Cannabis Packaging Company Humidi Launch 100% Biodegradable Packaging
LOS ANGELES, – Humidi, a cannabis packaging have announce the launch of HumidiNaturals, which they claim to be a 100% fully renewable and compostable solution servicing the cannabis market. Manufactured in the United States, Humidi will join other packaging companies pursuing recyclable packaging such as Sana Packaging.
Recyclable packaging is any form of packaging that can be reused and recycled. HumidiNaturals say their plant based, bio-polymer blend, is designed to degrade within 14-18 months, leaving no micro-plastics or harmful chemicals behind.
Increasingly, it’s become easier than ever to package cannabis products with recyclable materials. A lot of companies choose to use recyclable materials for their packaging because they want to minimize their environmental impact or want to reduce their landfill waste output. Regardless of the reason, for these companies, their commitment to recycling is making a major difference as packaging continues to be a huge source of waste in Canada, the United States, and the world.
These constitute important efforts to remove 750,000 lbs of plastic from the cannabis supply chain annually.
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