TotalEnergies Packaging Now Made of 50% Recycled Polymers

01-Jul-23

TotalEnergies has begun packing Premium Wood Pellets in high-performance polyethylene bags incorporating 50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials.

The new innovative packaging is composed of a core layer of rPE2206, a low-density polyethylene (LDPE) grade made of 100% PCR content and part of the RE:clic circular polymer range, and high-performance Lumicene® and Supertough® metallocene virgin resins. It exhibits identical properties and thickness as fossil-based alternatives with a significantly reduced environmental footprint. Moreover, the printed area of the packaging has been reduced by 60% to improve recyclability and limit ink usage.

This development is the result of an internal effort within TotalEnergies to implement the circular economy in our own use of plastics.

This project milestone in TotalEnergies ambition of producing 30% circular polymers by 2030

Source:-TotalEnergies and Polymers

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