Of course, you can put regular wine bottles into the recycling and feel a little good about it, but you really won't find any container more eco-friendly than Paperboy Wine packaging. Swapping glass out for a recycled paper material, this green scheme demonstrates great benefits from production to disposal.
Of the energy required to manufacture your typical wine bottle, this vessel uses just 15%. It's made of really stiff compressed paper, it's lined with a recyclable sleeve and it's labeled using natural inks. With the weight of only an ounce, the bottles can be transported full and empty with much greater ease and efficiency at a low cost. If you aren't sufficiently impressed by Stranger & Stranger's Paperboy Wine packaging, note that it's also able to sit safely within an ice bucket for up to three hours without disintegrating.
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