These are all the posts that have been tagged with recycling.
When it comes to the ‘big issues’ – the likes of food waste, recycling and fat, salt and sugar reduction – the need for consumer education is often highlighted as part of a wider approach to tackling the problems, so it was encouraging to see Coca-Cola Great Britain’s new advert premiere on UK television at the weekend.
Coca-Cola European Partners has unveiled its new GB sustainable packaging strategy – setting out an ambition for its GB business unit to work with local and national partners to recover all of its packaging so that more is recycled and none ends up as litter.
An anaerobic digestion (AD) facility has opened in Dagenham, London, UK.
PlasticsEurope has launched an initiative to promote recycling solutions for polystyrene, in a push to support the European Union’s circular economy plan.
Highlights of MeetingPack2017 included packaging natural and healthy products with sensory quality, food waste reduction and respect for the environment.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has marked five years since investing in an initiative to transform plastics recycling in Great Britain.
Food waste producers are being offered the chance to contribute to the first anaerobic digestion feedstock designed to give a guaranteed production of biomethane.
New film packaging has been developed by Coveris to support supermarket Co-op’s recent announcement that it plans to have 80% of its own brand packaging recyclable by 2020.
Boardlink, the largest producer of resilient ovenable board ready meal trays, has announced an investment of £100,000 to increase its capacity.
The Trade Association Group, an umbrella body comprising the main organisations in the UK’s waste and resource management sector, has set out its priorities for the next government.
Unilever has unveiled its new technology to recycle sachet waste. This technology, called CreaSolv Process, has been developed with the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV in Germany and is inspired by an innovation used to recycle TV sets.
Growing concern for the environment, combined with consumer preference for healthy living, is driving increased trust in glass as the ultimate packaging choice for food and drinks.
Tesco has partnered with Hilton Food Group and Linpac to maximise the recyclability potential of its plastic fresh food packaging.
While packaging is often penalised for its contribution to the waste issue, industry has long been championing it as part of the solution to food waste, rather than part of the problem – so it’s pleasing to see UK government recognising the role of packaging in protecting both products and human health, as well as preventing food waste, in its new anti littering strategy.
The Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (Apeal) has welcomed the launch of Metal Packaging Europe as an overarching European association that brings together manufacturers, suppliers, and national associations, to promote the beneﬁts of rigid metal packaging.