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Middle East: Water bottler uses Sidel technology, saves 25% more

Emirates Refreshments Company (ERC) has carried out a short-neck conversion on its polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottling line. ERC, brand owners of Jeema Mineral Water...

Asia Pacific: Toyo Ink Group companies exhibits in China

China—Shanghai Toyo Ink Mfg and its sister subsidiaries in China and Japan will jointly exhibit packaging and printing solutions at the 6th All in...

Europe: Ardagh releases world’s lightest aluminum seafood can

Ardagh Group’s specialist aluminum can plant in Germany has produced what it deems as the world’s lightest aluminum seafood can. The shaped seafood can,...

Americas: Brazilian company uses Green Plastic packaging

O Boticário's Cuide-se Bem haircare line has a new look with plant-based plastic packaging. Green Plastic, as it is known, is made of sugarcane ethanol...

Europe: Straw may help create everyday products, says researcher

Glucose from straw may play a big role in the future production of many everyday products. An award winning PhD project from DTU Chemical...

Americas: Environment inspires carton contest winner

Evergreen Packaging, a maker of beverage paperboard carton, has announced the winners of its seventh Made By Milk Carton Construction Contest. US-based Paulsboro High...

Europe: Unilever, institute create process to reduce sachet waste

Unilever unveiled the CreaSolv process to recycle sachets that is inspired by an innovation used to recycle TV sets. Developed with the Fraunhofer Institute for...

Europe: Researcher makes durable plastics from plants, clay

A new more sustainable material developed by reinforcing commercial bioplastic using additives from plants such as nanocellulose and oregano extracts can solve the most...

Europe: Masuer technology for circular economy

Mauser Group presented its new skINliner barrier technology during a recent customer event in Heidelberg, Germany. The technology combines the advanced barrier performance of multilayer...

Asia Pacific: Tetra Pak now uses more renewable electricity

Tetra Pak says it uses renewable electricity for more than a third of its total annual consumption worldwide. This is up from 22% in 2015. This...
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