INFOPACK NEWS _ 30/10/2020

Eco-design, a booming tool

Trends & design

Eco-design, a booming tool


The optimisation and improvement of packaging tends, in a generalised way, towards the implementation of eco-design measures. Eco-design can be understood as a tool that allows companies not only to reduce the environmental impact derived from the packaging system or the reduction of raw materials involved in the manufacturing process, but also to save costs, comply with current legislation, differentiate themselves from the competition or improve their brand image, among others.   Marta Garrido   Many sectors are influenced by this trend of eco-design, incorporating measures to reduce or eliminate certain materials such as plastics, seeking more sustainable alternatives and new solutions, motivated by market demands and users who now opt for more eco-friendly products. During 2019, 3,653 eco-design measures developed by Ecoembes in collaboration with more than 2,100 companies were implemented, achieving savings of more than 25,200 tons of raw materials during the packaging design process (phase in which it is estimated that 80% of the environmental impact is produced)... READING MORE AT https://www.infopack.es/revista/271/#page/82 ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Packaging design BRAND: ECOEMBES
Circular Economy, a model with business challenges and opportunities

Markets & packaging

Circular Economy, a model with business challenges and opportunities


Efficient use of resources, waste and energy have become necessary in a society that aspires to continuous progress that, inevitable, must go hand in hand with environmental progress. To make this possible, the Circular Economy has appeared as a tool that can guide us towards a lasting, sustainable social growth that fights against climate change. ( Read more... )


CATEGORY: Sustainability and environment BRAND: ECOEMBES