H2poly is a water soluble proprietary resin produced and formulated to provide a responsible end of life (EOL) for single use plastics. Made from specialty hydrophilic (water-liking) polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) derived from petroleum sources and is certified non-toxic in marine environments according to ASTM D6691 testing standard and instantly dissolves into solution at temperatures exceeding 70C and harmlessly washes away in the greywater.
At YFYJupiter, we’ve been investing in, mentoring and developing sustainable packaging specialists that will make a difference to your packaging and eco-friendly goals. These specialist tackle all the gray areas in what it means to produce sustainably acronym friendly packaging. SIOC (Ship in its own container), FFP (frustration free) and OOBE (Out of Box Experiences) to name a few
Npulp® is developed using a revolutionary process which takes waste straw and converts it to pulp. It's developed through a patented process using no harsh chemicals and far less water than traditional pulp / paper making. Npulp is used to make molded packaging components and can be used as medium in corrugated green packaging designs.
This sustainable packaging option performs as good as heavier weight liner board. By reducing the weight we use less material.
In turn, this weight saving reduces costs on air shipments.
We provide design solutions and alternative materials to eliminate foam and plastic used in all the components of packaging. Clients consistently ask us to “design out” EPS and other plastics from their packaging. Even for fragile or heavy items like this stand mixer, our engineers are able to develop (ISTA passing) solutions from corrugated paper and molded fiber.
Our 100% post-consumer waste Bristol Board, which can be used for hangtags and price tickets, has made a hugely positive impact on the environment.
We've calculated that we've saved hundreds of thousands of trees by switching our customers to this environmentally friendly paper stock.
Our partnership with YFYJupiter supports HP's packaging environmental strategy...Linda Chau, Director of Packaging and Media, HP