There is a growing awareness about eco-friendly environment and the need to protect nature. Several different and innovative methods and approaches are being adopted by people to protect the environment. Even when it comes to packaging, people have come up with some very inventive and novel ideas which are simply superb.
This is how you can store eggs
To protect eggs and keep them fresh for a long time, designer Maja Szczypek from Poland has come up with an innovative hay packet where the hay is kept together by using heated press. No harmful chemicals are used in sticking the hay together.
Paper water bottles
Plastic makes a large part of the waste. Therefore, Jim Warner invented a nature-friendly paper water bottle. Materials like sugar cane, bamboo, wheat straw, and bagasse are pulped. This pulp is hardened in water bottle moulds. A paper cap is also provided with these bottles.
Smart bags from Puma
Puma has created smart bags that can be conveniently be reused. The designer of these bags is Yves Béhar. These bags need few raw materials. Their manufacturing process makes use of less water,energy and diesel as compared to other bags.
Polar aids are first aid kits for children. They come handy for nursing the cuts and bruises. These kits are sustainable. The most important thing about these kits is that the proceeds from the sale of polar aid kits is used for the protection of Polar bears.
Grass in office
If you believe in maintaining a clean and green environment in your office, then “Grass” is the right product for you. These squares of grass can be grown easily inside the office or homes and they come in sustainable packages.
Snack boxes from Graze
Snack boxes from Graze are sustainable and do not have much weight. They sell snack box subscriptions of tasty and healthy snacks like a roasted seed mix etc.
These are glass cups which can be used to serve tea,water etc. You can get replacement parts of these reusable cups. So if a part of the glass breaks you don’thave to dispose it off. Instead, you only need to get the part of it.
Personalised little printer
It is possible to have a personalised printed newspaper which is printed by using charming cardboard characters. So now you can get a printed version of what you read online.
Esther Li came up with this sustainable packaging for bulbs. In this a single cardboard piece is used to pack the bulbs. No glue or chemical is used in this product. The customers can easily see the bulb.
The cardboard boxes from Paul Frank
Paul Frank makes use of innovatively designed paper boxes for keeping glass. These are truly a different type of glass case. They are eco-friendly and they also look very stylish.
Petit Natural packaging
These have been designed by Isabela Rodrigues. These packets which contain fruit juices are eco-friendly. Their bright colours and designs are very attractive.
Wild bag box
These lovely boxes are eco friendly. One can easily see the product that is packed inside. They are based on the concept of animals in a zoo enclosed in a cage.
Cardboard sleeves from Hanes
These make packaging and shipping of T Shirt very easy. These slim cardboard sleeves are manufactured from recycled material. They help in bringing down the shipping weight and the cost. In general, folding carton boxes like this are a great eco-friendly, efficient choice in packaging.
Packaging of naked soap products
The contents of naked soap are natural and eco friendly. The packaging of these products is also eco-friendly. This is a great way of brand extension.
The Dutch design chairs are portable chairs. These look like briefcases. They can be folded and carried wherever you go.
These innovative and eco-friendly packaging designs will leave you awestruck. They are one of the most innovative ways of protecting nature.