Plastic and sustainability: the achievable combination

However, we believe it is right to focus attention on behavior and not only blame plastic itself; reducing pollution is, in fact, a process that affects the choices of all players involved: suppliers, producers, brands and consumers.

As producers we are doing our part by processing recycled and recyclable products, designing mono-material packaging that can easily enter the recycling chain and therefore contribute to a circular economic model that provides for the recovery, transformation and reuse of resources, thus lengthening plastic’s life cycle.

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Recycled packaging: an unstoppable rise!

The production of bottles, jars, stick containers and lip balm containers in post-consumer recycled materials for the cosmetic, pharmaceutical (OTC) and food industries is growing exponentially.

The use of R-PE, R-PET, R-PP and PCR polymers allow companies to create sustainable plastic packaging and meet the needs of consumers who are increasingly attentive and aware of the environmental impact of products used in everyday life.

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Born from sugar cane: Green PE

The substantial difference compared to virgin PE is that the ethanol used to produce Green PE does not derive from oil, but from sugar cane. Green PE is a bioplastic produced from renewable sources, it is recyclable and during the production process, captures CO2 from the atmosphere rather than emitting it.

Green PE maintains identical properties, performances and versatility of virgin PE. Green PE can be used to manufacture jars and bottles.

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