APC Packaging's patented refillable system utilizes PP, but can also be created with up to 75% PCR by package weight. The internal cartridge can be recycled and a new cartridge can be used with the same actuator and outer bottle. Both of these features reduce the carbon footprint and environmental impact of the ARS.
Director of Engineering & Development at APC Packaging, Robert Bulla has been selected as a speaker at this year’s Sustainable Cosmetics Summit. Bulla will be speaking about sustainable packaging including material selection, refillable components, PCR and what it means to be truly sustainable.
Industry experts discuss the packaging needs of a circular economy. How can cosmetic firms close their packaging materials loops? Is the way forward with sustainable materials or by removing packaging altogether?
The COVID-19 pandemic and rising needs for sustainable solutions have created unprecedented demands for packaging innovation in beauty and personal care. In a new wide-ranging conversation, APC Packaging’s CEO, Lisa Lin, and director of engineering and innovation, Robert Bulla, discuss the implications of the pandemic and longer-term innovation concerns regarding sustainability.APC Packaging was recently recognized for sustainability excellence by LUXlife Magazine and has managed to maintain service during the COVID-19 outbreak.
APC Packaging’s Airless Refillable System represents an evolution in sustainable packaging for the cosmetics industry. The patent-pending refillable system utilizes polypropylene throughout the entire system and can be used with Post-Consumer Recycling (PCR) to reduce the carbon footprint and environmental impact.
APC Packaging’s Refillable Jar represents an evolution in sustainable packaging for the skincare industry. APC Packaging works with you to ensure that your brand DNA and Sustainability requirements are met.