Brand thought-leaders already know: consumers demand packaging that is recyclable and planet-friendly. As a leading provider of sustainable packaging in North America, we’re building a future that’s better for our customers and for the planet.
We’re passionate about leaving the
place better than we found it.
It’s why we’re open about our goal to get 100% of our customers using sustainable products. Achieving this requires us to stay abreast of industry-best practices, harness our technical and creative expertise, and lean on our partnerships to gradually reduce the ecological impact of what we produce. We know we can’t make this kind of sea change overnight, and that’s OK.
Let’s make the future more vibrant together, one label at a time.
Sustainable labels sold
Clients using sustainable materials
In our sustainable innovation pipeline
We believe great packaging balances aesthetics, performance, cost and sustainability. Our unrelenting dedication to this has pioneered proprietary technologies that improve recyclability, lessen waste stream pollution, and reduce our carbon footprint.
Vision and strategy
This is our uncompromising pursuit: to uphold care for the planet and for its people. It’s why we have a holistic approach to sustainable development – taking into account the entire product life cycle, from sourcing to end-of-life, and its impact on the industries we serve.
Partnerships and transparency are a vital part of our business in contributing to a sustainable world. We will continue to work with these vital organizations and expand our network to invest, innovate, and collaborate with like-minded companies, governments, and institutions.
We are currently seeking Sustainable Green Printing certification in 2022.
Thoughts on sustainability
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GUILFORD, CT – September 8, 2022 – Brook + Whittle is delighted to announce the launch of GreenLabel™ BlockOut, a recyclable light-blocking shrink sleeve. This patent-pending solution helps brands transition
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