This 'Packioli' zero-waste packaging has been designed by Alara Ertenü as an eco-friendly soap product that would help to elevate the everyday essential into a sustainability powerhouse.
The soap packaging is characterized by its plastic-free design that's achieved using artichoke leaves, which have been combined with pea pod bioplastics. This would keep the soap hygienically contained and would rip open with ease when exposed to running water. The packaging is given a touch of color using turmeric and beetroot.
The 'Packioli' zero-waste packaging gives personal care products a more sustainable profile and also makes use of a common organic waste material. This is due to the fact that artichoke waste makes up 80% of the vegetable, which thus renders it abundant and ready for recycling.
The 'Packioli' Zero-Waste Packaging by Alara Ertenü is Sustainable
1. Zero-waste Packaging - Artichoke waste and pea pod bioplastics provide an eco-friendly alternative for packaging, creating opportunities for companies to pivot towards sustainable packaging designs.
2. Plastic-free Design - The plastic-free design of the Packioli packaging demonstrates the potential for companies to transition away from traditional plastic materials to sustainable alternatives.
3. Organic Waste Recycling - The use of artichoke waste in the Packioli packaging highlights the opportunity for companies to explore ways of repurposing organic waste material in their products and packaging.
1. Personal Care - The Packioli packaging offers opportunities for companies in the personal care industry to adopt more sustainable packaging solutions without compromising on hygiene and functionality.
2. Sustainability - The Packioli packaging demonstrates the potential for companies in various industries to prioritize sustainability and adopt eco-friendly practices and materials.
3. Food and Agriculture - Repurposing organic waste material, such as artichoke waste, for product packaging presents opportunities for innovation in food and agriculture industries.