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Mega Airless Sees Sustainable Packaging As Standard For Cosmetics Packaging

August 2, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Sustainable packaging should be the norm in the cosmetics industry, according to Eric Desmaris, business development director of Germany-based packaging company Mega Airless. Desmaris also said “green packaging should not be special or optional packaging.” Mega Airless claims an increasing number of multinational and regional brand owners that believe in sustainability goals are adopting its neutral and 100 percent recyclable packaging solutions. Its airless packs offer enhanced protection for cosmetics formulations, while improving cosmetics companies’ ability to achieve their sustainability targets, the company said.
Andrew McDougall, "“Green packaging should be the norm, not an option”", Cosmetics Design , August 02, 2013, © William Reed Business Media SAS
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