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Presentation on eco friendly packaging materials

eco-friendly packaging material............
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Presentation on eco friendly packaging materials

  1. 1. Presented by- Adya Tiwari Ph.D. previous (Department of TAD) Presented To- Dr. Sudha Babel
  2. 2. PACKAGING  Packaging is an important concern for consumers, particularly those who are interested in converting to environmentally-friendly buying behaviors.  Eco-friendly packaging is a recent phenomenon, it is already a large and rapidly growing trend.  Innovative techniques and various measures of textile cleaner production”(CP) which ensures textile processing is “eco-friendly”, “cost effective” and “sustainable business”.
  3. 3. Recycle Renew Reuse Remove Reduce: Principles Of Green Packaging
  4. 4. Components of a Package Aesthetic Component Size and shape Material Color Text Functional Component Structural Design Brand Advertisement
  5. 5. TYPES OF PACKAGING  Primary packaging  Secondary packaging  Tertiary packaging
  6. 6. 1. Tissues Paper Packaging Other Types OF PACKAGING 2. Vacuum Packaging 3. Ecological Packaging 5. Green Packaging 6. Sustainable Packaging
  7. 7. Goal of sustainable packaging In general, the broad goals of sustainable packaging are:  Functional – product protection, safety, regulatory compliance, etc.  Cost effective – if it is too expensive, it is unlikely to be used  Support long-term human and ecological health
  8. 8. Factors in the design of Packaging • Protection of product • Protection to the user • Ease of transportation & storage • Provision of product information • Environmental suitability • Convenience • Promotional value. • Security
  9. 9. The eco friendly packaging materials are:  Bio plastics  Recycled papers  Forest wood  Palm leaf
  10. 10. Recycled packaging materials:  Corrugated cartons  Glass  Steel  Paper board  Bubble wrap  Corn starch  Some recyclable plastics Natural packaging materials: Coconut husk Bamboo Some of the eco friendly packaging materials are:
  11. 11. Bio-plastics  Commonly used in plastic.  Also as envelopes used for bulk mailing.  Helps to reduce landfill waste.  Good alternative to traditional plastics. Some Of The Eco Friendly Packaging Materials
  12. 12. Recycled Paper  Recycled paper products contribute to the diversion of material from landfill.  Reusable, recyclable and biodegradable. Some of the eco friendly packaging materials  Tissues Paper Packaging  Creep Paper  Paper And Cardboard Packaging Types of Recycled Paper
  13. 13. Palm Leaf  Natural, compostable and biodegradable.  They are very stylish, tough and heat resistant.  Products have no pulp, no starch, just a washed and pressed leaf. Some of the eco friendly packaging materials  Wooden products are made from renewable plant resource.  It can be formed into a variety of packaging and products. Forest Wood
  14. 14. Corn starch Some of the eco friendly packaging materials  Items made from corn starch are biodegradable.  Corn starch packaging biodegrades and has a limited negative impact on the environment. Green wrap  Eco friendly biodegradable paper protective packaging material made from recycled material.  It looks great and cost effective
  15. 15. Bamboo-Natural  Bamboo packaging helps reduce environmental impacts and promote a healthier planet.  Advantages: Grows quickly Strong and durable Friend of the environment Some of the eco friendly packaging materials
  16. 16. Paper  Light weight  Easy to print  Can be recycled multiple times by using relatively little energy.  Chemicals used to bleach paper may not be environmentally friendly  Unbleached, post consumer waste paper is the best. Some of the eco friendly packaging materials
  17. 17. Benefit Of Eco-friendly Packaging While helping the environment is one benefit of eco- friendly packaging, packing products using fewer and more sustainable materials reaps additional rewards:  Saving money. Reducing excess packaging results in lighter and smaller shipments that cost less to transport.  Maintaining business. Switching to green materials can help meet or anticipate customer demands for eco-friendly suppliers.  Attracting consumers. Many shoppers will choose an environmentally friendly product over a conventional package.
  18. 18. Related Studies  McHugh in 2004 gave the example that her packaging could be used to flavor the product inside such as a “steak wrapped in carrot film”, “hams enveloped in apple wraps”  A global leader in 2005 he introduced in his innovation, The calculator has allowed for Kraft to reduce Oscar Mayer Deli Creations paperboard packaging by 30%. This design will reduce an estimated 1.2 million pounds of paperboard waste annually.  The Ajinomoto Group introduced its unique “Aji-na- Eco”1 mark in autumn 2010 to show the eco- friendliness of its product packages.
  19. 19.  Anthony King announced in 2011, the development of the world’s first plant-based PET plastic bottle, which will in the future use non-food sources such as orange peel. Coca-Cola and Heinz have also recently launched bio-plastic bottles in Europe.  Along with PLA labels, in fiscal 2012, Ajinomoto Co., also plans to use eco-friendly plastic for the cap of the AJIPANDAR jar (75 g) of the umami seasoning AJI-NO-MOTOR. The plastic for that purpose contained biomass polyethylene made from sugarcane. This step will enable packaging that is completely environmental friendly.  ITC, since long, has been associated with quality. In 2002, they introduced their packaged; the package was of great importance to ensure long shelf life for the products which were made without any preservatives. Related Studies
  20. 20.  Iyer has introduced in 2006 that Radio frequency identification (RFID) is being incorporated into thin-film electronics to monitor the conditions inside of a package in real time. the study of kinetics, as well as providing an excellent inventory and quality control database to reduce waste of packaging.  This article looks at some of the basic types of reusable packaging used in industry. Reusable packaging plays a key role within the recycling industry itself, while in terms of helping companies achieve waste reduction targets such as Zero Landfill initiatives within the context of more broad Zero Waste programs, reusable transport packaging is playing an increasingly important role. Some of the common types of reusable packaging include:  Reusable pallets  Reusable handheld containers  Reusable dunnage. Related Studies
  21. 21. Polyolefin (HDPE/PP) woven sacks are versatile packing materials used extensively in the packing of cement, fertilizers, thermo plastic raw materials, food grains, sugar etc.  PP/HDPE printed sandwich bags are made by sandwiching PP and HDPE. They have a very good appearance and are used for packaging costlier products like pesticides, seeds, wheat flour, high- end chemicals, etc. Recent Textiles Packaging
  22. 22.  Monsoon Sheds Recent eco friendly textiles packaging materials Cotton Canvas Tarpaulins HDPE Tarpaulins (High density poly ethylene)
  23. 23. Conclusion Innovations in eco-friendly packing have come in many forms ranging from simply removing source material to the development of complex nano- composites. As consumers and industry become more aware of the current environmental conditions, they embrace the concept of moral responsibility superseding convenience and conventional profitability.