Flair Introduces Recyclable ENVi™ Pouches

Premade Pouches Boast Consumer-Friendly How2Recycle® Label

Flair Flexible Packaging has introduced a line of recyclable multi-layer laminated film pouches. Called ENVi™, the pouches are approved by How2Recycle'®s Store Drop-Off label program of the Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC). The How2Recycle® label clearly and concisely communicates to consumers how and where to recycle the pouch.

ENVi™ pouches are approved for participating in-store drop-off recycling programs; available in both standard and high barrier structures with exceptional barrier performance, and customizable with press-to-close zippers, hang holes, tear notches, clear windows, and exceptional gloss or matte, or partial matte printing.

Cheryl Miller, head of operations for Flair said flexible packaging has long been a sustainable packaging solution at every stage of its lifecycle except end-of-life. “It’s lightweight, protects product freshness to prevent waste, guards products in transit and storage, and now it can be recycled after use,” she said. “Now we have a packaging solution that honors the environment at the same time it honors brand owners’ sustainability values in the marketplace. ENVi™ pouches genuinely support a circular economy where recyclers receive good quality material and consumers are empowered to recycle more and recycle better.”

For more information: 
April So
Flair Flexible Packaging 
april.so@flairpackaging.com

Source: Flair Flexible Packaging Corporation


Categories: Food and Beverage Manufacturing, Recycling, Packaging

Tags: Branding, Corporate Social Responsibility, Flair Flexible Packaging, How2Recycle, Packaging Solutions, Recyclable Pouch, Recycling, Sustainability, Sustainable Packaging


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April So
Flair Flexible Packaging Corporation
Flair Flexible Packaging Corporation
4100 72nd Ave SE
Calgary, Alberta T2C 2C1
Canada