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[GreenYes] Re: Product Packaging Question


Dear Joy-

We did some work for one of our members awhile back on environmentally
responsible packaging. Here¹s some of the stuff we tracked down online. From
a recycling standpoint, I encourage the use of a bulk type material made of
recycled paperboard. (and I know a lot of small business that have done many
creative things with newspaper and cardboard). Check out the Treehugger
pieces first. Treehugger is very good at connecting products to issues and
since they¹re an E-zine you often find dozens of associated links. Readers
also leave comments that are usually as interesting and informative as the
articles. Hope this helps.

http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/04/ecopackaging_co_5.php
http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/01/green_packaging.php


http://www.natureworksllc.com/
http://www.packagingdigest.com/articles/200609/72c.php
http://www.packaging-technology.com/contractors/containers/eco-pack/
http://www.ecoairpack.com/
http://www.enviropak.com/?gclid=CI301a7D2IoCFQ4hgQodNFVWww
http://www.bladenbox.com/Eco_Friendly.aspx
http://news.thomasnet.com/IMT/archives/2002/10/green_packaging.html
http://www.ufpt.com/moldedfiber.asp

--
David Biddle, Executive Director
<http://www.blueolives.blogspot.com>
Greater Philadelphia Commercial Recycling Council
P.O. Box 4037
Philadelphia, PA 19118

215-247-3090 (desk)
215-432-8225 (cell)

<http://www.gpcrc.com>

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on 3/2/07 12:39 PM, Joy Kingsborough at joyking@no.address wrote:

>
> Hello! This is my first post in this group. I have been reading and
> enjoying all of the conversations and information exchanges over the
> last few weeks. It is such a pleasure to find a group of people
> actively looking for solutions!
>
> I am co-owner of an energy efficient lighting company. We resale
> products online and work with energy suppliers and other sales channel
> partners to bring quality energy efficient products to consumers. We
> are a new business and are still working out the kinks of our shipping
> processes. My question to the group is:
>
> Do you have any recommendations...know of any
> resources...suppliers...etc. who offer packaging and shipping
> materials that are eco-friendly? We are looking for boxes and
> something that will keep our breakable products secure during
> shipping. I am not comfortable using peanuts even though this is what
> I am doing currently. I am reusing the peanuts that are shipped to us
> from our manufacturers, but sometimes I need additional packing
> material.
>
> I look forward to any feedback and suggestions you may have.
>
> Sincerely,
> Joy Kingsborough
> BulbMe LLC
> 3116 S. Mill Ave., Ste. 182
> Tempe, AZ 85282
> 480-471-5810
>
>
> >
>






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