Why is Custom Poly Packaging Popular Among Users?

As an individual and as a business owner, on what basis do you judge your custom poly packaging? The basis on which you decide your custom poly packaging is very critical for your business. People usually value their polyethylene film based on the packaging quality, the service, and the price.

The value that you are seeking in your custom product generally depends on various components, like the needs and requirements of your buyers, how the end users would utilize your product and their cost structure. The value point of a custom poly packaging is decided based on the industry it is used in.

For example, for the medical sector, the value of the poly bags is decided based on the quality of the custom poly packaging. In a medical setup, you need a poly packaging that has high durability and superior strength. You cannot afford to find an ice pack leaking at the time of an emergency condition.

Can Plastic Packaging Be Green?

People today understand that they are responsible for the harm done to the environment by the plastic they use. Hence, they want to use green plastic or environmental-friendly plastic. The green plastics are recyclable and are made up of environmental-friendly materials.

Green Packaging or Sustainable packaging is the utilization of manufacturing methods and materials for goods packaging that makes a lower impact on the environment as well as energy consumption. Green packaging is energy-efficient and biodegradable.

Materials Used in Green Packaging Green packaging is usually made of:
  • Plant-based Plastics.
  • Biodegradable Plastics.
  • Recycled Products.
  • Recycled Molded Packaging.
  • Alternative energy Sources.
Are Biodegradable Plastics Eco-friendly?

Green packaging is often termed as biodegradable. We usually come across such labels. But are these packaging eco-friendly?

Well, the label can be potentially misleading and vague. One-word labels do not say anything about the actual biodegradability nature of a poly packaging.

The term “biodegradable” does not have a single definition. Hence, different companies would speak a different definition of it. That makes things much confusing. People end up assuming that if products are labeled as “biodegradable,” they would be non-toxic for the environment. But this is not the case necessarily.

Even if some products are certified as “biodegradable,” it does not imply that it is 100 percent biodegradable. “Biodegradable” does not imply that there isn’t any toxic chemical.

The Final Words

Companies often make bogus claims regarding plastic products. A product labeled as “biodegradable” must specify as to what amount of biodegradable material is present in it and how much time it will take to degrade. Always keep in mind that the biodegradable packaging doesn’t break down or degrade in the marine environment.

This means a biodegradable packaging would still appear as a real jellyfish to the sea turtles.  If the biodegradable packaging is littered, it would be as harmful and destructive as the conventional packaging. Although the certified biodegradable packaging is a better option in comparison to the non-biodegradable ones, they yet aren’t the best solution.