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Sustainable Eco Packaging

As a trusted packaging supplier with many different options available for securing and sending your goods, we have a responsibility to do all we can for sustainability. That’s why Challenge Packaging has a range of sustainable packaging, designed without compromise on quality, and with as little impact on the planet as possible.

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As a society, we’re not going to stop packaging and sending goods across counties, countries and continents, but we only get the one planet. So, the way we do it has to be sustainable; we need to be able to produce packaging without depleting resources and harming our delicate ecosystems. 

Sustainable packaging, or eco-friendly packaging materials, should have a negligible impact on the environment. This ideally should be in both the way they’re produced, and with the way they can be disposed of or reused when they’re no longer needed. You’ll see words such as sustainable, recyclable, and biodegradable used in association with eco-friendly postal packaging.

Looking for FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certification is an important part of ensuring that the packaging you’re using is sustainable, and it’s a logo you can see on many of our sustainable ecommerce packaging materials.

Our eco packaging solutions

We’re proud to offer a range of sustainable packaging solutions here at Challenge Packaging. These include:


From double and single wall cardboard boxes to postal boxes, and even triangular tubes, many of our boxes are made with sustainability in mind.


They’re flat, secure, and easy to post; our selection of mailers can also be recycled too. 


Who knew tape could be sustainable? Our paper adhesive tape and gummed paper tape are recyclable examples available from Challenge Packaging.

Pallet edge guards

Protect your goods, and the environment; our pallet edge guards are recyclable and plastic free, but still strong and sturdy. 


Many of the paper packaging options we supply are recyclable; just look for the green leaf on our website. Take our Kraft paper rolls as an example! 

Why choose Challenge Packaging?

With a carbon neutral journey that epitomises the values we hold here at Challenge Packaging, you can be sure that your packaging is sourced from a supplier with the planet as a priority. The offsetting of our carbon emissions is done at no cost to the integrity of the packaging that we offer, making us a reliable, sustainable choice for your business or personal packaging needs.


Is Challenge Packaging carbon neutral?

Yes! We’re proud to have achieved Verified Carbon Neutrality. Our carbon emissions are calculated to be 1508.88 tCO2e, and have achieved PAS2060 certification.

Do you manufacture your packaging products?

We do; we manufacture right here in Sussex, so we can be certain of our sustainable efforts.
Do you recycle the waste cardboard at Challenge Packaging?

Of course - we repurpose cardboard waste produced during the manufacturing process into more products.

What’s the difference between sustainable, recyclable, and biodegradable?

Sustainable: This refers to the performance of the packaging in general in relation to the environment. Sustainable packaging should have been produced in a way that isn’t harming the planet (such as from recycled materials, and using water-based inks), and can be used again, broken down to create something new, or biodegrade safely. 

Recyclable: Recyclable packaging has been produced using materials that can be used again; cardboard is a good example. 
Biodegradable: This means that, in the right conditions, the packaging can be broken down naturally when it is no longer needed. This packaging is usually made from plant-based materials, such as wheat.