The idea of ??making a bottle of wine out of paper may seem ridiculous to many, and wine lovers can and does regard it as sacrilege. But just the idea of ??creating a “green bottle” suggested the British company Greenbottle, which is working on the implementation of environmental materials for sustainable development in the world.
British environmentalists have offered a very original idea of solving the problem of new landfills and waste management – to create a “green bottle”. Perhaps a bottle of wine out of paper can help the British, after all, according to the calculations of local environmentalists, if in the next time the garbage in the country will accumulate current pace, the space simply may not be enough. Therefore, a bottle of wine Greenbottle not only cheaper to produce, but also a very eco-friendly packaging. Greenbottle previously been issued a milk bottle made ??of paper, which enjoyed tremendous success on the test, which took place in south-western England. Therefore we can say that a bottle of wine has become a natural logical step. By the invention Greenbottle, attention has already shown British supermarket chain Asda, owned by Walmart. Guide retail chain said that their customers will be able to see on store shelves in paper wine in early 2012.
Greenbottle company hopes that her child would be a good alternative to glass bottles and will be able to prevent the emergence of at least 15 million plastic bottles, which are annually in landfills and the UK for the decomposition of which requires at least 500 years. In addition, the paper bottle of 0.5 liter weighs only 55g, which will reduce transportation costs. Allow the bottle to avoid paper and industrial emissions. It is not enough that the glass recycling requires significant energy consumption, carbon footprint, while about 10%, and packaging of paper decomposes completely within a few weeks. Author of this idea is Martin Mayerskoh. He came up with a paper bottle after his conversation with the head on the problem of recycling plastic packaging. In this case, Martin argues that creating a bottle made ??of paper, he would not change its shape, at least in order not to offend connoisseurs. “Certainly, we could approach the idea of creating a paper bottle of wine for a more radical, but we didn’t want to change the concept and consumer habits. We only care about the environment “- said Martin Mayerskoh to The Guardian.