Virospack partners with Rezemo and BrightSideUp to offer more sustainable packaging solutions

July 3, 2024


Virospack presents an innovation in plant based dropper caps, developed in collaboration with the German company Rezemo, which uses the new Forewood®. This material replaces conventional plastic and does not contain fossil substances while maintaining the same functionality and performance.

The combination of wood fibers and biopolymers allows the production of unique materials that are 100% biobased and do not contain substances of fossil origin. The Forewood® materials They convey their sustainability through their natural appearance and allow their properties to be flexibly adapted to different cosmetic packaging requirements. Renewable, infinitely available and environmentally friendly, wood fibers combine perfect sustainability properties with beneficial effects in the Forewood® material, such as a natural appearance and improved mechanical performance. Replacing fossil resources with renewable raw materials is the idea behind 100% biobased polymers, which allow the material to be molded into a malleable matrix around wood fibres.

The innovation is certified by sustainable forestry (PEFC). It is composed of a biodegradable, 100% compostable and plant-based biopolymer, with 0% fossil resources, which reduces the CO2 footprint. In addition to all these ecological benefits, it is also possible to take advantage of the power of customization, so important for brand positioning and the design of the final product, with Virospack's personalized decoration and finishes for the lid and bulb parts. To be in direct contact with the product, without compromising the structure of the material, the best option for this plant-based cap is to use a pipette with a Tenite biobased plastic in the dropper kit: > 40%.

Partnership with BrightSideUp

Another very interesting partnership from Virospack this year is the collaboration with BrightSideUp Upcycled Lighting Design, launched at Milan Design Week 2024. BrightSideUp was proud to showcase Virospack's innovative waste glass luminaires. This partnership highlights the versatility and quality of Virospack's glass products, demonstrating their potential beyond traditional packaging applications.

BrightSideUp, known for its creative approach to recycling and lighting design, seeks to provide functional and aesthetically appealing solutions to the material flows of glass production companies. To the reuse waste glass As a source material for recycled designs, BrightSideUp creates sustainable lighting artworks. Its services range from large custom installations to the development of concepts for smaller units, all offered through its recycling platform contributing to a more sustainable future. Additionally, BrightSideUp collaborates with local art academies and design schools to develop designs and co-produce them in social work centers.

This project is part of a European Union initiative aimed at promoting the value of recycling and encouraging collaboration between EU countries. Virospack is proud to support BrightSideUp in its mission to promote sustainability and innovation in the design industry.

“Through these initiatives, we strive to lead the industry in promoting environmentally friendly practices, fostering a diverse and inclusive environment, and promoting continuous innovation. Our dedication to these principles will help ensure that Virospack remains a trusted and visionary partner in the cosmetics packaging industry,” says Aïda Rodriguez, CEO.

In addition, Virospack is one of the main suppliers with the lowest levels of VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) in Europe, for the metallization process and spray technology used in droppers, bottles and decoration of packaging components. It continues to invest in research and development to minimize the use of solvents in its products and paints, reducing emissions wherever possible. In addition, Virospack has ISO, EMAS, ISCC and GOLD certifications from Ecovadis.

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