Sonoco’s fully recyclable paperboard packaging solution will help Premier Foods to remove 40 tonnes of packaging used for its best-selling Bisto gravy drum, as it aims to reduce its environmental footprint.
Sonoco will be showcasing the practicality and environmental benefits of its new EnviroStick™ for the beauty market and its Greencan® solution at the event.
The leading global snack manufacturer is taking full advantage of Sonoco’s EnviroCan™ range for its Mini Cheddars, Cheeselets, Cracker Crisps and Twiglets products.
Sonoco’s Flexible Packaging business designs and manufactures the flexible stand-up pouches used to package LEGO’s Hero Factory toys in our Poland facility.
This conversion from both plastic and paperboard packaging resulted in a minimum 75 percent weight reduction of the various package sizes offered.
Sonoco Alcore and the Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE) UK have opened a beverage recycling facility in Stainland, West Yorkshire.
When the facility reaches full capacity in July, it will be the first time in seven years that the United Kingdom has had a place to recycle its beverage cartons. The new facility can recycle 25,000 tons of cartons, nearly half of the approximately 60,000 tons of paper-based cartons used in the UK each year. In additional to municipal recycling, Heathrow Airport, which generates around 110,000 tonnes of waste a year, 2.5% of which is coffee cups, is looking to recycle at the beverage recycling plant as well.
Sonoco Alcore will use the paperboard layers from the recycled cartons to produce coreboard, used to make tubes and cores for consumer and industrial applications, such as cling film, textiles and paper.
German spice manufacturer Aromica uses eco-friendly Sonoco packaging in order to achieve premium sustainability.