February venue in Texas includes Mars Inc., Eastman, Smart Cups (shown), enhanced recycling, The Recycling Partnership and cannabis.
San Francisco–based Blue Bottle Coffee Co. has begun a pilot program to rid coffeehouses of all disposable cups. Customers who want their coffee to-go will have to bring their own mug or pay a hefty deposit for a reusable cup, which they can keep...
Partnership paves the way for closed loop recycling to keep polystyrene out of landfills.
“Not only is recycling completely ineffective, it is directly contributing to global health degradation and associated societal injustices,” claims the editorial.
A nurse in an intensive care unit for almost three decades, Tilda Shalof used colorful bits of plastic from medical packaging and devices that would normally go in the trash to create a vibrant mural.
France wants to ban all plastic packaging and completely transition from a “disposable” society to a “reusable” one by 2040.
Words of wisdom from a variety of forward-thinking industry thought leaders drawn from numerous stories published in 2019.
In product design, there is a concept known as end of life. Sadly, end-of-life planning is rarely addressed in the design phase. It is usually an afterthought, or not considered at all.
We asked people associated with the plastics industry what they would like to see happen in 2020, and here's what they told us.
Here are some ideas for your last-minute, plastic-centric shopping. What's more, most of these products are made in the USA.