PACCOR CONTAINERS POST-CONSUMER PP
PACCOR, a global player in the packaging industry, is again leading technological change from linear to circular plastics. Thanks to a fruitful collaboration with Total, a major French energy player, PACCOR is now able to produce Polypropylene (PP) containers including recycled material of which 37 % households’ waste, with mechanical and appearance properties equivalent to those of containers made of virgin resin for non-food applications.
PACCOR HAS NOW JOINED THE CIRCOPACK PROJECT
PACCOR, a global player in the packaging industry, has now joined the CIRCOPACK project which was initiated by Pack4Food – a consortium of companies active in the food and packaging industry and their suppliers – in collaboration with Flanders’ FOOD, SensNet and different research institutions. As a member PACCOR may actively participate in various research projects, stay on top of innovative developments in our sector, and conduct technical debates.
PLASTIC PACKAGING A DIGITAL IDENTITY
As part of an environmentally friendly recycling system, PACCOR, the leading international player in the packaging industry, has introduced plastic packaging solutions with digital identity provided by Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ: DMRC). This innovation enables the correct identification of each package throughout the value chain. This is a big step into the recycling economy, because for the first time it is now possible to differentiate between food and non-food packaging and to achieve high-quality sorting.