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Compostable Packaging Sleeves


Your brand’s green practices don’t have to stop once your product reaches your customer. To truly make a difference, you need to consider what happens to your product’s packaging after your customers start using your product. Using recyclable and compostable materials is a great way to reduce waste and give packaging a new life.

Ensure that your packaging sleeves avoid the trash can by choosing one of our fully compostable or recyclable options. The type of closure and adhesive you choose determines how your packaging sleeves can be disposed of. Our interlocking tab and slot closures allow your sleeves to be composted in both home compost piles and municiple composting facilities. This type of closure, along with our sticker closure, is also curbside recyclable.

Compostable Interlocking Tabs

Want a compostable packaging sleeve? Our packaging sleeves with interlocking tab and slot closures are the perfect choice!

Our sleeves with interlocking closures eliminate the need for any type of adhesive that could contaminate compost. They are made entirely out of recycled paper and are printed with our plant-based inks. This means that when your customers are done with them, the sleeves can return valuable nutrients to the soil through composting with no risk of contamination. These sleeves are also recyclable, if composting isn’t an option.

Recyclable Stickers

Need a closure with extra security and strength, but still want to be eco-friendly? Consider our packaging sleeves with sticker closures! All parts of these sleeves are fully recyclable, including the sticker.

These packaging sleeves are made of paper that can be recycled and used to create new products. Our stickers also use materials that are fully recyclable. This means that your customers won’t have to worry about separating out any non-recyclable materials before throwing the packaging into the recycling bin. It’s a win-win for your customers and the environment!

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