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How Coca-Cola’s Largest Bottler and a National Grocery Chain Reduce Waste, Cut Costs with Circular Economy Models

How Coca-Cola’s Largest Bottler and a National Grocery Chain Reduce Waste, Cut Costs with Circular Economy Models

Leading companies are collaborating with recyclers, packaging manufacturers and other firms across the supply chain to cut costs and materials used.

How Avery Dennison Helps Global Brands Shrink Their Environmental Footprint

How Avery Dennison Helps Global Brands Shrink Their Environmental Footprint

Avery Dennison works with its customers — from fashion designers and apparel makers paper manufacturers — as well as its suppliers to rethink their approach to sustainable design and production.

PE biobased label

Bio-Based PE Label Film Includes 80% Renewable Content

Avery Dennison has introduced two self-adhesive bio-based polyethylene label films that include more than 80 percent renewable content. The resin used for the new bio-based PE films is made from Bonsucro Certified Sugar Cane, which follows rigorous social and environmental monitoring prior to certification. Both products offer performance and recyclability comparable … Read more »

Avery Dennison Glass Recycling

Avery Dennison Glass Labeling Technology Boosts Recycling Yields

Avery Dennison has introduced a labeling technology that allows clear separation of self-adhesive labels from glass pieces thus facilitating clean glass recycling. For single-use bottles, recyclable glass can be contaminated with unwanted label material — with up to 74 percent of the label material continuing through the recycling stream. Additionally, … Read more »

Avery Dennison Expands Film Matrix Recycling

Avery Dennison and Belgian-based Seliplast AG (acronym for Second Life for Plastics) have launched what they say is a first-of-its-kind recycling option for label matrix waste made of polypropylene and polyethylene. The program is now available to converters in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany and France. This new offering builds on … Read more »

AT&T GE Siemens

GE, AT&T, Siemens Support Keystone XL

A diverse group of over 150 companies, including AT&T, Motorola, Siemens, Volvo and Wyndham Worldwide, have urged President Obama to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Companies signing the letter include many one would expect – fossil fuel companies such as Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and Shell; utilities such … Read more »

TrueImpact film

Avery Dennison Films Offer Sustainable Alternative to PVC Print Film

Avery Dennison has introduced a range of digital- and screen-printing films with a lower environmental impact. Compared with existing PVC films, TrueImpact films lower greenhouse gas emissions 12 percent, produce 13 percent less solid waste and use 9 percent less energy, giving converters a more sustainable choice for indoor mid-term … Read more »

Torstar Sets Paper Policy, But No Ban on Controversial Fiber

Harlequin romance novels and Toronto Star parent company Torstar has adopted paper procurement principles that it says will eliminate the use of fiber from ancient and endangered forests — but it doesn’t set any target deadlines or percentages. The policy says Torstar will not knowingly purchase paper derived from illegally … Read more »

Avery Dennison Sets Paper Policy, But No Deadlines

Avery Dennison has published a company-wide responsible paper procurement policy that the company says encourages sustainable paper sourcing and procurement — but it doesn’t set any target deadlines or percentages. The policy says the labeling and packaging materials company will procure paper products made only from non-controversial sources of virgin wood … Read more »