Sustainable Packaging

IPACC can help your company reduce its carbon footprint by focusing on the following:


The most important step in going green is prevention. Packaging should be used when needed. IPACC can help determine what can be eliminated without compromising your product’s safety.


Reduce the volume of material being used by introducing new packaging and modifying the design to create more structure with less material.

Reusable Packaging

Refillable packaging reduces waste and creates marketing value. Refillable packaging helps develop customer loyalty and repeat business.


eco-bottle-whiteWhere possible, components are made of recycled material. A simple re-design or re-spec may be all that’s needed to ensure your packaging to supports ease in post-consumer recycling requirements.

Renewable Resources

Materials like bamboo are an excellent renewable resource that can help to reduce your carbon footprint. Bamboo requires no fertilizer, no ground disturbance, and can grow more than two feet a day. New packaging made of mushroom root fiber, labels made of banana paper, even trees (when properly managed) are a great renewable resource.

Biodegradable Packaging

Some packaging can be reintroduced to the environment without long-term effects. This category of packaging includes soluble, compostable and mulchable materials.