In the plastic vs paper packaging debate, plastic’s durability is often lodged as a reason to keep using it, despite its many negative impacts. Paptic could put an end to that argument.
Made from renewable wood fibres, Paptic is a paper-like material that has the recyclability and natural feedstocks of paper, but the versatility and high durability of plastic, throwing any pro-plastic arguments out the window. Made using unique foam forming technology, the material has the haptics of textiles and is currently used for everything from garment bags to gift wrap. It is an all-rounder that could replace plastic at almost every turn.