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Leading manufacturer unveils revolutionary packaging upgrade to wine and spirits products: ‘It’s a win-win’

Talia Resnick of TheCoolDown reports on a packaging scheme to reduce pollution.

The C3 Take
  • Amcor, a global packaging supply giant, has begun to package wine and spirit bottles with 90% recycled tin in an effort to net-zero operational emissions by 2050.
  • In addition to Amcor, Hefty is working to reduce plastics in landfills and Material Return is taking action to reduce textile waste from the fast-fashion industry.
  • The private sector is doing incredible work to reduce pollution and waste.

“Bertrand Daru, Amcor’s sustainability director, stated to Packaging Gateway: ‘This strategic shift means that our customers benefit from the same premium caps and sparkling foils, but with a more sustainable profile that supports their own environmental targets,’ signaling a trickle-down positive sustainability impact.”

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