Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Eco-Friendly Packaging by Blue Lake

Ying Liu is a mom on a mission to solve the plastic problem through innovation. Going from a teacher to an Apple executive and then an ecopreneur, her epiphany struck at a landfill, where the sight of endless waste juxtaposed against the ocean horizon hit too close to home. As a mother, she couldn’t stand the idea of her children not being able to enjoy the ocean when they were her age. This led her to start Blue Lake Packaging, a company dedicated to developing affordable sustainable, fiber-based alternatives to everyday products. Blue Lake’s product offerings include the newly released fiber-based tape and dispenser. In 2024, the company aims to expand its market reach as well as its product offerings. In particular, Liu sees promise in the plastic-free cushioning material space.
Blue Lake has everyday items that everyone uses, like this ECOLIFE tape dispenser
More than a masking tape: This plant-based tape, complete with a plastic-free tape dispenser, works like magic for masking, labeling, sealing, journaling, etc.
Ideal for a Variety of Settings: school, office, library, homes, or part of a community that values the environment.
Toxic-Free: This masking tape comes without any toxic glue or ink. The dispenser and packaging are free of plastic film or coating, ensuring a clean and green choice.
 The award-winning dispenser design makes refilling and reusing a breeze, providing a convenient and sustainable solution.
Ample Supply: It comes with this tape dispenser four rolls of paper tape. Each roll offers up to 550 uses with a 3/4-inch cut each time.

By prioritizing processes that reduce waste and carbon footprint, Blue Lake ECOLIFE caters to environmentally aware consumers seeking practical, comparably priced alternatives for their daily needs. With ECOLIFE, customers don't have to choose between sustainability, quality, or user experience.


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