Embalator, a leading manufacturer of packaging solutions, and Borealis, a leading provider of innovative polyolefin solutions, are expanding their product range in close collaboration.
Borealis Emballator supplies bio-polypropylene for buckets and cans. The raw material is made from recovered and recycled vegetable oils and frying oil.
– For products containing PE, it has been possible for several years to obtain products from bio-materials, but for PP, it has not yet been possible to produce bio-PP products from renewable sources by following the ISCC approved mass equilibrium principle. With this new quality, the product contains at least 30 percent of bio-available polypropylene, says Richard Johansson, Emballator Lagan’s director of sales and marketing.
Biomaterials can be used in all products produced by Embalator Lagan. The packaging produced by Embalator is 100 percent recyclable as PP, creating a circular solution that can reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
At Borealis, we keep updating our range of circular products for a more sustainable life. This partnership with Embalator is another step in our commitment to renewable/bio products that dramatically reduce packaging’s carbon footprint, says Trevor Davis, global commercial director for consumer products.
With Borealis as a partner, we will reduce the carbon dioxide emissions of the current product and maintain the current quality of our products, says Richard Johansson.
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