In recent years, it has become more apparent than ever that we need to be more eco conscious with our wastage and packaging output.
Here at Clingfoil we are committed to finding areas to improve the environmentally-friendliness of companies’ current set-ups, offering guidance and suggestions of product switches and more efficient machinery.
We offer a range of biodegradable packaging materials, recyclable materials, compostable packaging materials – and many more to Minimise Eco-footprint. It’s all about identifying the areas for improvement that are bespoke to your particular set-up. This way, we can also assist with finding areas to cut costs and the potential of downtime within your business – something that can wreak havoc on a company’s finances within a very short period of time.
It’s also important to learn more about how to recycle materials that currently have a bad name – primarily due to the lack of awareness on how to reuse or recycle. Some, including those used to make flexible pouches and black microwavable trays, require new technology before we are able to recycle them effectively.
Some plastics still go to landfill, some are incinerated, others are shipped abroad for recycling. Work is being done with huge investments being made in Britain to help the domestic plastic recycling sector cope with the variety of plastics in use. Until then, it’s vital that companies take responsibility where they can use products with low impact on the world around them.
We hold the following model as highly important to us here at Clingfoil, and endeavour to promote the usage of products that fit into at least one of our ‘green high five’ criteria:
Much of our latest product offering fits snugly into at least one of those categories, meaning you can begin eco optimising with ease. Whether you’re looking to take a leaf out of Amazon’s book with the implementation of gummed paper tape – which is both recyclable and biodegradable – or you’d like to switch out your stretch film for our new environmentally-friendly Nano film; there are many ways in which you can get started.
Contact our team today on 01625 878953 or email us email@example.com. Whether you need advice on the environmental impact of your next packaging material, or would like to arrange a site visit where one of our experts will survey your current set-up and suggest eco-friendly alternatives; we’re here!