Ecolean has signed a new agreement with EcoLine, the leading waste operator in Moscow, to establish a collecting and recycling point that serves over two million consumers.
Together with some of Ceflex’s more than 140 industry partners, Syntegon Technology is developing the design guideline for flexible packaging as part of a circular economy roadmap.
Nestlé Waters has announced that its Swiss Henniez mineral water bottles will now be made from 75% recycled PET plastic, as opposed to the previous 30%.
As OPRL (On-Pack Recycling Label) membership and services continue to expand, the organisation has appointed Professor Margaret Bates as its first full time executive director.
A new industry alliance to boost the contribution of paper-based packaging in a circular and sustainable economy has been set up by the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI).
According to Ball Corporation’s 2019 Consumer Survey, 73% of the respondents said they would choose environmentally friendly containers if they had a choice.
As part of its goal to eliminate 100% of current virgin plastic-based ring carriers from its product portfolio by the end of 2020, Hi-Cone is launching RingCycles – a multi-packaging solution that contains +50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) content.
Coca-Cola has unveiled its first ever sample bottle made using recovered and recycled marine plastics, demonstrating that one day, even ocean debris could be used in recycled packaging for food or drinks.
UK events venue, Olympia London, is joining forces with the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) to tackle food waste.
Waitrose & Partners is launching coloured packaging made from recycled plastic for its ready meals.
Scots are recycling more food waste than ever with the total volume and its associated carbon savings rising by more than 40% in recent years, according to new reports published by Zero Waste Scotland.