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How Waste Becomes a Recyclable Material?

Upcycling is one of the goals of the circular economy. There are different approaches to the way there. Whether one looks at the consumer goods industry, retailers, or packaging manufacturers,...

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Working for the sustainable operation of the whole sector

Our magazine interviewed Dániel Buzási, new country manager of Szentkirályi Magyarország.   – How did you end up at Szentkirályi and how long have you been with the company? –...

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Zewa packaging made with recycled plastics

Zewa is cutting the carbon footprint of its packagings by starting to use 33 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic in its designs. Zewa is dedicated to the circular economy and...

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Carrefour Rolls Out Smartphone Recycling Kiosks

French retailer Carrefour has joined forces with Back Market and ecoATM – a technological expert in automatic smartphone recycling – to offer consumers an in-store mobile phone valuation and trade-in...

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We offer a GREEN alternative

The popularity growth of bioplastics is unstoppable and their compostability is a good example of the circular economy. BS PlasticTM has got in touch with Profikomp Környezettechnika ZRT., who have...

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Packaging for French fries made from potato peels

Milan-based product designers have designed packaging for French fries, made from the discarded potato peels, using the waste in a circular fashion. Simone Caronni, Pietro Gaeli and Paolo Stefano Gentile who are students...

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ITM: regulations on disposable plastic products will tighten further

In order to transition to a circular economy, it is necessary to ensure that Hungarian consumers increasingly use environmentally friendly, reusable products. Therefore, among other restrictions, manufacturers must provide information...

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Continente to eliminate 400 tonnes of plastic with new water bottles

Portuguese retail chain Continente will change the composition of its private label water bottles as part of its plastic reduction strategy. This step will help in eliminating 400 tonnes of virgin plastic...

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ITM Secretary of State: competitive condition is the circular economy

The circular economy is not only a condition for a livable future, but is also for long-term competitiveness, the state secretary of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM) responsible...

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Toilet cleaners in more sustainable packaging

With its new global packaging concept for toilet cleaner bottles, Henkel emphasises sustainability and its dedication to the cause of the circular economy. From January 2021 these bottles have a...

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The collection of NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto capsules in MediaMarkt has started

In March this year, Nestlé will launch a new capsule collection and recycling system for NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto capsules, so it can take another significant step towards achieving a circular...

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It’s in the bag! Tesco partners with Mondi to close the loop for shopping bags from retailer’s own paper waste

Leading global packaging and paper group Mondi and Tesco Central Europe have launched a new partnership, in which Mondi will purchase the retailer’s warehouse corrugated waste to create recycled paper...

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FrieslandCampina To Introduce 100% Recycled PET Bottles

FrieslandCampina plans to make bottles from 100% recycled PET (rPET), beginning February 2021, for its brands sold in the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Hungary. This move will make the Dutch...

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Burger King rolls out reusable packaging model in TerraCycle Loop partnership

Burger King is trialing a new reusable packaging model to help cut down on packaging waste across its global branches. As part of its Restaurant Brands for Good framework, the...

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The circular economy is the central theme of the Budapest Design Week

The circular economy is the central theme of this year’s Budapest Design Week, which will be organized by the Hungarian Design Council and the National Office of Intellectual Property in...

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Environmental protection and digitalisation are the greatest challenges

Between 13 and 15 November 2019 the Hungarian Cosmetics and Household Chemicals Association (KOZMOS) organised its annual conference. Our magazine interviewed István Murányi, general secretary of KOZMOS. How long does...

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New sustainability goals by Procter & Gamble

Just this week, P&G’s Family Care brands set new industry-leading commitments for their paper products to protect, grow, and restore forests globally. These new commitments span all P&G Family Care...

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Nestlé invests in recycled and sustainable packaging solutions

Nestlé is investing approximately CHF 2 billion in switching from new to food-industry- quality recycled plastic use, at the same time speeding up the process of developing innovative sustainable packaging...

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Magazin: We shouldn’t turn our backs on plastics

According to Miklós Nagy, secretary general of the Hungarian Association of Packaging and Materials Handling (CSAOSZ), lots of negative information has been circulating in the media about packaging, especially plastic...

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Magazine: ‘A waste-free economy is still a long way away’

Miklós Nagy, secretary general of the Hungarian Association of Packaging and Materials Handling (CSAOSZ) talked to our magazine about changing trends and the efforts to improve waste utilisation technologies. In...

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Rethinking plastic packaging – towards a circular economy

We want to help build a circular economy in which we not only use less plastic, but also ensure the plastic we do use can be reused, recycled or composted....

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Nespresso Launches Bikes Made Of Recycled Coffee Capsules

Nespresso has partnered with Swedish bike brand Vélosophy to launch limited edition bikes made of recycled aluminium coffee capsules. The initiative demonstrates Nespresso and Vélosophy’s commitment to promoting a circular...

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Magazine: Which forces will shape food supply chains in 2019?

IGD has identified 4 trends that are likely to shape the food supply chains in 2019. Some trends threaten to prevail but never do, some fly under the radar and...

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With more fruit and less sugar!

In 2018 sales of various drinks containing fruit juice represented 11 percent of total non-alcoholic drink sales – 280 million litres in volume. More than 5 percent of this were...

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Magazine: Waste made useful by recycling

According to Norbert Höflinger, strategy director at HWD Recycling Kft., European waste processing companies are still unable to process the waste that got stuck on the continent after China’s waste...

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Hungarian packaging designers are among the best in the world

Miklós Nagy, secretary general of the Hungarian Association of Packaging and Materials Handling (CSAOSZ) told our magazine that packaging use had increased a little – but less than the 4-percent...

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The future belongs to circular economy

The Italian Lucart Group entered the Hungarian Hygiene Paper Products market in 2016 by acquiring the Bokk Paper Kft. two years ago. After the acquisition of the company, the company...

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Nestlé aiming at 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025

Nestlé today announced its ambition to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or re-usable by 2025. Its vision is that none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill...

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