To justify its choice of milk packaging, in 2014 Bio+ requested an LCA study that would answer the question: ‘Which milk packaging has the lowest environmental-impact?’
In 2013 Wageningen UR (University & Research centre) conducted an investigation into the recycling of beverage cartons. The LCA Centre was brought in to carry out a supplementary laboratory analysis that would verify the thoroughness of this investigation.
That more sustainable can also mean less expensive was proven by the LCA study we carried out in 2014 for Oxyma Fulfilment Solutions (OFS) on behalf of its client, KPN. The objective was to gain insight into the environmental-impact of the SIM card packaging KPN was using at the time.
Sustainability is a very important theme for Oosterbeek Packaging and Alpha Packaging. As members of the same group of companies they want to inform their clients as accurately and fully as possible regarding the environmental consequences of their packaging. In 2015 a group of their employees participated in a Life Cycle Thinking training session at The LCA Centre.
In 2015, at the request of the Bright® brand, we worked out a new standard for the qualification of disposables. This innovative project received the support and cooperation of scientists and the Natuur & Milieu Foundation.