Over the last few months, members of the Flexible Packaging Association’s (FPA) Emerging Leadership Council (ELC) have been sharing informative videos all about our favorite packaging! First, they tackled recycling. A topic often discussed and debated when it comes to flexible packaging. In their next campaign, they discussed the various benefits of flexible plastic. This… Continue reading Did You Know? All About Flexible Packaging
May is National Moving Month! If you’re gearing up for a minor or major move, we’ve got some helpful tips for using flexible packaging to your advantage. Bubble Wrap/ Air Pillows Starting with the most obvious moving helper – bubble wrap and air pillows! These powerful protectors will keep your drinking glasses, picture frames, and… Continue reading Moving with Flexible Packaging
As consumer interest in sustainable packaging continues, brands are left to evolve or falter. Manufacturers are focused on creating sustainable solutions whether it be in production, transportation, or end-of-life; a sustainability factor that often requires education for the general consumer. Often, a package’s sustainability is tied to whether or not it can be recycled. As… Continue reading Consumers Seek Sustainable Packaging
Many of us are familiar with curbside recycling for rigid plastics, glass, and cardboard for example, but did you know that some plastic film packaging can be recycled as well? It’s through store drop-off. Let’s take a look at the process of recycling flexible packaging and how you can make it an easy addition to… Continue reading Recycling Flexible Packaging at Home
by Sustainability Expert Shelbi Orme Let’s talk about a circular economy! Now what is a circular economy? Well, a circular economy decouples economic activity from the consumption of finite resources. It is a resilient system that is good for business, people, and the environment. The circular economy is a systems solution framework that tackles global… Continue reading How Does Flexible Packaging Fit Into a Circular Economy?