The company’s product range consists of advanced technologies such as BDP for biodegradable packaging, GREENGUARD Gold Certified inks and #INVISIBLEBAG, which is a water-soluble and compostable solution

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Biodegradable stock poly mailers made from recycled LDPE. (Credit: PR Newswire/Print & Pack)

Packaging company Print & Pack has announced its official launch to offer sustainable packaging solutions to small firms and eco-conscious brands across North America.

The company’s product range consists of advanced technologies like BDP for biodegradable packaging and GREENGUARD Gold Certified inks. It also includes #INVISIBLEBAG, which is a water-soluble and compostable solution.

According to Print & Pack, these solutions reduce carbon emissions, while promoting a circular, waste-minimising economy.

Print & Pack’s products are said to combine eco-friendliness with practicality to offer greener alternatives in the packaging sector.

The company provides a wide variety of custom, environmentally friendly packaging options based on its idea that a sustainable environment is vital to the health of the earth.

Print & Pack, which specialises in small businesses with low order requirements, claims to ensure rapid turnaround for custom orders using its US-based production facilities.

In addition, the packaging firm is Certified Plastic Neutral by collaborating with rePurpose Global to fund the recovery and ethical processing of as much nature-bound plastic waste as it consumes in its packaging.

Print & Pack said that it is providing access to enhanced waste management infrastructure in local communities in Goa, India by participating in the rePurpose Impact Project Saaf Samudra.

rePurpose Global co-founder and chief advocacy officer Peter Hjemdahl said: “We’re thrilled to partner with Print & Pack in their commitment to creating environmental impact.

“This collaboration is a testament to their dedication to sustainability and sets a precedent for others in the industry.”

In August 2022, rePurpose partnered with Cosmetics brand Earth Mama Organics to recover the amount of nature-bound plastic waste that the latter utilises for its packaging and distribution.