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Lining & Coating Materials

Linings are added to paper or board packaging products to create a functional liquid or grease barriers. Several different materials are commonly used as linings or coatings for food packaging including wax, PLA (polylactic acid bioplastic) and aqueous.

Why choose sugarcane packaging as a sustainable option?

In a world grappling with the environmental consequences of excessive waste, finding sustainable alternatives to traditional plastic packaging without compromising functionality has become crucial. Enter sugarcane (bagasse) food packaging – a solution that’s gaining traction among sustainable-conscious individuals and businesses.

What Is An Aqueous Cup?

Consumer demands are changing, especially when it comes to sustainable packaging. Unfortunately, for the environment, single-use cups cause more harm than good. Plus, with single-use plastic bans rolling out across Australia, many manufacturers are moving toward more sustainable packaging solutions. That’s where aqueous cups come in.

Single Use Plastics Ban Changes For WA and SA Coming in 2024

Single-use problematic plastic (SUPP’s) bans continue, with legislative changes to be rolled out across Western Australia and South Australia in 2024. With some single-use items to be phased out across the country by the end of this year, it’s important to understand how this could affect your business and what alternatives are available to you.

How single use plastics can affect your brand

Sustainability, Advice

Growing awareness means that customers are making choices based on what matters to them regarding their environment, rather than solely considering cost. Many are willing to pay a premium for products from a brand actively working to reduce its environmental impact.

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