Corrugated Alternative to Bubble Wrap®
Upcycled from scraps from our shipping box manufacturing, our corrugated alternative to bubble wrap® is a recycled and recyclable paper alternative to plastic bubble wrap® and foam peanuts.
Fibers made with 100% recycled content. May also include additives and adhesives.
Made with 95% post-consumer waste that has been diverted from landfills.
Upcycled corrugate is shredded to form expandable corrugated sheets.
The materials used to construct the corrugated sheets do not contain synthetic polymers.
Commonly accepted in most curbside recycling programs across the US.
Made in USA
Utilizes local recycled inputs, transparent supply chain, lower transportation footprint.
|100% recycled content, upcycled from our shipping box manufacturing scraps
|100% recycled content
95% post-consumer waste
|¼”, ½” or ¾”
|Stretch and twist into a nest to form volume
|Curbside recyclable with paper
|Made in USA
How do you measure corrugated bubble?
What makes corrugated bubble more sustainable than traditional plastic bubble wrap®?
Traditional bubble wrap® is almost always made with virgin plastic. While it is typically thin film recyclable, it is not curbside recyclable. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, our corrugated alternative to bubble wrap® is perfectly sized for your needs and allows you to cushion and protect your good without shipping excess air and material.
Does EcoEnclose offer any additional eco-friendly alternatives to bubble wrap®?
How can I use corrugated bubble in my packaging strategy?
To replace air pillows or packaging peanuts, create a ball out of corrugated bubble. Stretch the corrugated bubble and crumple it up to make “corrugated nests” to use as cushioning under your product.
To replace bubble wrap®, use one of these two methods. Wrap your fragile products in appropriately-sized corrugated bubble before placing them inside your box.
Alternatively, order corrugated bubble that fits your box perfectly and use it as a soft pad to line the bottom or top of your shipping box.
What's the difference between the three thicknesses of corrugated bubble?
Use thicker options when you need more cushioning and padding in your shipping box. If you’re not sure which option to choose, order free samples to help you experience the differences between them firsthand.