Until the day when we can feed movies directly to our televisions from our computers without a lot of tech knowledge, we’re going to be using DVD’s in one form or another. There is now a Flex DVD available that not only uses 50% less plastics in production, but is less expensive to ship, reducing the carbon footprint substantially.
It can also be bent and flexed without causing damage to the disc, and uses no chemicals or bonding materials in the construction process. It is made from 100% recycled materials, and holds the same as a standard DVD, up to 4.7 gigabytes.
The Flex DVD was developed by the company CD Digital Card. More information here.