Plastic Packaging In All Aspects Of Life 2

Plastic Packaging In All Aspects Of Life

Application Of Plastic Packaging In All Aspects Of Life

This includes direct investment and partnerships in waste collection and recycling,

capacity building through the purchase of recycled plastic,

and support for extended producer responsibility schemes where we pay directly for the collection of our packaging.

We have joined some 250 packaging manufacturers, brands, retailers, recyclers, governments,

and non-governmental organizations in signing the Global Commitment for a New Plastics Economy,

which opens in a new window in 2018 and aims to end plastic waste and pollution at the source.

Increase the use of recycled plastic in our packaging to at least 25%.

The use of compostable plastics must be supported by existing infrastructure to ensure that packaging is compostable in practice

and does not contaminate or contaminate the recycling of traditional non-compostable plastics.

Companies and manufacturers like ours that produce plastic packaging products have to deal with the waste from used and discarded products.

Due to poor product design and a lack of political infrastructure, most plastic waste ends up in landfills or is discharged into the environment.


Packaging sent to landfills, especially those made of plastic, does not degrade quickly, or in some cases at all,

and chemicals in packaging materials, including label inks and dyes, can leach into groundwater and soil.

Thus, the environmental issues associated with plastic packaging and waste are closely related to the everyday use of plastic products by consumers and professionals in the food system.

Examining plastic packaging in the food supply as a sustainable daily life issue

The global problem of plastic waste resulting from the increasing use of single-use plastic products is clearly visible in the accumulation of marine debris in oceans, rivers, and beaches around the world. Peace.

The FoodPrint of Food Packaging Read our in-depth report on the environmental and health impact of food packaging.

Find out more Environmental impact of packaging Unfortunately, most packaging is single-use and is usually thrown away rather than reused or recycled.

The market’s desire for innovation has led to a huge variety of materials (polymers, additives, dyes) and formats (bottles, trays, bags, films) present in modern plastic packaging,

which limits the technical and economic possibilities of recycling materials (polymers).

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