Biodegradable and Water-Soluble Packaging in factories to Tackle Plastic Pollution

The EA Project How we developed Biodegradable & Water-Soluble Packaging To Tackle Plastic Pollution

This month, discover how CSN Member, Raphael Cazalbou, Co-Founder and CEO of PVA PRO (HRK Group), developed Biodegradable and Water-Soluble Packaging in their factories to Tackle Plastic Pollution

Raphael Cazalbou Co-owner of the HRK Group which includes two companies, 1 specialised in biodegradable packaging called GPS PLAS and another one called PVA PRO, which specialises in water-soluble packaging.

“We bring the revolution in eco-friendly packaging production.

PVA PRO is the first factory in Vietnam to specialize in water-soluble packaging production.
This patent material is the best solution for the environment as it is biodegradable, compostable, recyclable, marine safe and edible by the wildlife.
Our factory will focus on packaging for the fashion industry, apparel, electronics, laundry services, and technical paper lamination.

Living in Vietnam since 2010 I have seen the country’s fast development and rise. Vietnam has so much energy and an unlimited source of opportunities. As the plastic waste crisis was more and more visible to the point of becoming a health issue, my Vietnamese wife and I decided to take action for our kids and all Vietnamese to be able to enjoy this beautiful country. With our factory and distribution company, we have made many unique innovations in Vietnam to offer eco-friendly alternatives to plastics and look to become a leader in the market for biodegradable and compostable solutions.

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