If in past years the “green” could be considered as a passing trend, currently the same cannot be said. The one in question is a growing sector so much that, according to recent research by Market Watch, it will see its revenues rise again by 155 billion in 5 years.
The “green and sustainable product” is in fact increasingly sought after by consumers (especially young people) who want to offer their personal contribution to protect the planet from climate change and global warming.
In fact, it must be considered that, in the face of constant population growth, businesses will have to respond to significant increases in the demand for goods and services. The companies involved in producing green packaging intervene in this process, with the aim of contributing to economic growth but at the same time reducing the impact on the environment and the planet. Green Packaging is, in short, the balance point between these two factors.
Normally and until a few years ago, packaging was thrown away, contributing to the pollution of the planet. We at Papereco do not want this to happen and for this reason we contribute to creating a sustainable and green pack.
A green packaging of this type is a packaging made with recyclable raw materials and consequently reusable.
In summary, green packaging is:
– Safe for everyone
– Zero impact and respectful of the environment
Furthermore, they can become design objects or useful objects to be placed indoors.