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Tips for Container Gardening

Container gardening is one of the most popular ways of growing the plants you are fond of. If you enjoy container gardening, you are probably searching for interesting tips and ideas that will make your gardening a success. With container gardening, you can help your home look more beautiful and stylish in your own way. [...]

By | September 17th, 2018|Green|0 Comments

How to Select Safe Containers for Growing Plants

Are you fond of growing plants and especially in repurposed containers? Container gardening is quite a trend these days as more and more people are using containers of different sizes and shapes for the purpose of gardening. However, a lot depends on the kind of container chosen, because the growth and health of your plants [...]

By | September 7th, 2018|DIY, Green|0 Comments

Sustainable Building With Plastic Bottles

In the search to find solutions to both plastic waste and affordable housing, architects across the planet have alighted upon an idea that is seemingly obvious: using discarded single-use plastic bottles as construction material. There is a movement in many countries to better utilize our discarded plastic bottles, and the idea of repurposing them into [...]

By | June 7th, 2018|Brand, Green|0 Comments

The News of a Plastic-Eating Enzyme

Last week brought some great news to a world that is facing a deluge of plastic waste. Scientists in Great Britain and America seem to have stumbled upon an enzyme that can actually ‘eat’ PET plastics. Though the ramifications of this are still unclear, early indications are that this may be a breakthrough in helping [...]

By | May 23rd, 2018|Green, News|0 Comments

Advantages of Trigger Sprayers in the Garden

In the Northern Hemisphere winter is finally relinquishing the world from its icey grips, leaving grass and soil where there was once snow and ice. Spring gardeners will be among the first to take advantage of the unfrozen ground, planting seedlings and tending to plants that survived the winter. In feeding and watering their gardens, [...]

By | May 13th, 2018|Brand, Green|0 Comments

How Cardboard Boxes Get Recycled

As we discovered in an earlier post, cardboard boxes are the main container used when it comes to shipping consumer goods. Billions of boxes are made every year and most, estimates range up to 90 percent, of those will get recycled. Due to this massive number, recycling is also a major business. But just how [...]

By | May 7th, 2018|Brand, Green|0 Comments

Reasons Why Cardboard Boxes Make an Essential Packaging Option

Cardboard boxes have been around for a long time. We have them in different sizes for packaging different items. These boxes are used in various industries, including cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, food, and for packaging industrial products as well. Cardboard boxes are said to be an essential packing option, quite popular among people who need to transport [...]

By | February 28th, 2018|Brand, Green|0 Comments

Benefits of Paper Bag Packaging

Paper bags were first introduced in the year 1852, and since then these bags have become highly popular. Plastic bags are said to be a big competitor of the paper bag because plastic is usually inexpensive and available in different shapes and sizes. Paper bags were first a bit uncommon and not much preferred, but [...]

By | February 26th, 2018|Brand, Green|0 Comments

Roads from Plastic Waste

As societies around the world are waking up to the dangers of plastics that are simply discarded without any attempt at recycling or repurposing, private citizens, governments, and businesses alike are spearheading roles in innovating ways to reduce plastic waste. Read on to learn about a fascinating pilot program from India that seeks to turn [...]

By | November 2nd, 2017|Brand, Green|0 Comments

What do the Symbols on Packaging Mean?

If you have ever looked at the symbols embossed on a plastic bottle or jar and been confused by the arrows moving in a trianglular direction, with a number and acronym, then we are here to help. The easy explanation is that the symbol indicates what type of plastic(s) the container was made from as [...]

By | July 18th, 2017|Brand, Green|0 Comments

Making Clothing from PET Bottles

Pollution and man-made waste are in the news, and with good reason. Waste management has become a global problem that needs cooperation to solve. We at All In Packaging are always interested in innovative solutions to lessen plastic waste. When it comes to plastic bottles, one of the surprising outcomes has been the way inventive [...]

By | July 18th, 2017|Green|0 Comments

The Importance of Recycling Plastics

An article from Business Insider that recently went viral on social media sites detailed a small island in the South Pacific, Henderson Island, that, while uninhabited, has been found to be one of the planet’s the most polluted places. Indeed, it was deemed by scientists to have the highest density of ‘anthropogenic debris’ anywhere in [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|Green|0 Comments

The Significance Of Symbols On Packaging

Symbols are a common feature on our everyday products and packaging. Spanning from food allergy symbols, to recycling information, to symbols highlighting safety standards, symbols are often placed on products and packaging to provide important information, indicate consumer rights or to comply with regulations. Differentiated by type of product, some symbols are more commonly associated [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|Green, Guide|0 Comments

A Remarkable Step Towards Sustainability By Procter & Gamble

Plastic is one of the most fundamental materials to industry and everyday life, but is also one of the biggest examples of our throw-away society: the majority of plastic produced annually is only used once. Over 300 million tons of new plastic is produced each year, with over half ending up in landfills, in oceans [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|Green|0 Comments

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