ASTERIA SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS
Our commitment to the planet starts with the materials we use. Say goodbye to traditional, resource-intensive paper stocks.
From beauty over health care to food and beverages, today, any industry is driven by innovation. While developing new innovative solutions to meet your label and packaging goals, we keep your industry in mind. Find your label or packaging solution by browsing our industries.
Less is more
AN ECO-FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVE
We offer eco-friendly alternatives, including recycled, FSC-certified, and chlorine-free options. By choosing us, you’re making a conscious choice to reduce your carbon footprint without sacrificing print quality.
The use of thinner raw materials has many advantages. Logically, fewer raw material is needed. This results in 16% more labels per roll, 13% fewer roll changes, and up to 25% less waste. Moreover, these materials take up less space, thus saving on storage and transport.
By using thinner raw materials production is more productive, cost-effective, and sustainable than when using conventional raw materials. Don’t worry, these materials are of equal quality to your usual standard materials.
Asteria Group has a strict purchasing policy for all its raw materials. You can opt for materials made from recycled sources (in whole or in part). Whether it is paper, cardboard, or plastic. In particular, we offer RPE (made from 30% recycled PE), RPP (made from recycled PP waste), and RMC (made from recycled paper waste).
Additionally, materials manufactured from (wholly or partly) alternative sources, such as sugar cane or grass, can be an option. On a daily basis, we have bio-based PE, made from sugar cane ethanol instead of fossil raw materials, and bio-based PP, made from non-fossil raw materials, such as vegetable oils in stock.
We can offer raw materials that consist of recycled material or are even fully biodegradable or compostable.
By using such packaging materials, you offer the end consumer an extra service. Recycling is no longer necessary, these materials break down by themselves. A beautiful example is our biodegradable coffee cup.