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Why compost is key to cutting emissions in US

Gary Robinson, Director of Public Affairs at TIPA describes the need for compost in the US; “It’s a major step toward a greener nation, but to succeed it will not only need the support of our politicians and people; it will need a change in the way we package our food, too. By switching to compostable packaging, people are encouraged to separate their food waste. With compostable packaging, you don’t have to get your hands dirty separating old food from its plastic packaging to ensure it goes in your food waste bin; you can simply dispose of the packaging alongside the food.”

Washington farm takes on plastic packaging problem

In a bid to combat plastic waste, Diamondback Acres has partnered with TIPA Compostable Packaging to package its organic cherries in TIPA’s certified home-compostable zipper bags. By moving to compostable zipper bags the farm has reduced its use of plastic by 3,000 pounds in the first year. TIPA’s compostable zipper bags perform like conventional plastic but can be disposed of using existing composting infrastructure including home compost bins, leaving no waste behind.

Inspired by nature: TIPA’s compostable packaging could put an end to the use of plastic in the food sector

Our use of plastics has surged during the pandemic; think masks, gloves, takeaway boxes and bottles of sanitisers, which are eventually discarded in terrestrial or marine environments. But it has also allowed us to rethink our relationship with the environment, says Nissenbaum. “Governments are looking to turbo-charge the economy by supporting businesses and new industries that can bring new solutions to the table.

Amcor strikes compostable packaging deal

Amcor will manufacture, supply, and distribute TIPA’s technology in the Australian market, including compostable packaging for fresh foods and bakery items, removing traditional plastic bags and packaging from the waste stream.

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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.