Pro Carton’s new partnership with the charity aims to promote the sustainability of cartonboard to Museum visitors.
As a No-Deal Brexit becomes a greater and greater possibility, businesses are increasingly asking what they can do to manage the risks to their operations that No-Deal could cause.
BPIF Cartons along with several other leading industry bodies have put together a joint letter to the new Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State racing our concerns about the huge price increases this year for Packaging Recovery Notes (PRNs).
Currently there is a request from the European Commission for carton converters to participate in a consultation surrounding the implementation of the Single Use Plastics Directive (Directive (EU) 2019/904 on the reduction of the impact of certain plastic products on the environment). This Directive presents a risk to some coated cartons manufactured by converter companies and some of our suppliers.
The new environment secretary should look to rework the waste handling infrastructure before changing up ‘confusing' recycling labels, according to packaging experts.
With increasing media attention and consumer concern on packaging, avoidable plastic waste and a move towards a circular economy, a poll, conducted by Two Sides and international research agency Toluna, revealed a strong preference for paper & cardboard packaging amongst UK consumers.
Urgent action is required regarding mandatory recyclability labelling - responses needed by Friday 23 August.
A new survey reveals the stregnth of feeling over sustainability.