Is it possible to stretch the packaging?
What you want to achieve sustainability is all on the packaging.
The packaging of emission reduction and sustainable development is of concern to all. As we can see, manufacturers have a 360-degree incentive to reduce packaging while reducing packaging, driven by cost reduction plans, general awareness, social pressures and supplier scorecards.
We can see that there are other aspects of walking green. There is a good example is the net effect of the change, sometimes, lead to cannot be the cause of the sales of products in the landfill site is increased, in fact, some reduction measures are likely to be exceeded. The other is the content of the post-consumer recovery, which leads to a common problem.
Is it ok to recycle the packaging?
In short, the answer is very positive. In general, the use of fpc3 is the stretch film, which we call class 4 in the recycling process.
For many plastics, the more complicated answer is the real world. Imagine the task of collecting and packing a pack of cigarettes, or protecting a long-bent “European” cucumber in a grocery store. With a wide distribution in a very small batch of retail plastic packaging to make a comparison, the stretch film can usually be reacquired, in a centralized warehouse.
You know what that means? Not only can we recycle the stretch film from a theoretical or scientific point of view, but it also has the characteristics of feasibility and economy from a practical point of view.
Now let’s look at the stretch wrap recycling guide.
In the mid – 90 – s, the American society of plastic and plastic industry association cooperation developed a recycling guidelines, this guide is full of stretch packaging recycling guidelines, and we can see that it is still relevant, and it can be downloaded for free here.
While the guidelines are somewhat dated in terms of some of the market factors listed, a good starting point is being collected and integrated in part to provide for the stretch packaging recycling program.
Whether it’s employee training and awareness, packaging and storage skills, it’s still very applicable to today’s warehouse operations, just as it was when it was written.
The economic benefits of recycling today compared with when writing, may be better – so convincing C case study become more favorable, Pepsi, Target and harder Busch were included.
Recycle plastic packaging.
Recently, an updated design guide for plastic recycling has been published in the packaging world. In the description, this very important note is also made by A.