Plant-based mostly cleansing merchandise firm Boulder Clean has partnered with thermoplastics polyolefins producer Braskem to revamp the packaging of its laundry detergent.
Boulder Clean integrated plant-primarily based ‘I’m inexperienced Polyethylene’ bioplastic from Braskem into the 230oz (~6.5kg) laundry detergent container.
‘I’m inexperienced Polyethylene’ is manufactured utilizing ethanol, a renewable and sustainable useful resource produced from sugarcane.
Boulder Clean goals to supply improved sustainability and cut back its global carbon footprint.
In keeping with the corporate, the laundry container is recyclable by conventional put up-client recycling channels.
Boulder Clean and 1908 Manufacturers CEO Steve Savage stated: “We’re happy to accomplice with Braskem and make the most of their bioplastic innovation to enhance the sustainability of our Boulder Clean packaging. With the mixing of carbon-damaging bioplastic into our newest laundry detergent container, we’re taking daring motion to assist guarantee our naturally clear merchandise are safer for our properties and our planet.”
Braskem North America renewables industrial supervisor Joe Jankowski added: “The mix of Boulder Clean’s highly effective plant-primarily based cleansing agents, with the mixing of Braskem’s carbon-destructive, plant-primarily based bio-plastic into their newest Boulder Clean product packaging goals to scale back the general influence on the atmosphere and meet the wants of customers who’re more and more in search of extra eco-pleasant merchandise.”
Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, Boulder Clean presents plant-based mostly laundry, dish and surface cleaners.
The corporate launched the laundry detergent with new packaging this month.