Enviro Pac™ Sustainable Food Packaging
Enviro Pac™ Sustainable Packaging
Enviro Pac™ products are manufactured from materials whose origin can be traced back to nature. They are a by-product of sustainable agricultural processes; palm fibre pulp extracted in a chemical free process from empty fruit bunches (EFB).
Not only do our Enviro Pac™ products contribute to the reduction of packaging waste in landfills, they also contribute to the reduction of palm agro-fibre waste. As such, we design durable, safe, and cost-competitive packaging to meet the needs of growers, food packers, retailers and consumers, while protecting the natural world that sustains us.
Enviro Pac™ packaging is made from a natural and renewable resource, adds value throughout its useful life, and decomposes in the home compost within 90 days, returning to the earth as a healthy, nutritious contribution to the soil.
About Enviro Pac™
- Latest technology manufacture BRC9001 / ISO2008
- Natural: free of bleach, dyes and chemicals
- Certified compostable EN 13432/ASTM D6400/D6868
- Passed rigorous testing by German-based ISEGA
- FDA Certified, Food Grade Packaging
- Water and grease resistant
- Long fibre strands add to tensile strength, producing strong, durable packaging.
- Award-winning: 2012 United Fresh Produce Award for ‘Best Packaging’
- Variety of shapes, sizes and applications for fresh fruits and vegetables
- Will naturally biodegrade in backyard, community, or industrial compost.
- One colour choice: natural to compliment your natural products.
Composting Enviropac is Easy
Composting is the controlled biological break-down of organic matter (such as food scraps, yard trimmings and Enviro Pac™ Packaging) into a humus or soil-like material, which is used as a natural fertiliser to improve soil structure. Disposing of Enviro Pac™ is easy! Simply throw it into your backyard or balcony composter, include it in curb-side collection programs for organic waste, or return it to managed compost facilities. Also, if you compost at home, cut or tear the packaging into smaller pieces, in the same way you would pulpy food scraps like grapefruit rinds and banana peels, so that it will break down faster.
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