Browsing articles tagged with " packaging materials"

Ecovative Mushroom: A First In Eco-packaging

Eco-friendly packaging materials have been developed for quite some time already. Many of the companies today like those from the food and drugs industry, clothing, household, architecture and more and now into using eco-friendly packaging for their products. Some have their packaging made of recycled materials while others are into recyclable packing design. Computer giant DELL joins with many of the companies and have their Ecovative Mushroom Packaging to be used for shipping. In this regard, DELL is known to be the first technology company to practice eco-friendly lifestyle by using Ecovative material. If every company will be like DELL, having a clean and safe environment can be easily achievable.

Ecovative Mushroom Packaging

Ecovative Mushroom Packaging

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Huttly’s Packaging: A Biodegradable And Recyclable Packaging Design

Designing a packaging material with care to the environment can be a challenging job especially if you are not that attached does not really care about the environment. However, if you care enough, there can be endless possibilities and ways in designing eco-friendly packaging materials. United Kingdom student Ben Huttly show off his care to the environment through his design project, a biodegradable and recyclable packaging design that uses natural cotton twine in keeping the product and label together. On the other hand, the label is made of biodegradable paper with seed embedded on it. In this way, consumers can not only enjoy the freshness of the products but also plant one on their backyards.

Huttly Eco-packaging

Huttly Eco-packaging

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Flicker: Packs Things And Lights Up Rooms

Packaging materials are generally destined to be on our landfills after every use, which is eventually not a good idea for the environments. With the aim to help save the earth, designer Randy Chiang has created the Flicker, a packaging designed that allows users to recycle and use it as a lamp. The Flicker can be an elegant table or pendant light. It has the sleeves that can be slid up and down to work as the lamp’s manual dimmer. Using a low energy-consuming bulb, the flicker can already be an eco-friendly lighting system and an eco-packaging design in one.

Flicker

Flicker

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