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Engineered to Recycle - Waste Not

Posted by Joe Spitz on Nov 15, 2021 11:25:50 AM

   

    Listed below are some outstanding applications for recycled plastics. There are so many more to consider, but these piqued my interest. Commitments from industrial leaders to build products with recycled plastics help to create the market, generating incentive and adding value to industrial and consumer packaging produced with recycled materials.

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Topics: how to reduce packaging waste, sustainable packaging, plastics, recyclable

5 Recycling Problems that Industry Can Help Solve

Posted by Joe Spitz on Sep 28, 2021 1:54:14 PM

     There is a well-intended drive in motion to eliminate single-use packaging, because the world is choking on trash and it’s only getting worse. A very large part of the problem is that developed nations are shipping their trash to developing nations, which necessarily are the least prepared to manage it. Too often in the process, trash spills into waterways leading to oceans, disrupting and entangling animal inhabitants, and presenting a health hazard for the residents of these developing nations. All of these factors and more create a mess that is most imperative to solve, and which is something that can be corrected with our help.

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Topics: how to reduce packaging waste, recyclable, protective packaging, environmental issues

Recycling Baseballs, Packaging, and Other Springtime Fun

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Apr 15, 2013 3:15:00 PM

For some of us it is that glorious beginning to a season where we are anxious to see how our team’s off season acquisitions will fare against the rest of the big league.  Others of us wallow in self-pity at Wrigley Field… either way I have always been captivated by the number of baseballs used during the course of an MLB.

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Topics: Intercept Technology packaging, innovation in packaging, recyclable, recycling packaging

7 Ideas for Recycling at Home

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Aug 2, 2011 6:38:00 AM

Need some new ideas for recycling at home? Here are some of the ways we reuse and recycle materials:

1. Cut the legs and seat of worn out sweatpants into squares or rectangles for washing the car, dusting furniture, wiping the bathroom mirrors, cleaning windows, or whatever other cleaning chore you have. Worn bath or dish towels can serve the same purpose - all can be machine washed until they're no longer useful.

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Topics: recyclable, reduce

8 Criteria for Sustainable Packaging

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jun 23, 2011 5:00:00 AM

The word “sustainable” means many things to many people. The Sustainable Packaging Coalition provides a common vision and a framework of guidelines toward the improvement of packaging. According to the SPC, their definition has been widely adopted throughout the packaging industry.

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Topics: better packaging, sustainable packaging, recyclable

Packaging - Simple Can Be Better

Posted by Elaine Spitz on May 31, 2011 9:52:00 AM

When manufacturers first learn of the benefits of Intercept Technology™ Packaging, they have questions about which form of Intercept will work best in their manufacturing or storage facility, or for shipping their parts or products.

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Topics: corrosion, ESD, Liberty Packaging, packaging, recyclable, Static Intercept



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