Did you know that in Gmund am Tegernsee, new types of packaging materials are being developed from plant fibres?
This results in packaging concepts that avoid plastic waste worldwide.
In the glass container, Gmund Paper shows an unusual presentation and invites people to engage with the topic of paper.
The idea is to look at paper not only from an aesthetic point of view, but also in terms of a design-relevant material and its economic impact.
Paper is made from plant fibres and offers an excellent eco-balance. It is biodegradable and provides nutrients for new plants: a perfect ecological cycle that is further enhanced by the use of resource-saving fibres such as wheat straw, grass or hemp.
This packaging is made of paper that consists in half of green waste from meadows in Upper Bavaria. Carefully harvested and dried to obtain a long fibre structure, which is essential for obtaining a voluminous paper.
Paper as a gamechanger – aesthetically, ecologically, economically.
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