Virospack and Rezemo Offer More Sustainable Packaging

June 3, 2024 | by

Virospack has partnered with Rezemo to develop a plant-based dropper cap innovation. It uses a new ‘Forewood’ material, which replaces conventional plastic and is free of fossil substances while maintaining the same functionality and performance.
The ‘Forewood’ material combines wood fibers and biopolymers, enabling the production of unique materials that are 100% bio-based and contain no fossil-origin substances. It replaces fossil resources with renewable raw materials and is the idea behind 100% bio-based polymers.
The material’s properties can be adapted for different cosmetic packaging requirements and are renewable, infinitely available, and environmentally friendly. Replacing These polymers enables the material to be shaped by forming a malleable matrix around the wood fibers.
‘Forewood’ is certified by sustainable forestry (PEFC). It is composed of a biodegradable biopolymer, 100% compostable and plant-based, with 0% fossil resources, which reduces the CO2 footprint. 
Virospack also partnered with BrightSideUp for Upcycled Lighting Desing.
Virospack and BrightSideUp launched Upcycled Lighting Desing at Milan Design Week 2024. They showcased lighting fixtures made using glass residue from Virospack. This partnership highlights the versatility and quality of Virospack’s glass products, demonstrating their potential beyond traditional packaging applications.
Virospack believes that joining forces through innovative projects with companies seeking solutions for a more sustainable future is the best way to reposition the role of packaging providers in the consumer goods business.

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