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Interpack 2017: Ecodesign dominates PackTheFuture competition

An HDPE bottle containing 100 per cent recycled material from the Yellow Sack (Yellow Bag) was among the winners at the 3rd PackTheFuture competition, which took place at Interpack this week. Manufactured by Germany’s Alpla Werke Alwin Lehner, it won in the Ecodesign category. The extrusion blow moulded HDPE bottles are filled with cleaning agents…

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