• INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT: Prospect’s eco-friendly packaging for online retailers

    Isn’t it about time for retail to swap plastic for paper? The scourge of plastic pollution in the world’s oceans must be tackled, after witnessing its impacts in the second series of Blue Planet II, it’s clear we must act.

    The issue is not limited to marine animals, it has been shown that even humans who eat seafood ingest pieces of microplastic too.

    The move to reduce the use of plastic has recently received support from The Queen, who has declared war on plastics, banning straws and bottles on Royal Estates as well as a number of practical steps. With this in mind, does your brand send an Eco-Friendly message?

    There has been a significant move back to paper mailing bags by many leading fashion brands and e-commerce retailers, as they work to reduce their carbon footprint and use eco-friendly packaging. An exciting sustainable option is available to E-tailers that currently use plastic mailing bags.

    Produced from sustainable resources

    We work with BCR-accredited manufacturers and the paper used to produce our paper postal mailer bags is purchased from responsible, sustainable sources to comply with FSC certification.

    Recyclable & Compostable

    Bags are fully recyclable and compostable, paper mailing bags break down within 4-6 weeks.

    Water based inks

    Inks used are water based and therefore non-toxic.

    Bespoke Size & Specification

    Paper mailing bags are available in a range of sizes and specifications. Bags can be printed up to 6 colours subject to size.

    Paper mailing bags are ideal for retailer brands who are passionate about the environment. Our paper mailing bags ensure your products reach customers securely and in perfect condition, while communicating a strong environmental message. Take a stand, swap plastic for paper and contact us for samples.

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    AUTHOR

    Stuart O'Brien

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