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Carbon neutral

All BioPak products are certified carbon neutral

We strive to minimise any adverse impacts our business has on the environment through purchasing carbon credits to compensate for the unavoidable greenhouse gas emissions created through the production, transportation and disposal of our products.

We were the first packaging company to become Carbon Neutral in Australia and New Zealand in 2010. Each carbon credit or offset relates to 1 tonne of CO2 equivalent greenhouse gas emissions that have been avoided by funding renewable energy or tree planting project.

108773

Tons of CO2 emissions offset since 2010

We measure, reduce where possible, and then offset any remaining greenhouse gas emissions associated with our products and operations.

99,773 tons of CO2 is the equivalent to:

  • Driving
    398,626,828 kms
  • Saving fuel
    41,855,817 litres
  • Removing cars
    27,635 removed cars

Plastic Free July has been an incredible success for our #BioPakHeroes - with over $2000 raised for a great charity (WWF) and more awareness raised for a pressing issue (the proliferation of plastics in our lives).

There is no 'Planet B' and thus why 3 team members have taken on the Plastic-Free July Challenge. The plastic we mindlessly generate and consume through our lifestyles has a permanent and adverse effect on our planet. In an effort to raise both money and awareness, the BioPak Heroes chronicled their month-long journey on EverydayHero.

We had the chance to catch-up with the team and hear first-hand how they found the month overall and their key takeaways.

We have expanded our ‘1% of profits donated to rainforest protection’ program to contribute to the wonderful work of the leading independent conservation organisation in New Zealand: Forest & Bird. Forest & Bird is the voice for nature, working to protect and restore Aotearoa's wild places and the wildlife that call them home. BioPak is proud to support Forest & Bird’s campaign to stop the spread of kauri dieback disease which causes the kauri tree, an ancient and spiritual tree native to New Zealand, to starve.