'Npulp' is Form of Eco-Friendly Packaging Made from Straw Waste

By: Katherine Pendrill - Sep 13, 2016
References: npulp.info & yfyjupiter
The packaging company YFYJupiter is currently offering a more sustainable packaging solution called Npulp, which is made from straw waste. With the rise of ecommerce, there has been a growing demand for more sustainable packaging solutions. This new eco-friendly material serves as a perfect alternative to the paper, corrugated and molded-pulp materials that are traditionally used for packaging.

Npulp is a form of protective packaging that is made from the straw waste that is leftover from China's wheat and rice crops. To create the renewable material, the leftover straw is put through an enzymatic process that converts it into pulp. The resulting material can then be used to create packaging that is recyclable, repulpable, compostable and biodegradable.

Not only does Npulp create less waste, but it also uses less energy to produce, thereby helping companies reduce their supply chain footprint.