Bakergoodchild aims to eliminate single-use plastics

12 Jul 2018
Topics: environment, sustainability, waste reduction, magazines, recycled

Audley Travel uses the substrate to wrap its quarterly publication, Audley Traveller magazine

 

Birmingham-based direct mail fulfilment and print management services provider Bakergoodchild has introduced a 100% compostable and eco-friendly magazine polywrap produced with potato starch from various potato products including waste from the food industry.

The biodegradable mailing wrapping material is being used by a number of Bakergoodchild's customers, including tour operator Audley Travel, which now uses the substrate to wrap its quarterly publication, Audley Traveller magazine. The sustainable mailing material is designed to provide a robust environmentally responsible packaging alternative with a high-end quality finish.

Cerie Powell from Audley Travel commented, 'As a tour operator that offers travel experiences around the world, we feel that we have a responsibility to reduce our plastic usage in order to help preserve and protect the environment. As a result, we are starting to look at this across the board, from the products we use in our offices to the items our clients use in destination.'

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