Recyclers have long touted the environmental benefits of using recovered plastics, pointing to both energy savings and lower greenhouse gas emissions compared with virgin resin use. But an exact accounting of just how much brand owners and converters can promote those benefits has, for the most part, been lacking.
Plastic recycling refers to the process of recovering waste or scrap plastic and reprocessing the materials into functional and useful products. This activity is known as the plastic recycling process. The goal of recycling plastic is to reduce high rates of plastic pollution while putting less pressure on virgin materials to produce brand new plastic products.
EasyPak is pleased to announce the launch of its integrated, rebranded packaging platform, which consists of three synergistic thermoformed packaging businesses. The integration was part of a larger vision by private investment owner, Graham Partners, Inc., to build a leading, mid-sized thermoformed packaging platform.
Market Research Future (MRFR) has announced a new release on the global thermoform packaging market. The report discusses the global thermoform packaging market’s present condition in terms of its past movement patterns and provides readers with a clear idea of the market’s likely growth trajectory over the coming years.
Graham Partners, a private investment firm focused on investing in businesses with proprietary technologies, advanced manufacturing know-how, innovative product development capabilities, and strong growth potential has decided to invest in the thermoformed packaging sector by choosing Nuconic Packaging.