ecoveritas unveils new website and branding

Packaging data specialist, ecoveritas, has revealed dynamic, fresh new branding and a contemporary new website as the company looks to a busy year ahead supporting brands and retailers prepare for impending plastic packaging legislation.

The new website showcases the breadth of services offered by ecoveritas to its clients, from sustainability consulting, to packaging optimisation and global Extended Producer Responsibility data collection, analysis and reporting.

Visitors will find an easy-to-navigate design filled with topical industry content, details of training and workshops offered by the ecoveritas team and access to the company’s unique UK Plastic Packaging Tax calculator. The free tool enables users to generate an estimate of direct costs they could face, based on the current draft legislation, when the tax comes into force in April 2022.

Commenting on the brand refresh and website launch, David Harding-Brown, CEO of ecoveritas, said: “We have evolved significantly as a company in recent years and with packaging compliance and sustainability high on the agenda for brands and retailers around the world, now felt the right time to reinvigorate the look and feel of our company.

“It has always been important to us that our clients understand the wide range of services that we can offer to support their sustainability and environmental strategies and the new website demonstrates this perfectly.

“At ecoveritas, compliance, data capture and reporting are only part of our capabilities. Our team has deep understanding of the packaging industry and has vast expertise in packaging design and development. As a result, we hold a unique position where we can identify and analyse potential threats, risks, emerging issues and opportunities to business processes and performance. Through our 360° packaging services commitment, we work with clients from pack concept to completion ensuring their portfolio is fully optimised to meet the needs of supply chains and consumers today and into the future.”

Written by Dom Thorby