Plastic packaging accounts for 50% of global plastic waste

A longitudinal study on marine debris trends on the mainland beaches of California also indicated that the majority of debris is composed of small plastic fragments and single-use plastic items, including food containers, bottles, and drink containers.

The food package industry sees annual growth of 12%

A 12% annual growth is being experienced by the food packaging industry raising more environmental concerns including greenhouse gases and greater carbon footprints.

Sustainability is
no longer optional

It's time we take a good, hard look at the products that drive our economy and ensure they will not harm the planet and its inhabitants for generations to come.

A pouch designed for the circular economy which protects against plastic waste

Enabled with our patent-pending ECLIPSE™ technology and made from 100% recyclable material, this pouch is purposefully designed for the circular economy. Our SPTek ECLIPSE™ technology was not developed to encourage improper disposal, it is a safety net in case the plastic material leaks outside of responsible recycling.

What is
bio-assimilation?

Definitively, "bio-assimilation" means that the material has degraded to a molecular weight that can be consumed by microorganisms, resulting in nothing more than CO2, water and biomass.

Learn about bio-assimilation
Stylized dot-style animated gif showing plastic particles bio-assimilating, leaving nothing but water CO2, and biomass.

A molecular transformation

The bio-assimilation process takes place at a molecular level, breaking the carbon-to-carbon bonds within the polymer. It's critical to understand that this process does not result in microplastics.

Fuel source for microorganisms

With a tremendous amount of competition in the natural world, microorganisms clamber for the opportunity to utilize this newly available carbon as a fuel source.

Absolutely no microplastics

As this unstoppable process continues, all of the carbon within the stretch film is exposed and consumed, leaving behind nothing more than water, CO₂ and biomass.
100% recyclable
High performance stretch film
100% recyclable all-PE barrier pouch
High performance pouch
Meets the performance and quality that you expect
Absolutely no trace left behind
If it evades recycling, the pouch will completely bio-assimilate within 6–24 months
Leaves zero microplastics
Nothing left but CO2, water and biomass

Buy the world's most sustainable pouch today

SPTek ECLIPSE™ Pouch addresses global plastic waste while being purposefully designed for the circular economy. Contact our team today to have a truly measurable and positive impact on the environment.

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