In 2023, Raiku wins GREEN AWARD for its eco-friendly alternative to plastic bubble wrap, using wood as a substitute.
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DISTINCTEEV – HK BIOTECH LIMITED – LYSPACKAGING – REZEMO GMBH – RAIKU – RESTALK FRANCE – SUSMATA
SENSE AND SENSORY MATERIALS
Discover these start-ups that combine nature and innovation to create revolutionary and surprising materials that are 100% natural, bio-sourced, augmented, recycled, etc.
Natural, bio-sourced, augmented, recycled materials… During their pitches, these gems will answer the questions that brands are asking themselves: how to combine the characteristics of luxury with the objectives of sustainable development ?
They were at the show :
Uses wool to replace plastic for protective packaging applications. Thermal insulation, shock resistance and humidity control are some of the qualities of this material, as an alternative to bubble wrap.
- LEBIU DESIGN
Is an innovative design company based on the island of Sardinia. We provide bio-based textiles from cork stoppers’ waste.
Manufactures biodegradable or even more easily recyclable packaging. This is the objective of a large-scale alliance between five industrial groups in western France: Elixance, Europlastiques, Polymaris Biotechnology, Séché Environnement and Triballat Noyal.
Transforms marine waste (oysters, scallops, mussels and periwinkles) into responsible, sustainable & aesthetic materials for construction and interior furnishing.
Was born with a vision to fight climate change by developing circular manufacturing processes. Its proprietary catalytic chemistry process converts carbon dioxide (CO2) waste from hard-to-abate industrial sites into valuable materials, such as polyethylene terephthalate (PET) pellets.
Is a next-generation biomaterial made with our sustainably grown mycelium.
- RECYC LEATHER
Is an innovative material produced through an intelligent recycling process of leather scraps from different products. With a growing demand for ethical, eco-friendly and recycled products, Recyc Leather manufactures both recycled leather and finished products, offering an environmentally friendly alternative to virgin leather.
Is a project of valorization of apple pomace – waste (or co-product) from the cider industry.
Offers an alternative to metal, precious or not, in decorative and technological applications where its appearance or optical properties are essential.
Originating in academic research, the technology we are developing uses new generation pigments, totally organic, that allow us to reproduce the metallic appearance: for a metallic shine without metal!
Promotes and develops innovative hemp and flax materials.
SORTING CHALLENGE by CITEO
In the face of the ecological emergency, in order to support and encourage changes in behaviour, CITEO invited you to take part in a sorting challenge to test your knowledge and dispel many preconceived ideas about recycling, reuse and packaging! Your move now!
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Consult their study on the perceptions of luxury packaging among French people
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And their support in eco-design and responsible communication
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PARTICIPATIVE PLASTIC RECYCLING with SAMJI
“From waste to object” is the slogan of SAMJI which combines decoration and eco-responsibility.
Stemming from the Precious Plastic movement, the SAMJI workshop will propose a participative plastic recycling workshop which aims to enhance the value of waste and to raise visitors’ awareness of environmental issues.
WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASS
Workshops in small groups, led by professionals recognized in their field of expertise, to interact, debate and encourage exchanges on your current eco-design issues. Resources, LCA, semantics, reuse… these are the topics covered during these MasterClasses
With more than 50 speakers, the conference program gave the floor to a panel of speakers including emblematic or rising brands but also associations and experts, who positioned themselves as true mentors, delivering their keys to meet the current challenges of the packaging industry in terms of sustainable development.
Because there is nothing more effective than examples and actions, exhibitor/brand client pairs got together to present concrete cases of achievements that have been commercialized or are under development.