What is Natural Plastic?
What exactly is "natural" plastic? This is what we often receive from containers and packaging supplies. "Nature" is a simple plastic color. Some containers are white, some are black, others are green, blue, transparent or white. There is even a couple of epic loaded, like this violet PET bottle. These colors are easily defined. Blue Bottle This one-ounce Boston Round is exactly what you would expect: blue. Yellow will turn yellow. Green will be green. But, what color is natural?
Natural plastic is not very white, not very clear. It may be slightly opaque, or it may be almost clear. Take a look at this natural LDPE Boston and this natural HDPE F-style container to see the look of nature. You can also browse the pictures of the CPS catalog to see all the natural plastic containers that we offer. Just choose the color of your product "Nature" and it will do the job that works for you. Natural cases have various shapes and sizes, ranging from bucket to bathtub, round bottles from honey bear industry. They are not crystal clear, but can be translucent enough to see some of your products through their walls.
What Plastics can be “Natural” Colored?
Natural colored plastics can be found in HDPE (high-density polyethylene), MDPE (medium density polyethylene), LDPE (low density polyethylene), or PP (polypropylene) containers. When made of these resins, the original color is the blur "natural" color. Other plastic resins such as PS, PETE, and PVC are all clear in their original state. Dyes and colorants can be added to any resin to create a variety of colors, such as cobalt, green or yellow. However, if these colorants are not added, high density polyethylene, medium density polyethylene, low density polyethylene, and PP are originally "natural" coloring.
We have solved the mystery of what "natural" plastics are. It is certain that the uncolored resin is not very white or a clear color tone. At CPS, we advise you to request samples before you purchase your entire shipment. This ensures that the container of your choice meets your requirements. You will know how amazing your product looks natural colored containers.
Reuse Packaging and Improve the Environment
Have you seen how much packaging you throw away every day? Even if you recycle empty plastic yoghurt containers, cereal boxes, and ketchup bottles, it still adds really fast. You definitely feel much better to put these empty bottle recycling bins instead of trash. However, there are still a lot of work and effort required to convert those recycled items into usable materials. So, is there a solution for reducing your energy consumption and being more environmentally friendly with your packaging? There are: multiplexing packaging.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
If you remember your elementary school days, you may have learned that the "reduction, reuse, recycle" of the EPA designed this program to help people learn the ways to protect the environment. Today, let's focus on the second step of protecting the environment: reuse. We have become a community full of convenient, fast meals, often with a large number of packaging waste.
How do shops and restaurants try to reduce the amount of packaging used? Some grocery stores offer discounts if you put your own eco-friendly shopping bags. Other stores do not pack your groceries. And about fast food? Most of the time, these days comes bundles of paper napkins wrapped in paper or foam pallets. If fast-food restaurants try to eliminate packaging waste?
Choosing Reusable Containers
If you want to reduce the garbage load in your restaurant, you can use more reusable containers. In container and package supply, we have many different options for reusable containers. If you like the weight and attractiveness of glass, take a look at our glass jars. They have different shapes and sizes, and there may be one or two that are perfect for your needs. If you like plastic, we have a lot of plastic jars and tubs. If you are just looking for ways to minimize waste in your own home, shrink your recycling piles, you can also get reusable containers. Plastic drums can eliminate single-use plastic bags.
Another way to reduce waste and re-use the packaging is to buy bulk. Go to a large container and divide it into small plastic buckets. As a result, you do not have to discard a large number of disposable packaging like you if you buy your favorite snack in a smaller container.