Understanding our plastic footprint and acting on plastic waste by investing in a circular economy is big steps in the direction of eliminating unnecessary plastics, one of the most persistent pollutants on earth.
Producing an ‘eco-friendly’ product involves the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes starting with the selection of low impact materials that promote longevity in our products. The ‘eco’ focus of this scenario is to design a product that has little or no damaging effect on the environment.

What is your company doing for the environment?

Most of us feel a moral obligation to make right the years of unnecessary waste but there are also financial factors to be considered. The growing market for the use of sustainable packaging proves there is a financial incentive for businesses to go green.

Maximising resources, reducing waste, taking advantage of reusable materials may take a little more brain power for us to configure but this process contributes to a more efficient and profitable distribution process. That’s the view GAPrie adopted when our reusable pallet nets were created. By taking ownership of sustainability and instilling that sense of ownership into employees, companies create meaningful solutions. PCNets has taken a long-term view to invest in our products with a potential $200,000 saving over 5 years, that is an immense contribution to the budget whilst reaching sustainability goals.

Companies are being forced to look closely at efficiency, while minimising product loss and damage. That is exactly what using PCNets helps to achieve. Consumers are willing to pay for ethical, environmentally friendly products, making morally responsible decisions. They are aware of not just the products themselves but the method by which those materials were produced and will be disposed of.

Change starts here and now.

Your company could extend and embrace sustainability from within the organisational operations, cutting costs and improving brand image while saving the planet.