Castrol joins hands with Pulpex for Paper Bottles
As per new reports, Castrol has announcedthat it is joining hands with Pulpex, paper-based packaging makerto design paper bottles for use with castrol’s products.
The bottles are made from wood pulp using 100% renewable feedstocks from responsibly managed forests. Its paper bottle is designed to offer a lower carbon footprint — up to 30% less than PET and glass.
According to Pulpex,Castrol is the latest company to join its partner consortium — a group global CPG (consumer packaged goods) companies committed to adopting Pulpex paper packaging. Launched in July 2020 as a collaboration between Pilot Lite and Diageo, the consortium includes PepsiCo, Unilever and GSK Consumer Healthcare.
Earlier, Castrol launched its PATH360 strategy. The strategy is aimed to create a more sustainable future by saving waste, reducing carbon and improving lives. The company also plans to cut down its plastic footprint by half by 2030 and this collaboration also makes part of its plastic footprint reduction plan.