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Loop Industries’ 100% recycled PET resin receives approval for pharmaceutical packaging

Clean technology company Loop Industries announced that its Loop-branded PET resin has successfully undergone testing and is now compliant for use in packaging applications within the pharmaceutical industry.

Detpak pioneers sustainable packaging with Australia’s first PFAS-free sugarcane range

South Australia-headquartered packaging solutions company Detpak has launched Vanguard, the first broad range of compostable sugarcane plates, bowls, and containers with No-Added PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances).

Detmold Group boosts sustainable packaging commitment with new objectives

Detmold Group, a South Australia-based food and retail brands company, has unveiled its sustainability objectives as part of its commitment to sustainable packaging. 

Amcor installs new blown-film production line to support its 2025 sustainability pledge

Amcor’s Flexibles North America business (AFNA) has installed a seven-layer blown film line to produce its recently launched AmPrima PE Plus ultra-clear and heat...

The first recycled and recyclable bread tag launched in Australia, by Tip Top

Media Release In an Australian first, Tip Top today announces a move to more sustainable packaging, introducing 100 per cent recycled and recyclable cardboard bread...

Australian manufacturers recognised at APCO’s sustainable business awards

Last week the Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) celebrated its annual awards, recognising some of Australia’s most recognisable brands for their ongoing commitment to sustainable...

Cardia Bioplastics and Stellar Films set to merge

Melbourne-based, publicly listed supplier of biohybrid and compostable resins Cardia Bioplastics has announced a proposed merger with Stellar Films Group to form a leader...
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