Manufacturers in the carton industry are concerned that confusion remains over the compostability of cartons, MOSH (Mineral Oil Saturated Hydrocarbons) and MOAH (Mineral Oil Aromatic Hydrocarbons) and the SUP (Single-Use Plastics) directive on coated...
This week’s Dairy Dialog podcast features two guests. The first is with Kezzler’s Per Christian Myklebost, talking about the company’s traceability and consumer engagement partnership with Dutch dairy company FrieslandCampina on the dairy cooperative’s...
The ReWall Company is opening a new facility in Colorado that will turn recycled food and beverage cartons into building and construction materials. It will serve the western US and ‘significantly expand’ end markets for the cartons.
Scottish dairy switches to glass milk bottles to save the planet
UK-based Nampak Plastics claims to have created the world’s lightest four-pint high density polyethylene (HDPE) bottle – an innovation it believes could herald environmental improvements for the British milk sector.
APPE insists that a ‘technological advance’ now allows it to produce large size polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles with recessed handles, and challenge blow-moulded HDPE rivals with a ‘significantly lighter’ alternative.
Trade body Dairy UK has urged plastic suppliers to undertake a ‘recycling revolution’ by supplying dairy producers with more recycled plastic, as it unveiled a new industry target of a using a minimum of 30% recycled plastic in milk bottles.