There is one crucial component that has attributed to more than 60 years of success at Printpack — our people. Our associates work closely with customers to develop sustainable packaging that will safeguard their products in the most responsible way possible.
Printpack helps customers achieve their packaging goals. This vision is brought to life by dedicating sustainable packaging thought leaders to the full-time pursuit of packaging innovation.
Printpack is committed to developing and using sustainable systems in our daily manufacturing operations that ensure the highest possible standards in plant emissions, waste reduction, and consumption of natural resources.
As part of our corporate social responsibility, our five-year manufacturing goals include:
Waste to Landfill
Achieve a 20% real reduction in the amount of waste going to landfill
Improve recycling in all plants from 80% to 85%
Reduce the intensity factor 1per ton production by 10%
Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
Reduce GHG by 10%
Reduce the intensity factor for hazardous waste generated by production by 10%
Reduce the intensity factor for water usage by 15%
We have developed a product strategy; Printpack Preserve, that includes sustainable packaging platforms. This encompasses a portfolio of eco-friendly structures that use renewable and post-consumer recycled (PCR) content, as well as maximizing design opportunities for greenhouse gas and source reduction and an optimal end-of-life condition.
Consult with Printpack for the latest sustainable packaging technology:
High-performance materials and re-close technologies
Rigid containers made from curbside PCR
Recyclable pouches, rollstock, and containers
New and emerging biomaterials
Source-reducing package design
Industrially compostable packaging
Sustainability Benefits of Packaging
Flexible and specialty rigid packaging offers a number of sustainability benefits throughout the entire life cycle of the package when compared to other packaging formats including:
Materials to landfill
BEGINNING OF LIFE PACKAGING
Reduce dependency on petrochemicals
USDA biobased product
Demonstrated commercial success
Increased demand for recycling and drive the circular economy