Sana Packaging is changing the narrative! 100% plant-based hemp plastic 100% reclaimed ocean plastic Cannabis packaging for a circular economy. Linear Economy v. Circular Economy Infographic
Sana Packaging is changing the narrative!
With the help of our incredible customers, we’re changing the way the cannabis industry thinks about sustainability, disposable products, and waste recovery.
100% plant-based hemp plastic.
Ultimately, plant-based materials made from rapidly renewable and regenerative resources are what should be used for single-use products, like packaging.
With its rapid growth cycle, hardiness, and versatility, hemp is an ideal feedstock for bioplastic packaging. Minimize your environmental impact with our 100% plant-based and chemical-free hemp plastic cannabis packaging
100% reclaimed ocean plastic.
We view ocean plastic as a stranded resource and our goal is to remove plastic from the ocean and reintroduce it to the marketplace and proper waste stream.
There is simply no reason to use virgin petroleum-based resins, especially for single-use products, like packaging. Help protect our planet's most fragile ecosystems with our Oceanworks® Guaranteed 100% reclaimed ocean plastic cannabis packaging.
We partner with Oceanworks to source 100% reclaimed ocean plastic.
Help protect our planet's most fragile ecosystems with our Oceanworks® Guaranteed 100% reclaimed ocean plastic cannabis packaging.
With the help of our incredible customers, Sana Packaging has already removed more than 45 tons (90,000 lbs) of plastic waste from our oceans and used more than 54 tons (108,000 lbs) of plant-based hemp plastic.
For reference, the average car weighs just 2 tons (4,000 lbs)
Cannabis packaging for a circular economy.
It’s not just the materials we use that set Sana Packaging apart from other cannabis packaging suppliers, it’s our entire business model and approach to packaging.
Our goal is to move cannabis packaging away from the linear ”take-make-dispose” economic model and towards a circular economic model, which is based on three guiding principals:
- Designing out waste and pollution
- Keeping products and materials in use
- Regenerating our natural systems