Plastic packaging and sustainability — there is no contradiction. If plastic is correctly separated after use, it is ideal for recycling. The old plastics can be turned into new plastics if processed correctly by being separated, sorted, and put through a regrind process. 

Thanks to a high quality recycling process, our packaging is now available from post-consumer recycled material, whether it is a yogurt cup, shampoo bottle, or another type of household plastic waste.

When the recycling cycle works

Plastic is everywhere these days. It keeps food fresh, ensures clean cosmetics or protects sensitive products from damage on their way to the consumer. As longs as plastic is recycled properly, it can be recycled and turned into new products more than once!
In order to protect the environment, used plastic packaging must be kept in a closed material cycle by recycling. In this way, the use of fossil resources can be reduced and plastic waste can be avoided. And the environment benefits twice over. Because efficient recycling helps to protect our planet sustainably — and we want to contribute to this. 

Here’s all you need to know about our PCR packaging

Our packaging products made from PCR can be used in exactly the same way as those made from virgin material. In other words: They give your products all-round protection. Order your personalized PCR-sample now and see for yourself!

The basic color of our PCR packaging is gray. However, we can also manufacture it in standard colors. Since these differ somewhat from the original colors, we recommend ordering samples in advance. By the way … you can also choose customized colors for our PCR products!

Want to give your product the “personal touch”? Or let your customers know that they’re getting sustainably packaged goods? No problem! Because our PCR products are just as printable as those made from virgin material.

Pro tip: Our products made from PCR can be cross-assembled with those made from virgin material. How is this possible? Quite easily, actually. For example, you can simply combine a transparent outer part with an inner part made of PCR. This is only possible if both parts are made of the same raw material, such as PP PCR with PP. Furthermore, this approach ensures that you’re not totally reliant on PCR — while still letting you reduce your use of conventional plastic.