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News | September 30, 2020
QUALIFORM first to adopt Eastman Cristal™ Renew copolyester made with innovative molecular recycling technology
France-based QUALIFORM, one of the world’s top producers of luxury cosmetics packaging, is first to market with its prestige line of bottles made from Eastman Cristal™ Renew copolyester. Cristal Renew delivers high levels of certified* recycled content without compromising the performance, color and quality that have made Cristal the standard for cosmetics packaging.
News | October 2, 2019
Eastman wins LUXE PACK in green Award at LUXE PACK MONACO 2019
Eastman’s mechanical recycling stream technology leverages the municipal recycle stream to compound high quality PCR feedstock with proprietary combinations of virgin copolyester. The resulting resin addresses a diverse set of needs in color, processing, sustainability and mold thickness — all in a single-pellet solution. Additionally, most of these products are compatible in the PET recycle stream, enabling brands to “close the loop” via an existing and familiar recycling infrastructure.
News | September 27, 2018
Groupe Rocher and Eastman introduce ecodesign collaboration at LUXE PACK Monaco
Eastman is proud to have collaborated with cosmetics house Groupe Rocher on the design of a new “ecodesign compact” concept made entirely of Eastman materials. The compact features Eastman Trēva™ engineering bioplastic, a cellulose-based thermoplastic that offers both high performance and reduced environmental impact.
News | September 26, 2018
Eastman debuts new cosmetics packaging innovations at LUXE PACK Monaco
Eastman will exhibit its latest innovations in cosmetics packaging at LUXE PACK Monaco, the premier show for creative packaging, from October 1–3 at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. Among its many advancements to be showcased, the global specialty plastics provider will be launching two new products: Eastman Cristal™ EV600 copolyester and Eastman Trēva™ engineering bioplastic.