The purpose of this research is to examine the essential factors, which are driving the success of a brand. This research also identified the relationship between the dependent and independent variables. This is the primary research and data has been collected through questionnaire and for analysis purpose SPSS software has been used.
Cardboard November 20, By ismuser There is no doubt that all packaging materials have some sort of impact on the environment. The question is what types have the greatest impact, and whose responsibility is it to limit environmental costs?
According to Frank Ackerman from Tufts University, in packaging in general was responsible for about a third of all the municipal waste in the US. This implies that the consumer has a vital role to play, because manufacturers are catering to their needs.
On the positive side though, the situation does seem to be getting better since the non-profit Massachusetts-based Tellus Institute reported in that packaging contributed 50 percent to municipal solid waste.
They also found that recycling some types of plastic might be more environmentally detrimental than throwing them out. In terms of cardboard, they found that corrugating medium was the least of possible evils, with bleached kraft paperboard creating the most environmental impact.
Consumers Need to Be More Environmentally Aware Various organizations have developed guidelines for consumers to encourage them to keep the environmental impact of products and packaging in mind when they purchase products.
Tips from the US Environmental Protection Agency EPA aim to make consumers more environmentally aware, and include the need to choose items that have been packaged in the least wasteful way.
Choose products packaged simply with a material that can be recycled. Reuse containers and bags, boxes and paper. Buy products in bulk or in larger containers. Even so, there are no clear guidelines in terms of choosing between paper and plastic, particularly when it comes to bags.
Plastic Versus Paper and Cardboard Studies undertaken by the EPA highlight certain pros and cons of plastic grocery bags versus those made of paper that we should all keep in mind when choosing packaging materials. Production of both paper and plastic bags requires energy and in both processes waste is generated.
While paper is made from timber, which is a renewable resource, plastic is made from natural gas and crude oil that are non-renewable resources.
But paper bags generate 50 times more water pollutants and 70 percent more air pollutants during production than plastic bags. While plastic bags use 40 percent less energy during production and generate 80 percent less solid waste compared to paper bags, they can take between five and ten years to decompose.
Paper bags, on the other hand, may decompose in about a month, although research shows that a lack of light, water and oxygen in landfill sites is inadequate and slows the degradation process. Furthermore, 2, paper bags weigh lbs kg versus 2, plastic bags that weigh only 30 lbs less than 14 kg.
Recycling is preferable to landfill, and much more paper and cardboard is recycled than plastic. In a total of 20 percent of paper bags were reportedly recycled in the US, but only one percent of plastic bags.
Additionally, it takes 91 percent less energy measured in British thermal units to recycle a pound or about half a kilo of plastic than a pound of paper.
Ultimately, the EPA recommends that whatever bags they choose to use, consumers should reuse them. And rather than using paper or plastic bags, a strong, reusable bag made of a material like canvas will have a much lower environmental impact.
At the time, Riverford owner Guy Watson stated that it was his customers who were holding him back.
To be sure he was doing the right thing, Watson funded a two-year study at Exeter University.Although our study was not powered to detect potential impacts on malaria transmission, we use published estimates of the impact of adherence on malaria cure rates to show that these simple stickers cost approximately $1-$4 per averted malaria infection.
Packaging. Sustainability, Recycling, Materials. That is what the Danish Environmental Protection Agency discovered and published in a study that analyzes the environmental impact of the production, use and disposal of grocery carrier bags currently available at Danish supermarkets.
INTRODUCTION This study aims to analyze the impact of radio advertisements on urban customer towards buying behavior in retail stores and attempts to determine the role of radio advertising on broadcasting of information on the sales promotions.
Impact of Product Packaging on Consumer’s Buying Behavior Rizwan Raheem Ahmed1, The objective of this study is to determine role of packaging on consumer’s buying behavior.
The purpose of this research is to examine the essential factors, which are driving the some researchers explore the impact of packaging and its features on. CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION Conclusion Results of research study regarding the role of packaging on consumer’s buying behavior stipulated following conclusions: • Packaging could be treated as one of the most valuable tool in today’s marketing communications, necessitating more detail analysis of its elements and an impact of those.
The Environmental Impacts of Packaging • Photodegradable plastics. are those degradable plastics where primary mechanism of degradation is through the action of sunlight.