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The Benefits of Sustainable Packaging


One of the main things consumers consider when buying products is sustainability. The choices we make when it comes to packaging materials have far-reaching consequences for our planet. Sustainable packaging aims to minimize harm to the environment by reducing waste, conserving resources, and lowering energy consumption. Traditional packaging, such as single-use plastics, can take centuries to decompose, contributing to pollution and


harming wildlife. In contrast, sustainable packaging options are biodegradable, recyclable, or compostable, reducing the burden on our ecosystems.


Sustainable packaging is also helping the environment by carbon footprint Sustainable packaging options are typically lighter and require less energy to produce and transport compared to their conventional counterparts. By using materials like cardboard or glass instead of heavy plastics, we can significantly reduce the carbon emissions associated with packaging.

At Evenlina we use sustainable materials. All of the cardboard and paper packaging and printed materials are 100% recyclable and meet all International Standards for cardboard and paper recycling. Our postal bags are made from 100% recycled plastic. This means that they can be placed in home-recycling bins. All our recycled paper and cardboard is


sourced in the UK or EU, lowering the distance needed to process it, and helping minimise local EU emissions. Our printed materials are all FSC-certified. Our packaging is produced in a facility that meets the requirements of the EU Labour Laws from our packaging to our garments.

Sustainable packaging is not just a trend; it's a necessity for our planet& its survival. It offers numerous benefits, from reducing environmental impact and conserving resources to meeting consumer demand and securing a place in a rapidly changing marketplace.


By choosing sustainable packaging, we can all play a part in creating a greener, cleaner, and more sustainable world.



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