Vetroplas has launched two new glass bottles featuring a new refill airless system.
The glass specialist said it combines sustainability with functionality and aesthetics.
Available in 15ml and 30ml, the bottles offer a practical solution for consumers who only need to replace the PP inner after the initial purchase.
The refill system, comprising a container and plastic snap-on pump, is free of metal parts, which Vetroplas said increases reliability and hygiene.
Additionally, two accessories are available: a light PP cap for the refill component and a more elegant PETG cap, which together with the glass container, can be stored and reused several times.
Simon Dix, Vetroplas sales director, said that by using an airless refill solution, the environmental impact of the product is drastically reduced.
He sdded that the impact model, developed in collaboration with the Green Department of Bocconi University in Milan, suggests that by using the refill system only twice (initial pack purchase followed by two purchases of the refill system) a reduction of ‘at least 50%’ is achieved against the 19 parameters analysed.
“Providing packaging that looks good on shelf, delivers product efficiently and respects the environment is a key task for Vetroplas so we are delighted to offer this latest option to our portfolio.”
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