Design for recycling – what does it mean?
The move from a straight to a circular economy for packaging materials is critical, particularly in terms of ecological impact.
Recyclable packaging is also ecologically friendly.
It facilitates gathering, retrieval, and recycling; it minimises the amount of plastic trash and Pollutant emissions; it saves money; and it may be transformed into high-quality byproducts through a closed economy.
Packaging is an essential component of modern living. It safeguards items and informs customers about essential information.
However, the majority of packaging is discarded after a single usage. As a result, many precious materials wind up in the trash.
That leads to questions like:
Why is it important to focus on designing for recycling?
What are the challenges for adopting product design?
What are the characteristics of recycling friendly design?
How is the circular economy is more than just recycling?