Sustainable design principles for packaging

Provides guidelines for the design of sustainable plastic packaging. Considers the role of packaging, resource efficiency, low impact materials, resource recovery, regulations and standards.

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Link retrieved/verified on: 29/02/2016

Organisation: Plastics and Chemicals Industries Association Visit this organisation's home page

Organisation type: Industry collaborative grouping

Charge for usage of this resource: None - free

Main area addressed by this resource: Alternative pack formats, Design / creativity, Eco-design, Environment, Legislation, Materials, Recycling, Regulations & standards, Sustainability, Waste reduction

Information type: Downloadable PDF

Geographical scope: Australia

Level of detail: General

Materials: Bio-plastics, Bio-polymers, Polymers

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Design topics: How design affects functionality

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