What is ecoPack?
ecoPack is an award-winning revolutionary one-side coated heat seal and moisture barrier FSC® certified paper packaging material that provides a sustainable and translucent alternative to avoidable plastic packaging. FSC® License Code C002557. ecoPack is recyclable through the paper stream and is fully repulpable in accordance with the Fibre Box Association protocols (FBA).
Our ecoPack paper material won the Environmental & Sustainability Award with Reflex, the printer, and converter, at the Sammies 2022.
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What are the Benefits of ecoPack?
- Recyclable paper packaging that is adaptable, efficient, and attractive.
- Alternative to multi-material laminate packaging constructions or single-use plastic packaging.
- ecoPack is certified by ISEGA and may be used safely for food packaging, the coated side may stand in direct contact with dry, moist and fatty foodstuffs.
- Recyclable through the paper stream, and is fully repulpable in accordance with the Fibre Box Association protocols (FBA).
- Offers incredible barrier properties including oxygen transmission & moisture vapour barriers, read more about Barrier Packaging.
- Durable paper packaging material which can be recycled.
- HP Indigo coating provides options for multiple designs in a single print run.
- Provides a heat-seal and moisture barrier.
- Provides incredible machinability, reducing the energy required during the converting process.
- High grease resistance.
- Offers great printability using Xeikon, HP Indigo & UV Flexo technologies.
What are the Main Applications of ecoPack?
Due to ecoPack being a paper-based material it is flexible in nature and can be used in various forms:
- Horizontal & Vertical Flow Wrap
- Sandwich Skillets
- Sealed Bags
- Board Lamination
- Pouch and Bag Applications e.g. protein, coffee or hot chocolate sachets
- Flexible Packaging Solutions
What is ecoPack An Alternative to?
- Mixed paper/plastic laminate constructions
- Avoidable mono-material single-use plastic
- Avoidable mixed material foil or metallised laminates as barriers
- Window lamination films, offering paper lamination to create a paper-only construction
- Natural and petroleum-based polymers on a variety of materials including paperboards