If you've no account register here first time
User Name :
User Email :
Password :

Login Now
Hartz dog shampoo

Hartz Shrinks Packaging Footprint

Hartz dog shampooPet care products company Hartz Mountain has redesigned its pet shampoo bottles to save 220,000 pounds of polymer across 10 million bottles, the company’s director of packaging engineering tells Packaging Digest.

The new 18-fluid-ounce shampoo bottle’s footprint also allows for a 1.5 percent more efficient pallet pattern, which means fewer trucks — and GHG emissions — on the road, Nicole Tom tells the publication.

As part of its commitment to sustainable packaging, Tom says Hartz’s packaging team is working on additional products that leave a smaller waste management footprint. Its dog treats, for example, will soon be sold in a recyclable bag.

Sustainability is not an optional add-on, but rather an essential part of business for the packaging industry, Food Production Daily reported last month.

How the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Can Improve Your Business Operations
Sponsored By: Digital Lumens

EHS Special Report
Sponsored By: Environmental Leader

Waste and Climate: Reducing Your Footprint
Sponsored By: Covanta Environmental Solutions

Merging Industrial Air and Water Pollution Solutions Provides Better Results, Lower Cost
Sponsored By: Anguil Environmental Systems


Leave a Comment

Translate »