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GreenBlue releases guidelines for designing recyclable, compostable packaging

Design for Recovery Guidelines for Aluminum, Steel, Glass, and Paper Packaging designed to promote more effective material recovery system.
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Excellent Packaging & Supply: Compostable foodservice solutions

Excellent Packaging & Supply’s Bridge-Gate compostable serving ware and take-out packaging, made from 100% renewable GMO-free wheat by-products, is available through its BioMass Packaging® division.
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Compostable film for flower bulb pack

A consortium of three Dutch exporters are packaging their range of flower bulbs in a transparent, compostable, cellulose-based material called NatureFlex.
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PepsiCo rolls out recyclable and compostable foodservice cups

Five new options include fully recyclable clear plastic cups, compostable paper cups and wax cups made with plant-based materials.
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Mondi : Eco-friendly industrial bags

Mondi’s Green Range® of industrial bags save resources with one-ply bags, provide intelligent waste management with biodegradable bags, and include PEFCTM/FSC® certified bags for responsible sourcing.
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Sustainability award winner

Winner of a 2011 Sustainability Award from the Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators (AIMCAL) was a flower sleeve made of heat-sealable Nativia NZSS biaxially oriented polylactic acid (PLA) film.

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