We Can Help You Go Green
As consumers increase their environmental awareness they are making more purchasing decisions based on sustainability. EcoVantage™ label materials from Green Bay Packaging help you and your customers create more earth-friendly products and support a better environment.
Distinctive and Sustainable
Hemp Paper, made from hemp fiber and post-consumer waste, has a natural look perfect for cannabis labeling and more.
Black Paper Can Be Green
Even black paper can be eco-friendly when it is a FSC®-certified grade.
Thin Saves Time and Money
Thinner face stocks and liners are good for the earth and your wallet.
Performance and Sustainability
Labels made with Polar White Barrier Paper maintain their integrity when exposed to moisture.
Unique Look and Texture
Kona® Light Roast paper is made from used coffee bean bags. The jute fiber makes the paper, and your customer’s product, stand out while also supporting sustainability.
APR Label Stocks for Plastic Recyclability
To enhance the recyclability of PET and HDPE containers we offer GreenCycle™ pressure-sensitive label stocks that received Critical Guidance Recognition from The Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR). GreenCycle materials wash off cleanly from PET and HDPE containers during the recycling process.
FSC®-Certified Papers are Available
Green Bay Packaging is Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Chain of Custody (CoC) certified. This gives you and your customers the option of papers sourced from responsibly managed forests, meaning you don’t have to choose between quality and sustainability.
Sustainable Label Products
With Green Bay Packaging’s sustainable label materials you, and your customer, can create more earth-friendly products, and support a better environment.
Green Bay Packaging has a long history of prioritizing sustainability and using environmentally-friendly manufacturing processes to make its products.
Save the Earth and Landfill Fees
Recycling matrix and liner waste will help you do both. Green Bay Packaging has compiled a directory of companies that are potential outlets for your pressure-sensitive waste.