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Environmental packaging

Thrace Polybulk's philosophy is that every business has to take responsibility for the environmental implications their activities may cause. Fortunately, our experience is that our customers share this philosophy, too.

Polypropylene and polyethylene, which are the basic raw materials in our packaging products, are both environmental friendly. No pollutive ingredients.

Big bags have an extremely low packaging weight compared to their volume capacity, which makes them an ideal environmental packaging.

Our goal is to develop new products and applications which makes it easier for our customers to fulfil their environmental ambitions and obligations.

Polybulk is a partner in establishing collection and recycling procedures regarding used packaging materials. Our contribution is developing products which simplify and support this "green concept".

As an example, Polybulk developed the "single product bag", which is a big bag with outer bag made of PP-fabric in combination with PP-innerliner, replacing the traditional PE-liner. A single product bag means easier collection, reduced overall cost for our customers and an environmental improvement - all at the same time.

If you are interested in more information about environmentally friendly packaging solutions, please get in touch! Polybulk is engaged with environmental issues in business, and we are continuously developing "green" products. Our products are all environmentally friendly.

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