Sana Packaging, a made in the USA company, is a startup with sustainability in mind. The green scene of the cannabis sector is one pushing for green solutions for our environment. Energy and water conservation are high conversations in this industry. Thankfully, Sana Packaging offers compliant sustainable packaging for the cannabis industry.
Now, I know what you’re thinking a lot of companies provide packaging for the cannabis industry, but their packaging isn’t like the packaging from Sana Packaging. Thanks to a partnership with Oceanworks, Sana Packaging offers 100% recycled packaging made from reclaimed ocean plastic. The first order of this innovative packaging helped to remove 8,000 lbs. of plastic debris from our oceans.
The Garbage Patch Full of Reasons the Cannabis Industry Needs This
According to the National Geographic Society, over 40% of today’s plastic gets only one use before it reaches a landfill. One study conducted suggests that 8 million metric tons of plastic garbage go into our ocean every year. This can evidently be seen by viewing the Great Pacific garbage patch that was discovered in the mid-to-late 1980s. Additionally, it is often described as a trash vortex. This is clearly a problem that won’t go away. We even saw this issue in the new DC comic movie Aquaman when thousands of pounds of plastic garbage made its way to shore from the sea. Sana Packaging along with Oceanworks is working to help undo some of the damage the world has done to its oceans.
Sandwich Baggies are for Yesterday’s Stoners
Sana Packaging Inc offers 100% plant-based hemp and reclaimed ocean plastics to help meet the demand of the vast growing legal cannabis sector. Compliant responsible packaging is a much-needed commodity for this multibillion-dollar business. After all, the legal cannabis industry of today doesn’t run on sandwich bags of the past. On top of compliance regulations, packaging concerns become even more real when postal delivery comes into play as we’ve seen with Canadian cannabis legalization. Luckily someone out there is thinking about our future and the future of our oceans. That someone is Sana Packaging.