BioFlex™ flexible packaging has sustainability benefits beyond its clean-energy end-of-life solution. Flexible packaging generally uses fewer resources to create, transport, and dispose of compared to other forms of packaging.

Also, unlike conventional flexible packaging, at the end of its life your packaging can be converted to clean energy*. This energy can be used to offset fossil fuels to heat homes or provide energy to the grid.

*BioFlex™ has been shown to increase Biogas production up to 46.3% compared to traditional plastic packaging in the ideal conditions of an anerobic digestor landfill over the course of 695 days, using the ASTM D5511-12 test.  When disposed of in a landfill with modern biogas capture technologies, this energy can be harnessed as a source of renewable energy.  Such a facility may not exist in your area.

Beverage Case Study
Compare Packaging Material Weight

60 lbs of Glass
Glass
6 lbs of Rigid Plastic
Rigid PET
3 lbs of Aluminum
Aluminum
1.5 lbs of Flexible Plastic
Flexible Plastic

Compare Transporting Glass Jars and Flexible Packaging

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As you can see, using a sustainable flexible packaging solution can significantly reduce energy consumption, and environmental impact.

BioFlex™ Solutions

What Can i do?

The change starts at home. We all have the purchasing power to consume plastic sustainably. We can use that power to support sustainable solutions and reduce our natural resource consumption.

What can my business do?

BioFlex™ packaging does not require changing our consumer habits, and the infrastructure it needs is already available in many areas.  As a business owner, you can feel confident that your sustainable solution is meeting its intended end-of-life.

BioFlex™ packaging increases the production of biogas in modern gas-capture landfills *.  Our solutions are perfect for pet food, coffee, nutraceuticals and all types of fresh, frozen, or dried food.

*BioFlex™ has been shown to increase Biogas production up to 46.3% compared to traditional plastic packaging in the ideal conditions of an anerobic digestor landfill over the course of 695 days, using the ASTM D5511-12 test.  When disposed of in a landfill with modern biogas capture technologies, this energy can be harnessed as a source of renewable energy.  Such a facility may not exist in your area.

The Movement Starts at home





With BioFlex™ Packaging there is no change to consumer habits.

A Solution For Today





We need a solutions that works for today to protect our planet in the future.

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Every 100 lbs. of discarded BioFlex™ packaging could power an electric vehicle for 13,000 km!