THE STOROPACK PRODUCT PORTFOLIO NOW INCLUDES THE FILM TYPE AIRplus® VOID RECYCLE
Metzingen, July 2019. The new film type AIRplus® Void Recycle produced by the Metzingen-based protective packaging specialist is ideal for companies who take sustainability seriously. This air pillow film consists of polyethylene (PE) and at least 50 percent recycled material. It offers the outstanding material properties of PE, which is both durable and robust, and also helps conserve resources. The recycled raw material within the film comes in part from Storopack’s in-house production and is fed into the film production process in the form of recycled plastic granules. Further recycled material is sourced externally.
Many Sustainable Options
“Recycling is a continuous process when it comes to using materials efficiently and sustainably. Indeed, it is often possible to use leftover materials to make new protective packaging without compromising on vital properties,” explains Hermann Reichenecker, Executive Director at Storopack. For some time now, the company has been using recycled raw materials in a variety of packaging materials: the product portfolio also includes PAPERplus® recycled paper, which is made completely from recycled material, and the PELASPAN® packaging chips, which comprise more than 90 percent recycled EPS. “We work continuously to develop further products with recycled materials,” adds Hermann Reichenecker.