Seal has stated its intention to assist customers in reaching net zero by making its raw materials, products, and their eventual disposal as environmentally friendly as possible.
The Itsnotpaper bag series is a practical and sustainable alternative to conventional paper bags, according to the business.
Seal claims that the material used to produce Itsnotpaper bags has been put through a Life Cycle Assessment to verify that it is sustainable from raw materials to finished product.
They’re just as adaptable and water-resistant as regular paper bags, and they can be printed in the same manner.
“Not one tree has been chopped down,” according to Sally Gabbitas, who claims that the Itsnotpaper bag will “revolutionise the UK and globe bag markets” in the coming years.
We’re pleased to announce that Itsnotpaper bags were created in collaboration with envoPAP, the first certified B Corporation in the paper and packaging business in the United Kingdom, and a major U.K. bag specialist. For the first time in my professional life, I get to advocate for a product that has been verified to be biodegradable in marine environments. These revolutionary bags are a genuine sustainable alternative to regular paper bags since they are 100% recyclable and can be recycled in conventional paper recycling streams and because we have 100% biodegradable certification.
It was her contention that while certain containers are compostable, if the necessary facilities do not exist, recycling should be the default.
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