US packaging company ProAmpac has created several new sustainable packaging ranges as part of the company’s commitment to create increasingly sustainable flexible packaging solutions.
Four new packaging ranges have been created by the company: ProActive Recyclable, ProActive Compostable, ProActive Renewable and ProActive PCR.
Packaging solutions in the ProActive Recyclable range include stand up pouches, quad seal pouches, sandwich wraps and more, and products in this range can be recycled through conventional recycling channels.
Meanwhile, the ProActive Compostable range includes paper packaging solutions which can biodegrade in industrial composting facilities.
Similarly, packaging solutions in ProActive Renewable are made from a bio-based feedstock, such as corn or sugarcane.
Finally, the ProActive PCR range is formed of products which contain post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic from non-virgin, recycled plastic resin sources.
Adam Grose, ProAmpac’s chief commercial officer, said: “We are advancing our corporate commitment to deliver and develop the sustainable flexible packaging that our customers and their consumers want and need.
“These new product groups are part of our ProActive Sustainability™ initiative.
“They make it easier for CPGs and other manufacturers to order sustainable packaging from ProAmpac, and to more accurately label the sustainable solutions they in turn offer consumers.”
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