The work of UK-based Enviro-Point is set to be referenced in a new commemorative book and documentary film marking the 75th birthday of King Charles III.
Both creatives chart the monarch’s early life and roles and responsibilities as the Prince of Wales, through to his accession and coronation as King and reflect the ideas and issues – including innovation in sustainability – he has championed along the way.
Enviro-Point is the proponent of a 100% recyclable and 100% bio-degradable plastics solution that bio-transforms into a bio-available wax before being bio-assimilated back into nature.
The firm has pioneered the world’s first fully sustainable plastics solution in aviation at Gatwick Airport through the introduction of an ICAO-approved duty free security tamper evident bag (STEB), as revealed by TRBusiness.
Graeme Stewart, CEO, Enviro-Point will be interviewed about the solution for the documentary and attend the book launch for ‘His Majesty at 75: The Leadership and Vision of King Charles III’, published by St James’s House, on 14 November at Claridge’s Ballroom in central London.
Stewart said: “It’s a great honour and privilege for Enviro-Point to be approached by St James’s House to feature in such a distinguished publication and the associated documentary of His Majesty at 75: The Leadership and Vision of King Charles III. It will help us to reach a new international audience with our revolutionary solution, which is a major step forward for airports in the move away from environmentally-harmful plastics.”