Decoration

CARDBOARD MATERIALS

Cardboard

What is cardboard made of?

Like paper, cardboard is made from pulp. Pine pulp is usually used, as pine trees grow quickly. The inner or middle layer of the double-walled paperboard may also contain recycled materials. Recycled materials are used here, as they are usually of lower quality than virgin pulp.

Is cardboard eco friendly material?

Cardboard is one of the most sustainable packaging materials because it is made from the renewable raw material wood. This makes it particularly eco-friendly with respect to extraction and production, as well as use and disposal.

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It is high time for eco-friendly packaging.

In the context of environmental protection, resource conservation and sustainable behaviour, consumers increasingly expect brands and products to offer environmentally friendly packaging. And at the top of the list of consumer demands is to reduce the use of plastic or replace plastic with other materials. In addition to the choice of materials, other parameters such as production, supply chain, waste management, energy concepts and carbon footprint reduction are becoming increasingly important to ensure that the packaging produced is truly environmentally friendly.


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Renewable Raw Materials

Renewable raw materials for folding boxes Corrugated board is one of the most sustainable packaging materials because it is made from wood, a renewable raw material. The processes used to extract the raw materials and the way corrugated board is produced, used and disposed of promote environmental responsibility: the use of FSC® and PEFC certified materials supports sustainable forestry and ensures a balanced carbon footprint in the fibre cycle. The carbon released at the end of the life cycle of cardboard, paperboard, paper packaging and promotional products is absorbed by renewable forests.


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