Our environmental policy ensures that you can make your business more eco-friendly. We offer sustainable alternatives across our extensive packaging range and operate environmentally-responsible practices throughout our offices and warehouses.
Our Packaging Specialists can advise you on how to make environmentally-friendly improvements to your business that make financial sense too.
Rajapack is ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 14001: 2015 and ISO 45001: 2018 certified
Rajapack is member
of FSC® France*
Green Mobius Loop: This symbol shows that the product is made from recycled materials, and the figure indicates how much of it is recycled.
White Mobius Loop: This symbol shows that the product is recyclable.
This symbol can guarantees that packaging is recyclable and will be accepted by paper and cardboard recyclers.
These symbols tell you what kind of plastic the product is made from.
PET: Polyethylene Terephthalate - Fizzy drinks bottles etc.
PE-HD: High-density Polythene - Milk bottles, detergent bottles etc.
PVC: Blister packs, stationery, binders etc.
PE-LD: Low-density Polythene - Carrier bags and rubbish sacks.
PP: Polypropylene - Pallets and trays.
PS: Polystyrene - CD and DVD cases.
This symbol indicates whether wooden packaging thicker than 6 mm and destined for countries outside of the European Community, complies with the ISPM15 export regulations. The ISPM15 is the International Standard for Phytosanitary.
Recycling symbols are useful to both businesses and customers, informing them of how to dispose of their packaging correctly. They also allow businesses to demonstrate their green credentials across their range of product packaging. Most recycling symbols are not governed by trademark or law unless the specific purpose of the symbol is to indicate that it is in compliance with legislation. Although some local authorities may choose to regulate their use, they are not required on packaging that is recyclable.
* RAJA is a member of FSC® France (Forest Stewardship Council), which encourages the responsible management of forest according to the 3 principles of sustainable development - social, ecological and economic.