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Sustainable Choice

Sustainability is no longer an issue to be left to governments and world leaders to solve – you and I are equally responsible for ensuring we play our part in protecting our environment and our future.Here at Primepac, we’re committed to providing companies with packaging solutions to help you do just that – ‘Sustainable Choice’ identifies our products with low environmental impact, taking the...

Keep your produce chilled with Thermogard

If you’ve ever ordered a pre-packed meal kit like Hello Fresh or My Food Bag, you would’ve no doubt received some fresh produce in your order. To keep this produce chilled so it arrives at your door in top condition, gel ice packs like Thermogard are used to keep produce cool. Or perhaps you grow your own fresh produce and ship this around New Zealand? You may have been required to keep your...

Sustainable cleaning products

Sustainability – it’s the buzz word of the moment with more and more people looking to reduce their impact on the environment. The NZ Tourism Guide defines environmental sustainability as the concept of dealing with climate change, and effectively managing natural resources so they are available for the use of future generations. There are a number of ways we can be more environmentally...

Personal protective equipment (PPE)

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is used to provide protection for workers and to reduce any exposure to hazards.

If you’re an employer it’s vital that you provide your staff with appropriate PPE for the job at hand. The New Zealand Health and Safety at Work Regulations 2016 state that a Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU) must provide:

Different types of strapping and their benefits

Strapping, also referred to as pallet wrapping, bundling or banding, is the process of applying a strap to bundle item(s) together. Strapping is used across many different industries and is commonly used when shipping large items to keep them contained while in transit. Strapping is used manually or with the aid of a strapping machine like a strapping dispenser or a sealless strapping tool.

How to recycle Eco Bubble Wrap

If you order our Eco Bubble Wrap, you may be wondering – how do I recycle this? Different regions have different rules for recycling, most of which are governed by local council. However, there are a number of companies coming on board now that offer recycling options for soft plastics, on a commercial scale. In this blog, we outline some of the different options available for businesses and...

10 stationery products every business needs

Whether you’re starting up your own business or simply looking to give the stationery cupboard a bit of a refresh, there are a bunch of stationery supplies that you’ll need for day-to-day activities. Depending on what your business does, the stationery you require could vary. To help you out, we’ve put together a handy list of products that we think are helpful to any office – even if you’re...

Single-use plastics – what are my alternatives?

Single-use plastics have long been a form of convenience for many, something that is cheap to produce, durable and available in abundance. However, the long-term effects of such convenience are becoming increasingly known. Less than a fifth of plastic is recycled globally which means that most of our discarded plastic ends up in the world’s oceans every year.   

8 alternatives to plastic bags

Plastic bags have long been an essential part of day-to-day life for many Kiwis. From packaging groceries at the local supermarket to being used as rubbish bags, we can’t deny that they have been a staple for households and businesses alike.

With the plastic bag ban now in force (effective 1 July 2019), many Kiwis will be thinking – what are my alternatives? There is a huge selection of...

Improving spill response & workshop safety

If you handle chemicals in your business, no matter how carefully things are planned, unfortunately spills can happen. If you do find yourself in this potentially dangerous situation, it’s important that you’re prepared to handle it immediately and minimise any damage – and with the right knowledge, procedures and equipment you can.

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