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Made from paper pulp that’s sourced from responsibly managed forests and mills.
Adhesives made from materials that occur naturally in the environment.
When exposed to light, air, moisture and microbes, this product breaks down to natural elements found in nature.
Uses inks that use a base made of soy or vegetable oil, rather than petroleum.
No animals were harmed in the making of this packaging.
Disintegrating into natural elements while in a specific environment, leaving no toxicity in the soil.
Water-based inks dry and evaporate naturally, requiring no extra energy to do so.
Solvent-based inks use alcohol to speed up the drying process once the ink is printed onto a surface.
Centrally located or multiple manufacturers, meaning freight emissions and transit costs are cut.
Created in a factory that sources it’s energy from renewable sources.
Efficiency improvements reduce net carbon emissions
Clean air policy
Manufacturers that remove toxins and pollutants from the air used during the manufacturing process.
Produced in a facility that meets the requirements of the EU Labour Law.
Reduced amount of material used, and less space taken up.
Using space efficiently when packaging and delivering products as a way to reduce net carbon emissions.
These products can be used to send items securely more than once.
Contains no petroleum-based plastics.
Can be used again after fulfilling its originally designed purpose.
Can be broken down and used as an ingredient of a new material.
The main ingredient is a recycled material.
Renewable materials come from responsibly managed sources that can regenerate and replenish themselves on a human timescale.