Leading packaging engineering services provider Adept Packaging is announcing its certification in the Terracycle Loop program. The certification enables Adept Packaging to provide services to Loop partners to help them develop packaging that withstands the rigors of the loop distribution environment and cleaning process.
Loop is a circular shopping platform that transforms the packaging of your everyday essentials from single-use disposable to durable, feature-packed designs. Terracycle advises that “Loop hygienically cleans and sanitizes the empty packaging you send back so they are ready for reuse, instead of ending up as waste after a single use”.
“We are excited to be part of the program and be able to support global brand-owners in their bold goals to reduce the amount of single use plastic for packaging”, said David Foster, President of Adept Packaging. “Closing the loop in the circular economy has been a major challenge and Loop is providing the solution.”
About Adept Group: The Adept Group delivers best in class engineering, consulting, talent and digital solutions for the packaging world. With dedicated business units focused on each of those areas, Adept Group has assembled the top experts in the packaging industry to help companies reduce risk, increase speed to market, optimize cost, and transform the value of packaging. No other group has a more extensive network of experts, deeper roots, or a more comprehensive service offering for the packaging industry.
About TerraCycle: TerraCycle, Inc. is the world’s leader in the collection and repurposing of hard-to recycle post-consumer waste, ranging from used chip bags to coffee capsules to cigarette butts. The waste is collected through free, national, brand-funded recycling programs, as well as various consumer and government-funded models. The collected waste is reused, upcycled or recycled into a variety of affordable, sustainable consumer products and industrial applications. Each year, across 21 countries, TerraCycle collects and repurposes billions of pieces of waste, donating millions of dollars to schools and charities in the process. To learn more about TerraCycle or get involved in our recycling programs, please visit www.terracycle.com.