Marks & Spencer’s Swiss Chocolate Assortment with Plantic “environmentally friendly” packaging was selected as one of the winners at the 20th DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation. The Marks & Spencer chocolate box was recognized for its eco-sensitive packaging which demonstrates excellence in sustainability, innovation and quality. Read more
Plantic Technologies Limited won the Environmental Packaging Award and received a High Commendation in the Environmental Company of the Year Award for the Nestlé Dairy Box.
Plantic is very excited to win these UK Packaging Awards as they again demonstrate the strong interest from the industry in biodegradable packaging.
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Silver Star Awarded and Best in Category
At the 2006 Starpack Awards, Plantic Technologies Limited was awarded a 'Silver Star' in the category of 'Best Packaging Innovation Leading to a Significant Reduction in Household Waste'.
The application on which the award was based was the Nestlé Dairy Box.
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Plantic was a finalist in the 2005 Saatchi & Saatchi Award for World Changing Ideas. The Saatchi & Saatchi global network is part of the Publicis Groupe, the world's fourth largest communications group. The role of the Award is to uncover and spotlight innovations in communication that have the potential to change the world.
Every two years it is judged by a panel of people from a wide range of disciplines. For 2005 the Award panel included lateral thinking pioneer Dr Edward De Bono, film director Baz Luhrmann and singer Lou Reed, among others.
Bob Isherwood, Saatchi & Saatchi's Worldwide Creative Director and creator of the Award said, "The diversity of the finalists indicates how wide ranging the issues are that need to be addressed - and their ingenuity demonstrates the focus of innovators to try and effect the necessary changes."
Plantic is proud to be a finalist and be recognised worldwide by innovative thinkers as having produced a world-changing idea. Read more
Sydney: Australian Company Plantic Technologies was last night awarded the prestigious Australian Museum Eureka Prize for Industry 2004 for its biodegradable plastic.
Plantic Technologies developed and now manufactures a revolutionary plastic from plants which disperses rapidly on contact with water. It is considered one of the most significant advancements in packaging technology in the last decade. Read more