Topic: CO2 emission reduction

All posts for Topic “CO2 emission reduction”


Bio-cellulose materials – CELLUGY is a Denmark-based startup company that develops sustainable materials through biotransformation. The company has developed EcoFLEXY – a water-based nanocellulose suspension obtained by fermentation of sugar by specific microorganisms. The material comes from natural sources (i.e. no fossil sources) and is therefore fully biodegradable and compostable (at room temperature). Compared to its fossil-based[...]

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Lacroix packaging

Wide range of packaging solutions – Thanks to 28 production sites worldwide, the Lacroix Group now produces over 2 billion packages annually. Lacroix has state-of-the-art, high-performance production equipment. To optimize flexibility and responsiveness, services and know-how are offered from a single source: product research and development, design office and mechanical workshop (in-house mold design and manufacturing), in-house printing facilities (for[...]

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JR Press

Sustainable paper packaging solutions – Sustainable paper food packaging from our own production – that’s what JR press stands for. The British company has been active in packaging production since 1984 and today exclusively offers certified sustainable, CO2-neutral paper packaging solutions for the out-of-home catering industry. The manufacturer’s special innovation is the“It’s a Wrap” wrapping paper for food service.[...]

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Biobased polyamide – EcoPaXX® is an innovative high-performance plastic developed to provide a sustainable, bio-based and carbon-neutral packaging solution. Made up of 70% castor oil, the plastic offsets the amount of carbon emitted during manufacturing through the growth of the tropical castor plant. The polyamides are thus suitable in the food industry as well as in the[...]

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MILK MaterialLab EcoPaxx DSM Engineering Plastics

Oranges PET

Bioplastic bottle made from orange peel – Made purely from plant-based materials, the “green” PET bottle was designed by Pepsi to offer consumers a fully recyclable alternative to traditional PET bottles. Renewable resources such as switchgrass, pine bark and orange peel serve as feedstock and enable the production of the bioplastic through a combination of chemical and biological processes. It also[...]

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MILK MaterialLab Orangen PET Pepsi


Tableware from natural fibers – BIO-LUTIONS products use only raw materials that cannot be consumed as food and therefore do not claim land use. The disposable tableware and packaging solution are manufactured using a mechanical process that eliminates pulp extractions and bleaching. This efficient process achieves savings in chemicals and water. The products, which are tailored to their intended[...]

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Paper from grass – GRASPAP® are purely mechanically but particularly sustainably produced natural fibers that are processed without the use of chemical additives and water. In addition to these ecological and economic aspects, the new fiber is characterized by special properties for paper production: For example, it serves as a supplementary raw material for pulp or groundwood pulp[...]

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Edible protective spray for food – California-based startup Apeel Sciences developed an edible protective spray for fruits and vegetables derived from food scraps. This tasteless and low-calorie variant, due to its waterproof molecular structure, primarily serves to preserve the food, thus allowing protection from moisture and gases that continue the ripening process. The protective spray consists primarily of glycerol phosphatides[...]

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MILK MaterialLab Apeel Apeel Sciences

Naku Bio Bag & PLA Bottle

Biodegradable carrier bags & bottles – NaKu Bio-Bag (carrier bag) The compostable bag, made from natural plastic, is an alternative to traditional plastic bags made from corn starch and the waste from sunflower hulls. The NaKu company succeeded in processing the large quantities of leftovers from the food industry into plastic-free and environmentally friendly products. The resulting sacks were produced[...]

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