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This entry was posted on 21st March 2018 by Caroline
If you’re looking at ways to reduce your packaging waste and achieve Corporate Responsibility goals, we’ve put together a few pointers to get you started: Stretch Reduction If you use machine stretch then this is a good product to kick off your material reduction program. Stretch wrap ...
This entry was posted on 13th March 2018 by Laurel
Environmental issues have recently dominated media coverage after the government’s announcement earlier this year to ban any avoidable plastic waste in the UK by 2042.* Soon after, many retailers began to publish their plans to reduce plastic waste and increase recycling in their ...
This entry was posted on 6th February 2018 by Laurel
Media headlines have been recently dominated by the Government’s efforts to reduce plastic waste. First, we heard about the “latte levy” - a 25p charge on all disposable coffee cups - then the plans to extend the 5p plastic bags fee to all retailers. It is not just the ...
This entry was posted on 9th January 2018 by Laurel
It’s that time of year again to think about reporting your packaging waste. If your company produces or uses packaging or sells packaged products, you might be legally required to report your packaging usage under the Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) ...
This entry was posted on 17th January 2017 by Laurel
It is that time of year again when companies start thinking about reporting their packaging waste. The Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) Regulations originally came into force in 1997, and are aimed at controlling the amount of packaging waste produced by UK ...
This entry was posted on 10th January 2017 by Laurel
Happy New Year! As 2017 is upon us, we thought it was time to look at some of the key trends and developments in the packaging industry for the year ahead. Below are our predicted packaging trends for 2017… Trend 1: Growth in Online Sales eCommerce sales are constantly growing. ...
This entry was posted on 22nd August 2016 by Caroline
In July, Price Waterhouse Coopers projected UK growth to slow to around 1.6% in 2016 and 0.6% in 2017. Businesses are always looking for ways to cut costs, but with the current economic uncertainty businesses need quick ideas*.   With polymer costs affected by the weak pound, a good ...
This entry was posted on 8th January 2016 by Caroline
2016 is upon us, a time for new starts and good intentions. It’s time to draw a line under 2015, move on from the festive period and start January with enthusiasm for getting up early on a dark morning… groan… If your company (or group) handled 50 tonnes of packaging or more in the ...
This entry was posted on 5th January 2016 by Laurel
The packaging industry is constantly evolving to adapt to new challenges such as the growth of eCommerce in recent years, which has opened up a spectrum of opportunities for the industry. Here are some of our predicted trends for the packaging industry in 2016… Trend 1: Growth in Online ...
This entry was posted on 7th January 2015 by Caroline
As another year rolls by, it’s that time again – when businesses are required to report packaging usage to their environmental regulator. Companies are legally bound to report if they handled (or are part of a group of companies who handled) 50 tonnes of packaging in the previous calendar ...

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