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Pack sector urges new Defra boss to reform recycling labels

The new environment secretary should look to rework the waste handling infrastructure before changing up ‘confusing’ recycling labels, according to packaging experts.

Earth Overshoot Day: printers urged to hail sector sustainability

Pro Carton has urged the carton and wider print sector to push the benefits of paper- and cartonboard-based packaging materials to highlight the sustainability crisis marked by Earth Overshoot Day.

Packaging Innovations to celebrate 10 years of London show

Packaging Innovations will return to the Olympia London in September to mark the 10th year of its London-based luxury packaging show.

DS Smith study says UK recycling “at tipping point”

Packaging giant DS Smith has released new research that says the UK will fall short of its 2035 recycling targets by more than a decade.

Colpac unveils heat-sealed recyclable sandwich pack

Colpac used last month's Packaging Innovations show as the launchpad for the new heat-sealed version of its recyclable and compostable Zest sandwich box.

Vision Gelpack falls into administration

Flexible packaging firm Vision Gelpack has been placed in administration only a year and a half after it was formed following environmental utility group Visionscape’s acquisition of the assets of Gelpack Excelsior.

Future hopes and fears discussed at 'biggest ever' Packaging Innovations

Packaging Innovations returned to the Birmingham NEC with a focus on the future of the sector, both in terms of the environmental challenges and the technological advances ahead.

Paper cup maker brings in Speedmaster for first in-house printing

Printed paper cup specialist Scyphus has taken on a five-colour Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 74 perfector to bring printing in-house for the first time.

Swanline pledges plastic-free paper and board business by 2020

Swanline Paper & Board has committed itself to becoming an entirely plastic-free business by the start of 2020, while saving money for its clients.

Packaging manufacturers face cost hikes in Defra strategy

Packaging figureheads are concerned the government is placing undue blame at manufacturers’ feet with a new waste strategy that would see them bear the cost of recycling.

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