New ideas for sustainable materials are sprouting up like flowers in spring. One example of an alternative to conventional paper is pollen-based paper made from sunflowers, which can be reused several times thanks to a unique unprinting method.Continue Reading
Pressemitteilung: Nachhaltigkeit und Premium? Das geht! Koehler Paper und Mühle-Glashütte machen es vor.
Koehler Paper kooperiert mit Uhrenhersteller Mühle-Glashütte Kooperationsprojekt macht nachhaltige, luxuriöse Verpackung erlebbar Uhrmacherkunst auf höchstem Niveau Oberkirch/Greiz, 08.06.2022 – DasContinue Reading
No one would deny the fact that paper consumption in offices partakes in the growing waste issue. As a rule, half of a business’s total waste consists of paper waste which not only ends up in landfills later but also causes CO2 emissions. However, Brunello Cucinelli met the paper waste issue head-on. Having sealed the partnership with Epson, the high-fashion label welcomes their new “white-collar worker“: the in-office paper recycler PaperLab.Continue Reading
When printing aqueous solutions on paper, a reaction, which can be used to program motion, occurs. A research team from SIT and Waseda University recently took advantage of this and presented a method allowing paper to self‐fold without deriving energy from external sources.Continue Reading
With their highly innovative products KeelClip and PaperSeal, the USA-based packaging solutions leader Graphic Packaging International won again important awards for their work. The sustainable packings reduce the use of plastics and are made of renewable resources.Continue Reading
The trend topic of environmentally conscious packaging material is now becoming increasingly relevant even for large companies. Using paper as packaging material is the latest trend.Continue Reading
Could paper be a new sustainable type of bottle packaging? Maybe it is. Paboco (The Paper Bottle Company) grown from the start-up and innovation expert EcoXpac, has developed a 100% bio-based and recyclable paper bottle.Continue Reading