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Detpak's new Enveloop delivers sustainable courier bag solutionA pioneering South African innovation has produced a unique eco-friendly packaging alternative for the courier industry, called Enveloop. The paper courier bag by Detpak is biodegradable, compostable and the most cost-effective of its kind. 25 Oct 2021 Read more

South Africans called to play their part this National Recycling DaySouth Africans have long become familiar with the call to recycle their waste. This has become ever more apparent as people worked from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, as the waste that was normally generated in the office parks and business operations is now being generated and piling up at home. 13 Sep 2021 Read more

Mpact invests over R500 million in growth projects after returning R257 million to shareholdersMpact, the largest paper and plastics packaging business and recycler in southern Africa, reported the results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 today. Bruce Strong, Mpact Chief Executive Officer said: "Mpact continues to show tremendous resilience, firmly anchored in our purpose of making a difference, providing our customers with sustainable packaging and giving effect to the circular economy through our integrated business model. 5 Aug 2021 Read more

Are you responsible for plastic packaging?Bear with us as we take the opportunity to say it as it is: You should be part of the plastic packaging solution. The 'how' may be a bit more complex and depends on who you are and where you fit into the value chain, of course. 6 Jul 2021 Read more

A few simple hacks when grocery shopping that help the planetWe all want to live a 'greener,' more sustainable life and leave as small a footprint on this planet as possible. Thankfully, in this day and age it is entirely possible to do so, which is good news because one of the threats facing South Africa is that we are running out of landfill space. This means every South African needs to be conscious of doing their bit to make a difference. 5 Jul 2021 Read more


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