“Buried packaging stays around a long time, sure, but so do rocks, minerals, and other subterranean items,” consultant Sterling Anthony opines. “Packaging poses no more threat than these simply because it endures.” Let us know if you agree with Anthony’s “landfill misconceptions.”
Coca-Cola sows the seeds of its PlantBottle; Heinz is next in line to use the packaging for its ketchup product. Will sugarcane-based polymer be the next big thing in bioplastics?
The SunChips compostable PLA bag is back, with a quieter crinkle. Frito-Lay says a rubber-like adhesive can be credited with the reduced decibel level. But is it enough to shush consumer critics? greenerpackage.com/node/3556