Eco-Friendly Recycled Paper Board Top and Bottom Boxes
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Our Paperboard top & bottom boxes are versatile and lightweight recycled packaging option – perfect for primary packaging options, especially for apparel and cosmetics. They convey the brand message and add a layer of protection without being bulky or adding to the weight in your shipping costs and what makes it better is that it is a completely biodegradable shipping box. They can also be used as luxury apparel boxes and maintained as a premium packaging option.
Popular Uses: Apparel, Baked Good, Food Items, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Wellness, Gifting
Country of Origin: India
Material : Recycled Paper Board
Printing on recycled paper rather than virgin paper eliminates the resource utilization and environmental impacts related to forestry, landfilling wastepaper, and the production of paper from virgin pulp. The latter is also more water intensive than the production of deinked recycled fiber. In addition to reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills, recycling paper also cuts the production of landfill methane from decomposing waste, a major contributor to climate change. This alone has avoided the creation of more than 20 million metric tons of CO2 equivalents a year in the United States.
End of Life: Biodegradable
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