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The goal is to reduce plastic pollution on land and in the oceans and reduce the unsustainable use of fossil fuel to make packaging.

Single-Use Plastic bans are an effective strategy to speed up the transition towards a circular economy.

The goal is to reduce plastic pollution on land and in the oceans and reduce the unsustainable use of fossil fuel to make packaging.

Single-Use Plastic bans are an effective strategy to speed up the transition towards a circular economy.

Hobart City Council is the first capital city in the nation to ban single-use plastic food packaging, including plastic containers, coffee cups, cutlery, straws and lids. 

The Pet Food industry is going green - discover pet food containers, whether it be for wet dog food containers, dry pet food box, tubs or trays, choose planet over plastic with BioPak packaging. 

As published in Produce Plus by Fruit Net on 8 June 2020

BioPak's chief executive Gary Smith shares how a willingness to consider broader costs can support innovation in fresh produce packaging.

There have been incredibly rapid changes in patterns of consumption and behaviour but what are the environmental costs of the pandemic? How can we take steps to ensure the environment itself does not become another casualty of this crisis?

In recent weeks the largest cities in the world have marvelled at the clear, blue skies precipitated by the arrival of the virus – and it’s a great time for some blue-sky thinking about our management of waste and our environmental footprint.

Packaging certifications by independent third-parties allow organisations and individuals to assess whether the products they purchase meet the specific requirements by verifying claims made and to avoid greenwashing.

The Australian businesses leading the way in sustainable packaging design and innovation were recognised last night at the annual Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) Awards in Melbourne and we are one of them!

The Hon Trevor Evans, Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management, joined more than 180 guests to celebrate the achievements of the 18 award-winning organisations, representing a broad range of sectors, including manufacturing, retail, transport, technology, hospitality and pharmaceuticals.