Going Green At The Office

Going Green At The Offfice – An Infographic   Thinking about going green? In the age of digital and wireless, it’s become easier to have a ‘paperless’ office. However, that doesn’t mean that your office is any greener with all the added tech to replace the paper! This infographic includes some easy and useful tips…

rocking the daisies

Green Events

Green Events. Making Events Greener. If you’ve ever been to a large event such as a beer fest or music festival, you’ll know that they’re not very clean or tidy. After hours and event days of intense partying being held in a huge space, several thousands of plastic bags, cups, paper plastic, polystyrene boxes, aluminium…

Food Packaging Evolution Infographic

Food Packaging Evolution – An Interesting Infographic Food packaging evolution – it began more than 20 000 years ago when man’s idea of food packaging was based on natural materials. Today we’re making modern packaging from natural materials – like we did 20 000 years ago, but bringing it into the 21st century. Between these…

Urban Waste: An Infographic

The Real Deal on Urban Waste – And How You Can Help!  Urban waste is a more serious issue that most people realise. Landfills keep filling with unfiltered waste. We need to make more of an effort to reuse and recycle products, or choose eco-friendly and biodegradable products. This means we’ll be kinder to our…

PLA Clear Biodegradable Food Packaging

Clear PLA Packaging for the Food Industry You may have already heard that there are bio-degradable alternatives to conventional plastic and polystyrene packaging options for food. However, until recently there has been a major cost barrier to implementing these technologies.  We’d all like to ‘go green’, but if it means the difference between being able…

The Future of Bio Packaging

The adoption of new technologies always has a leading and a trailing edge.  Take a look at mobile phones.  In the 1980s only extremely wealthy urban professionals carried large, bulky and not very functional handsets.  These days, in developed countries, even basic labourers and those on minimum wage sport an iPhone. That development took less…