Home Compostable Packaging

What is Home compostable packaging?

Home Compostable packaging achieves a complete breakdown of the entire packet, which includes the material of the packet, the adhesive that seals the packet, and even the ink used for printing. There is no component of a fully accredited home compostable package that won’t disappear within a home compost bin or a green bin, allowing the package to become organic rich soil within a measured period of time (less than 26 weeks!) in your very own residence.

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Sustainable ways for the packaging industry

Australia is on a roadmap to a better and more sustainable way of life and is currently ranking 35th on the global climate change. Striving to contribute less and make an impact, machinery manufacturers are continuously developing new and innovative solutions to minimise wastage and maximum recycling and composting opportunities. Perfect Automation support the market change and offer a range of solutions that fit within the new scheme of environmental change. Continue reading “Sustainable ways for the packaging industry”

The world’s fastest Box Motion Flow Wrapper is ready for the future of the packaging industry

New technology, faster motion, increased opportunities.

Have you ever considered branching your brand and products yet you’ve been stuck due to distribution obstacles? Introducing the world’s fastest Omori EP-7000 BUX Box Motion Flow Wrapper.

World’s Fastest Flow Wrapper

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Sustainable Packaging by 2025

The roadmap to sustainable packaging is already in motion and there is a lot of production companies making the switch to sustainable packaging to reduce their footprint on our environment. 

CompostMe has partnered with Perfect Automation in the bid to help our customers understand their product and package it in a sustainable packaging material that is actually home compostable and able to breakdown if the product still lands in landfill or our oceans. 

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