Sustainable flexible packaging refers to packaging materials and designs that prioritize environmental, social, and economic responsibility throughout their life cycle. The aim is to minimize the impact of packaging on the environment while maintaining functionality and meeting the needs of consumers and industries. Sustainable flexible packaging is part of a broader movement within the packaging industry to address environmental concerns and promote more responsible practices.
Recyclable rollstock refers to a type of packaging material that is designed to be recycled after its use. Rollstock is a continuous sheet or roll of flexible packaging material, commonly used in various industries such as food, pharmaceuticals, and consumer goods. The recyclability of rollstock depends on the materials used in its composition.
When purchasing recyclable rollstock for packaging, several factors should be considered to ensure that the chosen material meets both your sustainability goals and the functional requirements for your specific product.
Recyclable high barrier rollstock refers to a type of packaging material that combines the characteristics of high barrier properties with recyclability. High barrier materials are designed to protect packaged products from external factors like moisture, oxygen, light, and odors, helping to extend the shelf life and maintain the freshness of the contents. Combining these properties with recyclability addresses the environmental concerns associated with packaging waste.
6 Advantages of Rollstock Comparing to Premade Pouches:
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4) Reduced Storage Space:
5) Fresher Products:
How to Design Recyclable High Barrier Facial Mask Packaging?
100% recyclable high barrier mono-material facial mask packaging.
We now shipping to our customers with below film structure:
High barrier PE / Metalized PE
OTR: 0.8 cc/(m² · day)
WVTR: 0.1 g/(m² · day)
This film structure can meet the barrier requirement on facial mask packaging, while with recyclability function.