Sustainability

Sustainable Bulk Handling – Introducing Multitank

Bulk handling products are key for protecting and shipping a variety of food produce, from vegetables through to grains, meat and even seafood.

Many bulk handling containers in the market do not consider the environmental impact of the container itself- which is where Multitank differs.

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How Eco Refill Packaging Benefits Your Business

The issue of waste is an important topic of conversation that, if not addressed soon, could have disastrous consequences for our planet. In the packaging industry, a major contributor to the problem is the continued usage of single-use packaging options.

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Plastic Free Packaging – A Step in the New Direction

“Reduce, reuse, recycle”. That’s a phrase all of us have heard and it continues to be key in moving towards a more sustainable future. One of the biggest reasons for this is society’s reliance on fossil-based packaging for the majority of packaging products.

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DOW Packaging Innovation Awards​

The team at O F Packaging are beyond grateful to announce that our High Barrier, Kerbside Recyclable Muesli Pouch for Brookfarm using the Roll ‘n’ Recycle program has won the prestigious Diamond Award at the Dow 2021 Packaging Innovation Awards.

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Sustainable Sourcing

Climate change is a real and pressing issue that affects all generations. These environmental concerns, if left unchecked, could have disastrous and irreversible consequences. Even as the world slowly recovers from the pandemic, greenhouse gas emissions are at an all-time high. Promises and plans for programmes that curb their environmental impact are not enough.

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The Ultimate Guide to Greenwashing

It is a well-known fact that the increasing production demands and current business practices are negatively impacting the environment. Consumer demand is unlimited while natural resources, such as fossil fuels, are not. This has led companies to turn to corporate environmentalism. They want to appease strong consumer reactions against unethical environmental practices. This makes green marketing a must.

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Eco refill packaging solutions by O F Packaging

How Eco Refill Packaging Benefits Your Business

The issue of waste is an important topic of conversation that, if not addressed soon, could have disastrous consequences for our planet. In the packaging industry, a major contributor to the problem is the continued usage of single-use packaging options.

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Plastic-free packaging

Plastic Free Packaging – A Step in the New Direction

“Reduce, reuse, recycle”. That’s a phrase all of us have heard and it continues to be key in moving towards a more sustainable future. One of the biggest reasons for this is society’s reliance on fossil-based packaging for the majority of packaging products.

Read More

DOW Packaging Innovation Awards​

The team at O F Packaging are beyond grateful to announce that our High Barrier, Kerbside Recyclable Muesli Pouch for Brookfarm using the Roll ‘n’ Recycle program has won the prestigious Diamond Award at the Dow 2021 Packaging Innovation Awards.

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O F Packaging Australia

Sustainable Sourcing

Climate change is a real and pressing issue that affects all generations. These environmental concerns, if left unchecked, could have disastrous and irreversible consequences. Even as the world slowly recovers from the pandemic, greenhouse gas emissions are at an all-time high. Promises and plans for programmes that curb their environmental impact are not enough.

Read More
Greenwashing operations

The Ultimate Guide to Greenwashing

It is a well-known fact that the increasing production demands and current business practices are negatively impacting the environment. Consumer demand is unlimited while natural resources, such as fossil fuels, are not. This has led companies to turn to corporate environmentalism. They want to appease strong consumer reactions against unethical environmental practices. This makes green marketing a must.

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Selling Sustainable Seafood

The aquaculture industry around the world has struggled to keep up as consumer demand for seafood has quadrupled over the last 50 years. By 2050, humanity will likely consume more fish and shellfish than it did in the past century. Dietary limitations, population growth, cost, new fishing methods, and culture all play a role.

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