Understanding the Challenges.
Working Together on Solutions.
This report aims to identify the challenges, as well as the opportunities, for the industry to improve plastic recycling as sustainability plays a larger role and drives change.
The following key insights are covered within the report:
- Do plastics belong in our future?
- Consumer beliefs and attitudes
- Plastic and its alternatives
- Moving towards a circular economy
- A next step: fixing recycling systems
- The way ahead: plastic is not waste
Our Vision: Create a path to a more sustainable future for packaging
RingCycles™ vs. Paperboard: Which Package is More Sustainable?
Hi-Cone has adopted a science-based approach to evaluating different packaging types. Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) are the standard for quantifying the environmental impacts of different packaging options.
When you consider the entire cradle-to-grave story, Hi-Cone RingCycles™, made from 50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) content, show sustainable advantages in every impact category studied.
Want to know more about how Hi-Cone is the most sustainable multi-packaging solution? Download the data sheets here:
Hi-Cone will have a seat at the table during the 2020 Responsible Business Summit in New York City from March 17-18, and in London from May 27-28, discussing the circular economy and how we can all work together toward a more sustainable future. Industry leaders, investors, government representatives, and NGO’s meet to brainstorm and share ideas that will help shape the future of sustainability in business.
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Hi-Cone is proud to partner with the Ocean Conservancy to end plastic waste.
Every year, volunteers with Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) collect millions of items off beaches and waterways around the world. A lot needs to be done to address the problem of ocean waste, including moving to a more circular model where items are reused and recycled rather than tossed away. The Ocean Conservancy has commended Hi-Cone for working to ensure its products are made of recycled materials. As a founding member of the Trash Free Seas Alliance®️, Hi-Cone actively worked with the Ocean Conservancy to develop aggressive goals to minimize plastic waste entering the ocean. Hi-Cone’s partnership with the Ocean Conservancy dates back to 1994, with employees participating in beach cleanups among other volunteer initiatives to support the environment and minimize ocean waste.
DID YOU KNOW?
According to the Ocean Conservancy, of the millions of waste items collected globally, less than 0.07% were plastic ring carriers.