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226 - Daphna Nissenbaum from TIPA discusses compostable films
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226 - Daphna Nissenbaum from TIPA discusses compostable films

Please note: we recorded this episode in September 2023 before the horrific events that unfolded in Israel on October 7th. Daphna and I discuss her military service in Israel during the episode but obviously did not discuss the terrorism which descended upon Israel since it had not happened.

Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…

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Here’s what AI thinks we discussed:

About The Guest(s): Daphna Nissenbaum is the CEO and co-founder of TIPA, a company that specializes in compostable packaging solutions. With a background in software engineering and experience in various industries, Daphna recognized the need for sustainable packaging and developed a technology that emulates nature's way of packaging food. She is passionate about solving the problem of plastic waste and has successfully launched compostable flexible packaging solutions in multiple continents.

Summary: Daphna Nissenbaum, CEO and co-founder of TIPA, shares her journey of developing compostable packaging solutions. As a software engineer, she recognized the need for sustainable packaging and drew inspiration from nature's way of packaging food. TIPA focuses on solving the end-of-life problem of packages by creating compostable packaging that decomposes within six months. The company has achieved both industrial and home compost certifications and manufactures locally in various continents. TIPA works with converters and brands to provide compostable packaging solutions that are compatible with existing machinery and offer the same barrier properties as traditional plastic.

Key Takeaways:

  • Daphna Nissenbaum, CEO of TIPA, developed compostable packaging solutions inspired by nature's way of packaging food.

  • TIPA focuses on solving the end-of-life problem of packages by creating compostable packaging that decomposes within six months.

  • The company has achieved both industrial and home compost certifications and manufactures locally in various continents.

  • TIPA works with converters and brands to provide compostable packaging solutions that are compatible with existing machinery and offer the same barrier properties as traditional plastic.

Quotes:

  • "Nature packed oranges, bananas, nuts with compostable packaging that turns into fertilizer after consumption." - Daphna Nissenbaum

  • "We focus on solving the end-of-life problem of packages with compostable solutions that decompose within six months." - Daphna Nissenbaum

  • "We ensure the brand that we work with the rest of the process from end to end." - Daphna Nissenbaum

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Packaging Is Awesome with Adam Peek

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