For People + The Planet
The SPC has developed tools, applications, and services to help your company take meaningful action toward packaging sustainability.
Extended Producer Responsibility
A policy approach that assigns producers responsibility for the end-of-life of products.
The How2Recycle® Label is the leading US-based on-package recycling label.
SPC Innovator Awards
The Sustainable Packaging Coalition recognizes meaningful contributions and advancements towards more sustainable packaging through the annual SPC Innovator Awards.
The Essentials of Sustainable Packaging
Online educational courses on sustainable packaging topics.
Design For Recycled Content Guide
The definitive guide for scaling up use of recycled content in packaging.
Recycled Material Standard (RMS)
Advancing the use of recycled materials
The Goals Database
Database of 350+ companies’ public packaging sustainability and corporate sustainability goals.
How2Compost is a standardized on-package label that tells consumers if a package is certified compostable.
By generating ideas, participating in working groups, and lending expertise, SPC members play an integral role in our collaboratives.
Chemical Recycling Collaborative
Exploring the landscape of chemical recycling technologies and the role that they may play in packaging sustainability.
Reusable Packaging Collaborative
Discussing reusable packaging fundamentals and challenges, while identifying opportunities where reusable packaging fits in the sustainable packaging space.
Compostable Packaging Collaborative
Sharing knowledge and best practices on labeling and composting infrastructure for compostable packaging, including both fiber products and compostable bioplastics.
Next Markets Collaborative
Exploring how companies can support current and future end markets to create more demand for recycled materials.
Flexible Packaging Recovery Collaborative
This Collaborative’s studies sustainable end-of-life solutions for multi-laminate flexible packaging.
Mixed Paper Collaborative
This collaborative will explore the recovery and utilization of mixed paper (MP).