Blue Ocean Closures

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'Team points' are awarded according to the adequacy of the solution with the type of innovations sought by Team for the Planet. They correspond to the analysis of several factors :

  • impact potential: impact average score > 4 => 0,5 point / if > 4,15 => 1 point.
  • global consistency: all average score of the 6 selection criteria > 2,5 => 1 point.
  • the favourite: % of assessments judge the innovation as a top one to act on a global scale against greenhouse gases > 20% => 1 point
  • the targeting: validation of Team for the Planet scope of action higher than 90% => 0,5 point + innovation level of maturity is enough => 0,5 point
  • social acceptability: semantic analysis score of comments > 0 => 0,5 point/ if > 3500 => 1 point
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Sujetas a evaluaciones : Después de comprobar que la innovación está dentro del ámbito de los objetivos de las 20 problemas de Team for the Planet y que ha alcanzado una madurez suficiente, se está evaluando la innovación.

Replacing high-volume plastic packaging with recyclable materials like paper fibres in an efficient way.

Lever of action
Energy efficiency
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Submission date 2 de noviembre de 2022 Founders Lars Sandberg Development location Karlstad, Suecia

Detailed project

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What is the issue addressed?

Plastic packaging is today mostly fossil-based and very scarcely recycled. Therefore a great source of CO2 and litter-causing microplastics.

How is the problem solved?

We replace plastic packaging, including high-value and advanced structures such as closures, with high-density press-formed cellulose fibres in an energy- and cost-efficient process that is ready to scale.

What is the customer target?

Brands from sectors dealing with drink, food, cosmetics, personal care and condiments.

How is this solution different?

Recyclable in existing highly functional recycling streams. Truly recyclable. Made from readily available cellulose fibres and breaks down without causing microplastics if misplaced.