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  • Tipa brings biodegradable packaging to UK
  • Tipa brings biodegradable packaging to UK
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Tipa brings biodegradable packaging to UK

Tipa – a sustainable packaging company – is launching its biodegradable plastic in the UK. It claims the material has the same end-of-life properties as organic materials, simultaneously providing the durability and shelf life that’s come to be expected of plastic packaging.

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