Pellenc ST and Ampacet, respectively global leaders in sensor-based sorting solutions and masterbatch solutions, collaborated on sorting studies to optimize the recyclability of dark PET packaging on existing recycling lines.
Being material-smart means to consciously choosing optimal packaging materials while taking into account current demands concerning sustainability, climate footprint, function and cost.
AST group uses Lindner plastics recycling technology to close the loop
Black plastics have been notoriously difficult to detect, but recent technological developments have made it possible to sort them not only by color but also by polymer, unlocking economic value for recycling companies.
Sustainability in focus: Südpack presents its “Flow Pack PurePP” solution for ground-meat products at Empack
At K 2022, Starlinger recycling technology will showcase the recoSTAR PET art, the company’s latest plant model in the field of PET recycling.
Husky’s booth (Hall C4, #425) is showcasing the company’s latest technologies, solutions and services engineered to enable liquid food and beverage producers to achieve growth, sustainability, flexibility, differentiation, and world-class production capabilities.
Borealis and Trexel announce that they have co-developed a new plastic bottle based on a grade from the Bornewables portfolio of polyolefins made using renewable feedstocks derived 100% from waste and residue streams.
From October 3 to 5, 2022, Südpack will be attending the 38th International NO-DIG Conference and Exhibition in Helsinki, where it will present its com-prehensive portfolio of high-performance films for technical applications – and above all, its outstanding expertise with regard to tailor-made concepts.
Ampacet Gastop-Flex boosts flexible packaging barrier performance in compliance with circular economy design guidelines
Gastop-Flex, a masterbatch solution designed to reduce gas transmission rates in flexible applications and help product designers to optimise their packaging to meet circular economy requirements.
With the world's first wet-end monobloc rated at 100,000 0.5-litre water bottles an hour, Krones has set a new milestone in monobloc technology.
In Germany around 60 percent of fresh fruit and vegetables is sold pre-packed in retail outlets. Two thirds of the packs are based on plastic, and the remaining one third on cardboard or other paper fibre materials.