Archive: Apr 2014
On Tuesday, April 22nd, the world will celebrate Earth Day as a reminder to be conscious of the impact of our activities on the surrounding environment. Schools everywhere will get students involved with Earth-friendly activities, and cities around the globe will be hosting events to promote awareness of environmental issues and sustainability initiatives. Earthday.org is even compiling a list of “Green Cities” taking part in Earth Day festivities.
But what can businesses do on a daily basis to improve the sustainability of their operations? The easiest option is to look at which vendors and suppliers use the most eco-friendly practices, and create a business relationship with those providers. Packaging material manufacturers are a great place to start. Look for companies that provide packaging options made from recycled materials.
At M & M Box Partitions, our chipboard products are made from 100% post-consumer recycled content. In addition, all of the leftover scrap materials are gathered and sent back to paper mills to be given new life as fresh paperboard.
The recycled packaging is ideal for numerable industries, including automotive part manufacturing and shipping, food and beverage processing, cosmetics and other consumer products, fragile items like glass and ceramics, and more. We even have options that are FDA approved for direct contact with food, which is especially helpful for confectionery companies, including specialty bakeries that place fresh cakes and pastries directly into a box for customer pick-up.
To learn more about how our packaging products and materials align with your company’s sustainability goals, contact M & M Box Partitions at 800-992-3557. We offer quotes within 24 hours, and samples within 48 hours. We look forward to working with you.
Posted in: Recycled Packaging Materials
Tags: 100% post consumer recycled chipboard, Eco Friendly Packaging Options, FDA approved food packaging materials, FDA approved packaging for direct contact with food, Packaging Options Made From Recycled Materials