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Digital watermarks in plastic packaging are the brainchild of the HolyGrail 2.0 project

By adopting digital watermark technology, plastics industry is taking another step in reducing the environmental footprint.
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In the next video which brings closer to all of you HolyGrail 2.0, our colleague Philip Knapen takes you on a visit to Miko Pac. Miko Pac offers not only outstanding innovative packaging well-suited for reduce and reuse, but they have also adopted digital watermarks which could significantly improve the recycling too.

Together with our industry partners, we are accelerating action on circularity and staying true to our EverMinds™ mindset.

Watch the video!

Do you want to learn more about this topic? Then please reach out to:

Philip Knapen, Application Marketing Manager
Email: philip.knapen@borealisgroup.com
Phone:+32 1145 9435

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