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TIPA in the News

July 22, 2021

Help climate change save the plant by taking a job in conservation

As temperatures and devastating floods are soaring across Europe, climate change is headlining on the agenda ahead of World Nature Conservation Day. Co-founder and CEO of TIPA, Daphna Nissenbaum, explains why companies that care about environment conservation can attract the best staff, as workers become more environ¬mentally aware.
July 28, 2021

Amcor strikes compostable packaging deal with Israel’s TIPA

Global packaging leader Amcor partners with TIPA to manufacture compostable packaging in Australia and New Zealand as it looks for plastic alternatives to reduce waste.
July 21, 2021

Studies find that Compostable Packaging allow longer shelf-life of Vegetables than Conventional Plastic

Scientists at the Agricultural Research Organization (ARO), The Volcani Institute (Israel), found that compostable packaging enables shelf-life of bell peppers up to 21 days and cucumbers up to 15 days than conventional plastic. TIPA’s compostable packaging was used in these studies.
July 1, 2021

UK consumers believe Plastic Packaging Tax should treat compostable materials differently, survey shows.

Survey reveals that most of the UK public thinks the new Plastic Packaging Tax can help curb plastic waste significantly, however, compostable materials should be treated differently from traditional plastic. Industry leaders, politicians, and campaigners believe that this decision ‘undermines’ the purpose of a waste-free solution.
June 30, 2021

The plastic that degrades like an orange peel

We are excited to take part in this vibrant series produced by BBC StoryWorks, which tells the stories of people, across the world, creating Better Lives Through Better Business.
June 30, 2021

Brits want food wrapped in eco-friendly compostable packaging – not plastic.

A new UK poll reveals that eight in ten people support the plastic packaging tax due to come in April next year, but don’t want it to penalize greener options, like compostable packaging.
June 3, 2021

TIPA expands presence in North America

U.S. demand for high-quality compostable packaging solutions is growing, and TIPA is expanding in the region! Introducing our North America team: Michael Waas, John Michels and Gary Robinson. Consumers are looking for sustainable alternatives to traditional plastic packaging, and waiting for the pioneering brands that see the commercial and environmental opportunities in making the transition to compostable packaging for products.
May 6, 2021

TIPA ships compostable garment bags to TV productions sets

TIPA provides compostable garment bags for TV productions sets across the UK, supplied by Simply Stem, for shows on BBC, Netflix, Disney and others. Charlotte Michel, co-founder, Simply Stem, said: “we have seen firsthand the amount of waste that is produced throughout filming. We knew there had to be more sustainable alternatives to single-use plastic out there… TIPA’s garment bags are the perfect addition to our product line-up as we seek to find innovative solutions for all departments on set.”
April 7, 2021

Santini is using TIPA compostable packaging

Santini is working with TIPA, manufacturers of biodegradable packaging. Santini now packages all clothing in compostable bags. The new bags feature a mix of special polymers that can be disposed of in an organic waste bin.
March 29, 2021

The future of food is all about robot farmers and electrocuting weeds

We’re honored to be recognized by WIRED as agrifood startups who are creating a sustainable future for food!
March 19, 2021

From upcycling to the choice of natural materials, Hast makes its fashion imprint in sustainability

After several months of reflection, the leaders discovered the Israeli company TIPA, founded by Daphna Nissenbaum, whose polymer-based technology makes it possible to manufacture packaging as resistant as plastic, but domestically compostable. 100% of the packaging of our shirts is made with the TIPA solution.