There is a considerable amount of plastic waste that is disposed of improperly every year.. Recent information shows that this amounts to roughly 31.9 million metric tons of plastic waste. In 2013, for example, there were 78 million metric tons of packaging produced throughout the world, and 40% of this was dumped into landfills. Another 32% of the world’s plastic waste “leaked” into the environment, and as a result, land and various bodies of water became polluted. Due to the large percentage of plastic waste that ends up in the oceans alone, the damages cost at least $13 billion every year.
In order to address this situation and reduce waste, reusable packaging can provide an excellent option. When a company chooses to make a positive social and environmental impact with green packaging, it can also m
Throughout its history, clamshell packaging has been on the edge of innovation and design. In keeping with this tradition and changing consumer preferences, it is now more ecofriendly than ever before. New designs in thermoformed packaging use less plastic, and can be full recycled. The age of green packaging is here, and clamshells are leading the way.
Clamshells and innovative packaging
Since it was first introduced back in 1978, clamshell packaging has been on the cutting edge of packaging and design. Made of thermoformed plastics, the containers are tamper proof and spill resistant. Clam cases of different sizes have been used for secure packaging in a variety of industries, from grocery to pharmaceuticals.
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