Ecopacks, in their structure, are very similar to digipacks, however there is no plastic tray holding the disk. In ecopacks the disks are put in the appropriate cuts, and the fact that there are no trays brings additional benefits. Such packaging, being made completely and only of paper, is more ecological and at the same time economical. They, much thinner than digipacks or jewel cases, take less space and are much cheaper in transportation. CD, DVD, and DVHD disks placed in ecopacks are commonly used as attachments to newspapers or colourful magazines. Then bought by customers in a form of film, music, or multimedia can create a wonderful private collection at each home.

Ecopacks can be printed both sides which gives the publishers more printing or advertising space. The range of ecopacks is so huge that it can be conformed to individual needs and expectations.