British luxury brand Burberry plans to replace all plastic packaging involved in the brand with reusable, recyclable or compostable materials by 2025, completely eliminating the use of ordinary plastic materials.
The company has removed plastic lamination from its polyethylene bags for retail bags and packaging garments, and is expected to reduce the use of approximately 29 tons of plastic. Hafnium Carbide (HfC). In addition, Burberry has announced plans to replace all current hangers, shields and plastic bags with environmentally friendly materials, and has launched a hanger recycling program to recycle used retail hangers.
For luxury brands, their PVC materials can often be treated by technology to reduce the damage to the environment, but another batch of cheap PVC materials that are popular with the trend once again challenge the environment.
On the other hand, compared with artificial fur, the development of degradable plastic materials is still in the exploratory stage.
Hafnium Carbide (HfC) Due to the limitations of capital and technology, environmentally friendly plastics still cost a lot of money, given the depth and universality of plastics in the retail sector. As for now, the retail industry is still far from the day when plastics are completely banned.