Packaging


Award-Winning Biodegradable Agar Packaging Could Replace Plastic

Source: inhabitat.com Published: April 16, 2016 The prototype agar packaging developed by a group of Japanese designers took top honors in the 2016 Lexus Design Awards. by Orion Rodriguez A group of designers from Japan have created a prototype design that could...

Edible Six-Pack Rings Feed Sea Creatures Instead Of Killing Them

Source: boredpanda.com Published: May 19, 2016 LMA Community member If ever you needed a reason to grab a beer and celebrate, this is it. But only if you grab a beer brewed by Saltwater Brewery, because they’re the guys behind this brilliant new idea. They’ve managed...

New Seaweed-Based Material Could Replace Plastic Packaging

Source: good.is Published: March 9, 2016 The designers behind Agar Plasticity The project is one of four finalists for the 2016 Lexus Design Award. DJ Pangburn Plastic is ubiquitous in packaging for food, toys, and every type of product in between. And even with...

Ethique Makes Solid Beauty Bars with Plastic-Free Packaging

Source: treehugger.com Published: February 18, 2016 © Ethique Katherine Martinko This innovative New Zealand company dares to break the mold when it comes to green packaging, setting the bar high for other companies. The green skincare industry is expanding rapidly as...

Veuve Clicquot Develops Packaging Made from Grapes

Source: esmmagazine.com Published: December 16, 2015 Champagne brand Veuve Clicquot has developed new, 100-per-cent recyclable packaging made from grape skins mixed with recycled paper. The move forms part of the brand’s commitment to use environmentally responsible...

5 Futuristic Food Wrappers That You Don’t Have to Throw Away

Source: wired.com Published: September 2, 2014 photo credit: Image credit: Tomorrow Machine via ScienceAlert Margaret Rhodes You wake up, eat some Greek yogurt, then throw out the plastic cup. Later on, you get a salad and a mini-bag of chips, and then you throw away...

The Disappearing Package

      Source: inhabitat.com       Published: March 6, 2013       by Inhabitat Staff                                        ...

RECYCLING – Blue Box – 2011–2015

Old cell phones and electronics are e-waste and very toxic to the environment when they are just chucked in the garbage. Since 2011, we have been providing attractive collection boxes to help people dispose of their old gadgets efficiently. To bring a blue box to your...