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Graphic Packaging Holding Company (NYSE: GPK) (“the Company”) announced today the release of OptiCycle™, a new, innovative line of non-polyethylene (PE) coated, single-use foodservice packaging that provides an alternative to traditional PE and polylactic acid (PLA) coated products.

Household paper products wrapped in paper packaging significantly reduce environmental impact.

Leading global thermoformer TEQ has announced that its sub-brand Fibrepak can now use pulp made from 100 percent recovered waste paper in the manufacturing process of its sustainable packaging products.

Newly developed technologies are constantly challenging the limits of what paper can do. With the introduction of two innovative product ranges, Ahlstrom-Munksjö continues to provide sustainable, fiber-based solutions for consumers.

Norske Skog has expanded its partnership with Ocean GeoLoop to support development, testing and commercialisation of their highly promising Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilisation (CCS/CCU) technologies.

The first product in Lecta’s new polyethylene-free “Era” range of nature-friendly packaging.

Researchers at TU Graz develop green alternatives to fossil raw materials. Bio-based materials are expected to reduce pollution and drive the shift to a more sustainable economy.

Researchers at KTH have developed a more eco-friendly way to remove heavy metals, dyes and other pollutants from water. The answer lies in filtering wastewater with a gel material taken from plant cellulose and spiked with small carbon dots produced in a microwave oven.

Pulp mill waste hits the road instead of the landfill

Plastics are one of the world’s largest polluters, taking hundreds of years to degrade in nature.

VTT is testing Thermocell plastic film made of cellulose and fatty acids in the production of food packaging in cooperation with Arla Foods, Paulig, and Wipak.

Researchers at the University of Maryland have turned ordinary sheets of wood into transparent material that is nearly as clear as glass, but stronger and with better insulating properties. It could become an energy efficient building material in the future.