Ecofective® launches ‘greener’ packaging solutions

by | May 7, 2021 | Product News, Products | 0 comments

Sipcam Home & Garden has further enhanced its ecofective® range of products by offering eco-friendly packaging solutions across the full range.

All bottles are made from 100%-recycled materials and are fully recyclable at end of life. To help reduce plastic waste further, ecofective® now offers a selection of refill options to fill large ready-to-use bottles. A brand-new concept to the range, the 200ml refills contain a concentrated formula that, when mixed with water, can be used to create a new ready-to-use product in an existing ecofective® bottle. This means gardeners can continue using their larger bottle and simply recycle the smaller refill.

The refill bottles occupy a smaller footprint on shelf, freeing up more space for retailers. Refills are currently available for ecofective‘s Bug & Mildew Control, Bug Control, Plant Disease Defence, Rose Defender, Slug Defence Spray, and Organic Pour & Feed.

Nigel Thompson, head of sales at Sipcam Home & Garden said: “Our latest market research has shown that consumers want to create a thriving garden that is kinder to the planet, whilst keeping their loved ones and animals from harm. To meet this demand, we have developed a range of products that create a safer environment for children, pets and wildlife; meaning everyone can roam free and enjoy the outdoor space. What’s more, our new packaging solutions add an additional ‘reason to buy’ at the point of purchase and help consumers to engage with a brand which takes environmental protection incredibly seriously.”

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