Recycling Game
Germany leads the world with a recycling rate of 68%, but the U.S. doesn’t even make the top ten according to “2019 Trends and Advances in Food Packaging and Processing,” a new report by PMMI Business Intelligence.
Feb 4th, 2020