Right: Grey recyclate buckets from Jokey Group for containing clay plaster consist of at least 50% PCR

Jokey has also reached an agreement with

Repsol and Spanish organic dairy company Cantero de Letur for the use of recycled plastic packing for its cheese products. Manufactured by Jokey, this sustainable packaging will use Repsol’s ISCC Plus certified Reciclex circular PP. The technologies used by Repsol to manufacture these circular resins make it possible to take advantage of non-recyclable plastic waste that would otherwise end up in landfill. Thus, waste becomes a new raw material for Repsol’s processes, to produce new circular materi- als with the same quality and functionality as virgin resins. Therefore, they are also even suitable for the food industry with its high quality and hygiene requirements. In early 2020, Repsol certified all its petrochemical complexes to produce under the ISCC Plus accreditation. Jokey received this certifica- tion in August 2020 at four production sites, including Spain. This certification stands for the use and traceability of recycled materials. “As we currently see the evolving market of new sustainable materials, the Repsol-Jokey-Cantero project is one of the first to pilot the purpose of demonstrating the long-term applicability of recycled plastics,” says Michael Schmidt, Chief Procurement Officer at Jokey. “Real, working business and material flow models will attract more partners and drive segments and the plastics industry toward a circular economy.” According to Fernando Arroyo, Polypropylene

Below: Berry Bramlage Industrial’s range of standard

containers are now being manufactured with at least 30% PCR plastic

Director at Repsol, the new alliance will allow continuation in the company’s ambition to recycle the equivalent of 20% of its polyolefins production. Repsol says it is fully committed to the circular economy, having a circular economy strategy since 2016. The 50ml size of the Ambiente Deo 2000 oval

deodorant stick is now being produced containing 95% coloured PCR plastic, says rigid packaging converter Berry Bramlage. This latest develop- ment, it says, underlines its ability to incorporate enhanced sustainability benefits into its advanced


container designs while maintaining the pack’s performance, functionality and on-shelf impact. It meets consumer demands for convenient packag- ing with a strong environmental commitment. In addition, the deodorant stick can be supplied with a label made from 100% recycled polyethylene – 50% PCR and 50% post-industrial. Available in four sizes – 10ml, 15ml, 50ml and 75ml – the Ambiente Deo 2000 has been adopted by many global brands for a variety of applications including deodorants, solid perfumes, sun care and body products. It provides the ideal travel size pack, and the choice of sizes enables the development of family ranges. A wide palette of decoration options is available to create brand individualisation and promote a premium image. The high-quality finish and ease of use of the finished pack also help to deliver an enhanced consumer experience for daily beauty rituals, the company says. Berry Bramlage Industrial’s range of standard containers are now being manufactured with at least 30% PCR plastic. Five litre containers are being produced with 50% PCR while the large stackable range in sizes up to 25 litres incorporate 30%. Importantly, the introduction of PCR has been achieved while maintaining the containers’ robust- ness and durability that ensures reliable long-term protection for products and easy handling for the end user. The containers can be specified in a range of colours including blue, grey and red. They are being manufactured at Berry Bramlage’s Moirans facility in France, with the PCR sourced locally. Versions containing PCR for the transport and storage of hazardous products are currently in development.




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