Virtual Engineering Week is just around the corner. Trayak is excited to announce that our CEO, Prashant Jagtap, and our lead sustainability consultant, Alison Younts, will be speaking at the event. They’ll share what you need to know about life cycle assessments for packaging. See you at the conference. Session Title: Lifecycle Assessments for Packaging: […]
CINCINNATI, OH – August 26th, 2020 – Join Trayak and PAC as we discuss how to adopt sustainability into your day-to-day work process. During the webinar, we will share how you and your team can benchmark your existing portfolio, identify hotspots, track sustainability goals, and report total package environmental footprint. The webinar is scheduled for […]
CINCINNATI, OH – February 11th, 2020 – Trayak is proud to sponsor the Sustainable Packaging Coalition Innovator Awards this year. The awards showcase the outstanding people and organizations behind extraordinary advancements in packaging sustainability. Do you have an idea on how to improve the sustainability of a certain packaging type? Applications for the SPC Innovator […]
Trayak and Climate Collaborative Host Webinar Series on Three Companies Who Improved Their Climate Impact with EcoImpact Software
CINCINNATI, OH – April 11th, 2019 – Trayak and Climate Collaborative have teamed up to host a Webinar series on three companies who used Trayak’s help to decrease their packaging’s environmental impact. This seminar will be on May 15th. Our CEO, Prashant Jagtap, will be the speaker. Last May, Climate Collaborative shared an opportunity for […]
Package Design Guide
Trayak and Climate Collaborative teamed up to create a Climate-Smart Package Design Guide. Companies can use it as a reference or a starting point to improve the environmental impact of their packages. Several key strategies that can help inform decisions and solutions are outlined. The guide details a general package design process using Trayak’s Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) software, COMPASS. The tool can evaluate current packaging, test out materials, weights or processes, and quantify any improvements from design changes.
The guide has two examples that show environmental reductions from implementing sustainable strategies. One of the examples is a case study from the company Danone North America examining their So Delicious almond milk product packaging by designing a recyclable bottle. COMPASS enabled them to quantify the decrease in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by analyzing changes to the design of the almond milk bottles.