From our favorite foods and beverages to personal care products, plastic packaging plays an important role in everyday life.
While plastic and glass are both recyclable materials, there are many advantages to using plastic over glass for packaging. When it comes to environmental impact and recycling, let’s look at how these two materials measure up.
Recycling plastics and other materials saves resources and protects the environment, but only if recycled properly. Here are a few facts about plastics recycling and why it’s on the rise, along with ways you can better recycle and be part of the Recycling Counts™ movement.
You’ve probably heard a lot about recycling plastics, but some of these facts may surprise you. Read below and discover nine reasons why plastics recycling is on the rise.
Used plastic bottles can not only be made into new bottles, but can also be turned into a variety of items used in everyday life. Used plastics can be recycled into fencing, clothing, carpet, insulation, road surfacing, cement and much more! Explore this infographic to learn more about the many practical uses of recycled bottles for other industries.
Have you ever wondered how bottles end up in the ocean? Where are they coming from and why is it happening? This infographic explains the wide scope of these problems along with the best practices by organizations who are joining Plastipak and Clean Tech’s sustainability efforts.
Post-consumer recycled PET (PET PCR or rPET) has many advantages when it comes to sustainability. With a bottle and cap that are both recyclable, PET bottles are an ideal and sustainable packaging solution. Here are the top 10 advantages to using recycled PET.