In every facet of our business, we look to science, global standards, and credible data to help inform our decisions and direction. And while the definition of “sustainable packaging” can vary greatly depending on individual needs and perspectives, we take a life cycle approach.
We believe it is critically important to go beyond the traditional focus on end of life to include all possible impacts of a package, from sourcing and manufacturing through design, use, transportation, and recovery.
Learn more by downloading our new Guide to Sustainable Packaging.
We know that while there are global sustainability concerns like preventing food waste, maximizing recycling, or minimizing carbon footprint, the priorities, solutions, and response timing can vary down to a municipal or sometimes individual level.
Regulatory changes and the threat of EPR levies can lead any meat processor or retailer to make packaging decisions too quickly, so it's important to work with someone you trust, stay informed, and make the change that’s right for you.
Despite what you may see in the marketplace, the recycling infrastructure for post-consumer flexible plastics is still developing, as are the implementation schemes for regulatory changes around the world.
We may not have all the answers, but our global footprint and commitment to "making the world better" means we have the resources, insight, and determination to help you meet your sustainability goals - whatever they are and wherever you may be.
The path to sustainability can look different to practically anyone, based on where you are and what's most important to you.
When it comes to sustainable packaging - you need to strike a balance between performance needs, operational and environmental impact, and costs. That's not always easy. So we've put together some articles, videos, graphics, and information on this Sustainable Packaging Resource Center as a way to help you sort things out.
Featured case-ready solutions that deliver sustainability where you need it:
*Degree of recyclability will vary depending on scope and availability of collection, sortation and recycling programs.