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Water bottler to make its own pellets from 100% PCR PET

Ice River Springs has a bold answer to those who whine that PET bottles are bad for the environment: It’s turning post-consumer bottles into new ones in a closed-loop system.
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Materials Product Brief

Bericap : Bericap's PUSH PULL sports cap next generation

Bericap starts production for a sports closure suitable for aseptic filling with both, wet and dry decontamination and high flow rate at the same time.

Surprise! Study casts favorable light on bottled water 'footprint'

Peer-reviewed Nestle Waters analysis puts some perspective on the effect on the environment, adding support to recent efforts at making the bottles more eco-friendly.
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Packaging's curse--bad press blues

{easycomments}Website, The Daily Green, wails on wasteful food packaging, no mention of single households demographics or convenience.
NEW MULTIPACKS. After bottling and labeling in Norway, Isbre water is  shipped throughout Europe and to the port in Newark, NJ.
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Contract packager sates retailers' thirst for water multipacks

Isbre Norwegian glacier springs water opens additional U.S. markets by multipacking its individual bottles through co-packer ActionPak Inc.
Package Case Study

Canadian spring-water company takes the 100% rPET plunge

Following years of R&D, Naya Water becomes the first bottler of still water to employ a 100% recycled PET container.

Nestle Waters launches next-generation 9.3-g Eco-Shape bottle

Weighing 25% less than the company’s original Eco-Shape bottle, a new package design from Nestlé Waters will help the company exceed its sustainability goals.
FAULTLESS PREP. Orca Bay redesigned its frozen seafood packaging to include two varieties of vacuum-packaging steam technology--
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Value and health drive new food and beverage packaging

A depressed economy and consumers' increasing concerns about personal, as well as environmental, health and wellness drive food and beverage packaging innovations.

Study supports green benefits of reusability for water delivery systems

Reduce first, then recycle is the message of a new study that measures the sustainability impact of drinking water systems, including tap water, refillable containers, and bottled water.


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