Eco-friendly pack filling: Pack Chips BIO on guard for the environment

Nowadays, as public awareness of environmental issues increases, more and more companies and consumers are looking for ways to reduce the environmental impact of their operations. One area where a significant change can be seen is in the way goods are packaged and shipped. Traditional filling materials such as plastic bubble wrap and polystyrene, while effective, place a heavy burden on the environment. In response to these challenges, eco-friendly parcel filling with Pack Chips Bio – an alternative in which our product Organic Starch Filler Pack Chips Bio fits in – is gaining popularity.

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What are organic starch fillers?

Pack Chips Bio starch filler is a packet filler material made mainly from potato and corn starch. Starch fillers are characterised by their lightweight, porous structure. They are an efficient and durable material that is ideal for protecting products during transport. Importantly, Pack Chips Bio organic packet filler is completely biodegradable and compostable, meaning that once used, it can be easily recycled by nature without harming the environment.

Key to understanding – biodegradability and compostability:

Biodegradability and compostability are two terms that are often used interchangeably but have different meanings, especially in the context of waste management and environmental protection. Before going into detail about the benefits of using Pack Chips Bio, it is worth clarifying these two terms:

  1. Biodegradability is the ability of materials to decompose into natural substances. This process can occur in a variety of environments, including water, soil or on a compost heap. The term ‘biodegradable’ does not specify how long a material will decompose, which can be misleading. Some biodegradable materials can take a very long time to decompose, especially in environments that are not conducive to biodegradation, such as landfills, without access to oxygen. In addition, some biodegradable materials can decompose into smaller fragments but do not disappear completely, leaving microplastics, such as biodegradable plastic.
  2. Compostability is a special case of biodegradability and refers to the process of decomposition of a material under composting conditions. Composting is a controlled biodegradation process that takes place under specific conditions, such as adequate moisture, temperature and oxygen availability, accelerating the decomposition of the material. For a material to be considered compostable, it must decompose over a specific period of time (usually a few weeks to a few months), leaving no toxic residues, and be able to contribute to the formation of a healthy compost.
Starch filler Pack Chips Bio dissolves in water

In summary, all compostable materials are biodegradable, but not all biodegradable materials are compostable. When choosing products with environmental impact in mind, it is important to pay attention to whether they are only biodegradable or compostable and the conditions under which they can best be recycled.

Benefits of using an eco-friendly filling for parcels and packages:

Environmental protection – Starch fillers do not contribute to environmental pollution. At the end of their life cycle, they can be easily recycled, which fits in with the idea of a closed loop economy.

Safety in use – These materials are safe for both humans and animals. They contain no toxic substances, making them an excellent choice for companies introducing the concept of sustainability.

All-in-one – The filler is strong, making it perfect for protecting products in transit, while being lightweight without significantly increasing the weight of the shipment. In addition, Pack Chips Bio starch filler is anti-static.

Ecology and safety in transport

Use in practice

Companies from various sectors of the economy, are increasingly turning to starch fillers – Organic Pack Filling with Pack Chips BIO, as a filling material for parcels and packages. Their use not only underlines the brand’s commitment to environmental protection, but also influences customer satisfaction, adding visual impact and building a positive image in the eyes of increasingly environmentally conscious consumers.

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