The iconic Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack and Fisher-Price Baby’s First Blocks, made from sugarcane-based plastics, are the latest milestone in the company’s goal of achieving 100% recycled, recyclable, or bio-based materials in its products and...
A toy maker, materials supplier and tech company report on how they are applying reduce, reuse, and recycle principles to help solve pollution problems of all types.
An operation that wraps 1,000 pallets per day for six days weekly can save 40 tons of stretch-wrap film yearly.
Single-use has become a dirty hyphenate in many aspects of life, but not in the medical space, where non-reusable plastic devices have improved patient safety. In light of COVID-19, is society ready to reconsider the health benefits of single-use...
Examples of the companies, technologies and people that aim to get the most value out of plastics packaging in a circular economy from Twitter.
rPET honeycomb sandwich panel outperforms PP honeycombs in terms of temperature and strength performance.
The agreement enables Toyo Styrene to deploy the Agilyx technology near Toyo Styrene’s facility in the Chiba Prefecture of Japan, where it will focus on recycling post-use polystyrene back to styrene monomer.
Modest growth is forecast for the release liner market across an increasingly broad application base.
When mechanical recycling is unable to treat the polymer waste (or cannot do so in an economically viable manner), chemical recycling provides a unique opportunity to convert difficult-to-recycle waste streams into high-quality secondary raw...
Is a package truly compostable if no composting facilities are willing to take it and there is no specific program to collect it? Or is it simply an example of "greenwashing?"