Ban on Plastic Bags to Fuel Adoption of Sealed Paper Packaging

Sealed Paper Packaging Market

Clean shelf and clean environment is what we gain from sealed paper packaging solution. Sustainable paper packaging material can save on production costs, enhance consumer experience while maintaining natural resources. The new sustainable package is perfect for free-flowing goods like sugar, flour, rice, etc. Also, the solution increases the demand for sustainable packaging for dry foods.

Initiating Carefree Food Packaging Technology

Due to the easiness of storage, preference of the consumer and easiness of transportation towards a wide usage of plastic bags, packaging has become a vital constituent of modern life. Lately, some things like electronic components, health supplements and food products have observed development in demand and because of effective packaging solution are more easily available.

The manufacturers have developed a new kind of sealed packaging products that can meet various norms and the purpose of packaging, to save the human health and consumer environment, from plastic packaging material and using polymer. Sealed paper packaging meets the demand of packaging materials for dry products like sugar, rice, etc. According to an ongoing study by Transparency Market Research, expansion in production of fast moving consumer goods, subsequent urge for innovated packing material as well as other consumable items can lead to the growth of the market of sealed paper packaging over the forecast period.

Boston Legislature proposes Ban on Plastic Bags State-wide

As stated by a recent news in Boston, a proposal has been made by the legislature to reduce the usage of plastic bags and this time, there’s not much opposition even from retailers as they’re also hoping for rules that would be consistent throughout. The bill would forbid stores from giving out single-use carry bags and replace them with recycled paper bags which would cost nearly 10cents. If the bill gets passed, the entire statewide ban would be in practice from 1st August, 2018. Globally, plastic bag pollution is an issue which leads to a new ‘urban tumbleweed’.

As per the estimation by the world economic forum, by 2050, in our oceans, there would be more plastics than fish. This would be a major factor restraining the economy of Massachusetts who also rely on the ocean for food.  Around 55 cities and towns have already banned the use of plastic bags. The proposal basically aims to encourage the consumers to bring their own reusable bags which can also be considered as a part of behavior modification.

The sierra club is working on this plastic pollution issue since 10years from which they found out that Massachusetts uses two billion and more plastic bags per year and this plastic takes around 1000 years for complete breakdown. The sierra club’s volunteer legislative advocate, Clint Richmond, said that, even if the bill gets passed, the issue doesn’t end there. As per his estimation, Massachusetts uses 20 billion plastic pieces each year in the form of plastic utensils and packaging. The bill is expected to be processed in legislature and taken up by next year, 2018.

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Shambhu Nath Jha with an experience nearing a decade, has helped over 50 large and medium to small business enterprise to foray into new markets, increase footprint in the existing bucket and understand the nature of the beast. These beasts are the companies that have been primarily engaged in chemicals, material or packaging activities, and encountering challenge either in maintain P&L or staying ahead of their competitors. He has authored over 300 industry research papers consisting critical information such as market growth, total addressable market, serviceable addressable market, market size, forecast, player strategies, market share estimates and winning imperatives along with recommendations. He is also the pioneer of “three slope distributor/off-taker evaluation model” used by several multinational companies to track the performance of channel partners. A consultant by profession, writer by mood and explorer by desire, Shambhu Nath is currently employed with a London based market research and consulting firm as a full time consultant. A few of the industry verticals where he demonstrated his skill includes water and wastewater treatment chemicals, high purity alumina, water purifiers, activated carbon, chloramine filters, bio-based bioplastics, water purifiers, textile chemicals etc.