The industry is facing many challenges, including high expectations towards sustainability. The scope for improvement ranges from developing alternative solutions, to providing best-in-class working environments across supply chains.
We are committed to progressing towards more sustainable solutions and processes and to support our clients and partners in their own transitions.
Achieving more with less – Thinpact contributes to creating a positive impact on our environment.
We can respond to your challenges through product design analysis and develop eco-responsible solutions together.
We can support the industry with a diverse range of alternative products which will contribute to lowering their impact on the environment.
By mastering our clients’ industry regulations, we anticipate and bring the required changes to their product designs.
Our solutions are empowered by our strong network of R&D partners with experts at each level of the supply chain.
Our unique expertise in botanical reconstitution reclaims remnants of ingredients to avoid waste.
Monitors impact of our products through an ‘Eco-score Card’ assessment.
A filtering media range offering sustainable alternative solutions for tobacco products.
GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
A five year program to reduce our energy consumption by 15%.
A major current focus area of our Thinpact sustainability initiative is looking into how we can reduce the amount of plastic waste in our industry when it comes to packaging. To that end, our ‘eco-packaging’ project started at the end of last year to find a solution which continues to guarantee the highest quality protection for products but does away with the environmentally harmful aspects.
We help to support many aspects of our customers’ sustainability ambitions, the packaging remains lightweight, and is targeted at being cost neutral when compared to legacy solutions. We will continue to develop these eco-design solutions alongside our customers and will look to extend further into re-usability of certain packaging where possible.
The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it. We are at the beginning of a long journey. There is a lot to learn, improve and develop. Let’s go further together and join the online brainstorming!