What is Eco-friendly packaging?
Eco-friendly packaging is usually made from biodegradable, recycled material which reduces the waste of natural resources for production.
Also, eco-friendly manufacturing processes tend to be more efficient, further reducing precious resources and minimizing the negative impact businesses have on the environment. Bio-degradable packaging is eco-friendly which means that production methods used produce the minimum of greenhouse gases and the materials that are used are sustainable and recyclable. We at Go Green Packaging would like to engage with you and offer your business 100% bio-degradable solutions and quality products.
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No2 Brown Kraft Bag – 1000 Units
350ml Compostable Paper Cup Lid – 50/1000 units
400ml Open Sugarcane Bowl – 50/1000 units
S0 6 Brown Kraft Bags – 500 Units
B-16 Brown Kraft Bag – 50 Units
4 Compartment Recycled Paper Coffee Cup Holder – 180 Units
24cm Round Sugarcane Plate – 50/500 units
Bamboo Skewer Golf 18cm – 100 Units
About Go Green Packaging
Go Green Packaging is an established and well reputed family run business. Realizing the negative impact that plastics have on the environment we are offering you a sustainable, bio degradable quality option, thus lessening your carbon footprint on Mother Earth. In one way or another, packaging materials touch every part of our life. From food packaging through to the packaging of parcels and packages, our use of packaging materials is surprisingly extensive.
The growth in the amount of packaging that we use in our daily lives has had an impact on the amount of waste that is generated. Waste that cannot be reused or recycled ends up in landfills where it is left to rot for many years or, in some instances, the packaging is made from materials that will never decompose. By seeking biodegradable and recyclable alternatives we help the environment.
Traditional packaging methods and materials contribute to global warming and other environmental issues. Using eco-friendly packaging allows you to reduce the amount of plastic that you use. Using non- sustainable petrochemical resources which are a part of all traditional plastics requires a lot of energy.