Recyclable Packaging Solutions
Why Choose Recyclable Packaging?
Recyclable packaging is that made of only one material which can be recycled, suitable for mechanical recycling where existing recycling systems are in place.
The benefits of recyclable packaging are reflected in the followings.
DXC Recyclable Packaging Features
Recyclable Pouches Are the Future !
Recyclable pouches are becoming mainstream. Due to foreign and domestic pressures, as well as consumers’ demand for more earth-friendly options, countries are taking waste and recycling issues increasingly seriously and are always looking for viable solutions.
DXC Recyclable Pouches
Our pouches are made from level 4 recyclable LDPE or level 5 recyclable PP materials.
DXC recyclable barrier bag just only PE material and used EVOH coating on it for barrier function. EVOH is imported from Amcor, its OTR and WVTR both within 2.0, so it’s very close to Aluminum but eco-friendly.
LDPE as heat seal layer, it has better temperature resistance and toughness, the temperature range that can be used is -50～120℃. It can withstand frozen and boiling water temperature and have a wider range of applications and more convenient for storage, transportation and use in marine, hotter environments.
Frequently Ask Question
Our recyclable film has a moderate barrier to oxygen and moisture, most shelf-stable products are generally suitable for our recyclable pouches.
The entire pouch (including the zipper) is recyclable
A small temperature adjustment may be required for recyclable film, but a typical heat sealer will definitely seal these pouches.
Material structure BOPP / VMCPP, PE/VMPE have a metallised film, so if your packaging need light barrier, we suggest to choose this structure.
Sure! Shoot us an email for further information regarding our recyclable pouches- we’ll explain the nitty-gritty details.
You’ve probably noticed that many products have a number from 1- 7 inside the recycling symbol printed on the packaging. These numbers are categories of different materials commonly used for packaging, and help us determine which items we can recycle.