TIPA in the News

September 29, 2021

Follow South Australia’s lead on compostable packaging

“If we’re serious about tackling food waste, all states must take South Australia’s lead and back compostable packaging”, Richard Fernandez of TIPA Compostable Packaging writes for PKN.
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.
March 18, 2021

Single-use and extended shelf life – TIPA-Perfotec Collaboration

The flexible packaging industry is dealing with the need to produce branded packaging that preserves the shelf-life of produce, also taking into consideration that flexible packaging becomes waste after a single use. A new partnership has been launched between TIPA and the Dutch company PerfoTec, developing laser micro-perforation technology for food packaging that solves these two issues that are being faced across the industry.
March 17, 2021

TIPA expands into Australian and New Zealand market with expert hire

Australasia’s compostable market has boomed in recent years, TIPA’s technology is designed to complement the efficient composting infrastructure active within the regions.
March 16, 2021

Richard Fernandez joins TIPA as Sales Director of Australia and New Zealand.

TIPA’s compostable solutions are supplying businesses across Australia and New Zealand, reducing plastic waste by transitioning to fully compostable materials.
February 19, 2021

Riverford choose TIPA in their move to compostable bags

Riverford’s partnership with TIPA is the latest step in Riverford’s committment to supply all its fresh fruit and vegetables in compostable packaging where packaging is needed. Riverford’s research found compostable packaging was the most effective eco-friendly packaging alternative to conventional plastic for fresh food quality.
February 19, 2021

Riverford replaces a million plastic bags with TIPA compostable packaging

Riverford’s research found compostable packaging was the most effective eco-friendly packaging alternative to conventional plastic for fresh food quality. The success of partnership has led to Riverford to order over 1 million compostable bags for the year ahead.
February 11, 2021

TIPA and PerfoTec double fresh produce shelf life with compostable barrier film

Says TIPA, “Our compostable home films have gas and moisture transmission rates that are very different to conventional plastic. Our oxygen and carbon dioxide transmission rate combined with our high moisture transmission rate and PerfoTec’s LMPT optimize the permeability of flexible packaging. This enables the optimal conditions to be created to extend the shelf life of produce and flowers.”