Trayak helps you design better packages by using a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) approach. This is a cradle-to-grave analysis that calculates environmental impacts associated with all stages of a package’s life cycle including:
- Material sourcing
The life cycle approach quantifies the environmental impact of your design. Evaluate design alternatives early and rapidly to find the right solution that meets your packaging requirements. Avoid costly mistakes and consumer backlash. This allows you to incorporate sustainability into the early design by helping you:
- Understand impacts for key environmental metrics such as greenhouse gas emissions and fossil fuel consumption.
- Evaluate simple to complex package scenarios including refill, reusable and circular.
Utilizing COMPASS Packaging – for beginners and for advanced
The Trayak solution utilizes COMPASS, the gold standard in packaging sustainability. Its metrics and methodologies were:
- Developed through consensus by some of the leading experts on packaging and sustainability within the industry
- Peer reviewed by a variety of stakeholders, including the U.S. EPA, and adopted by many of the largest global consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies
Whether you are in the beginning stages of your sustainability journey or more advanced, Trayak’s platform was created to incorporate environmental performance criteria into the concept development and material selection stages of package design.
- User-friendly and cloud-based packaging software
- Easily select from pre-loaded common packaging materials and conversions
- Find out what will happen at end-of-life data for various regions
- Trusted by leading companies
- Used to teach the next generation of packaging engineers at leading educational institutions
Relax. With Trayak, you have an innovative and trusted partner and an easy-to-use platform that makes sustainable package and product design simple, mainstream, transparent and profitable. Let us get you started.
Operationalize Sustainability Goals
Drive Product & Package sustainability initiatives
Companies can no longer afford to treat sustainability as a side project.
It should be a core competency that helps you deliver innovative and differentiated products while being good stewards of our planet.