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- Ball Corp (BALL) to Offer Reusable Bottled Water On-Site
Ball Corporation (BALL) partners with Boomerang Water to meet growing demand for eco-friendly beverage packaging
and reduce waste and carbon footprint in the traditional plastic bottling system.
Zacks. Tuesday, 4 Oct 2022.
- Eastman (EMN) & Interzero Ink Supply Deal for Recycling Plant
Under the deal, Interzero will provide up to 20,000 metric tons annually of hard-to-recycle PET household packaging
waste for Eastman Chemical's (EMN) facility in France.
Zacks. Tuesday, 4 Oct 2022.
- Millions of Britons wrongly believe a Union flag on food means it is made with 100% UK ingredients
Millions don't realise that manufacturers are allowed to display the flag on packaging
provided the product is made in the UK, even if the ingredients come from overseas.
Daily Mail. Monday, 3 Oct 2022.
- Tesco plans to squeeze out waste packaging and save tons of waste cardboard
The trial of boxless toothpaste begins this week at 27 Tesco stores and, if successful, will be extended to all outlets - potentially saving 680 tons of cardboard a year.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 25 Sep 2022.
- Civil Rights To Sustainability: Atlantic Packaging Continues Its Mission Of Leading Change
has its roots in a newspaper founded by a KKK-fighting, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist W. Horace Carter. Today his grandson, Wes Carter, continues in his footsteps by working to preserve our natural environment.
Forbes. Monday, 19 Sep 2022.
- Jason Momoa shaves iconic locks to promote ocean protection, elimination of plastic bottles
Momoa co-founded a water company that promotes aluminum packaging
and removes plastic from the ocean.
ABC News. Wednesday, 7 Sep 2022.
- CO2 supply fears re-emerge as CF Fertilisers plant halts production
Carbon dioxide is used in the slaughter of pigs and chicken as well as packaging
and fizzy drinks.
BBC News. Thursday, 25 Aug 2022.
- UK's worst branded polluters accused of greenwashing and urged to do more to protect environment
The dozen companies named in a survey as being responsible for 70% of the branded packaging
pollution found in the UK have been accused of "greenwashing" and urged to do more to protect the environment.
Sky News. Monday, 22 Aug 2022.
- Nintendo to shrink Switch box to increase supply
Nintendo is reportedly planning to shrink down the packaging
of its Switch consoles by around 20 per cent, starting this month.Best upcoming Nintendo Switch
Pocket Lint. Friday, 19 Aug 2022.
- Soda Switch: Sprite will no longer be sold in green bottles
Coca-Cola said it's changing Sprite's packaging
from green to clear plastic beginning August 1 as part of broader efforts to become more environmentally responsible.
ABC News. Thursday, 28 Jul 2022.
- Sprite to retire green plastic bottles in favor of clear ones
Sprite's current packaging
contains green polyethylene terephthalate, a recycled material that cannot be recycled into new bottles.
CBS News. Wednesday, 27 Jul 2022.
- Products get smaller as price stays the same
of daily household goods shrink, as shoppers pay the same for less. Carter Evans reports.
CBS News. Wednesday, 20 Jul 2022.
- How to know if your sunscreen is expired
For FDA-approved sunscreens, consumers can expect to find expiration date labels printed right on the packaging
with an "EXP" marker followed by the month and year.
Fox News. Tuesday, 5 Jul 2022.
- California Passes Sweeping New Plastic Waste Law
The legislation requires that all packaging
in the state must be recyclable or compostable within ten years
Smithsonian. Tuesday, 5 Jul 2022.
- FDA: Vidalia Onion Recall Due To Listeria Concerns Affects Wegmans, Publix, 5 States
Testing by A&M Farms found a not-so -sweet finding about one of its packaging
lines for this sweet onion.
Forbes. Saturday, 2 Jul 2022.
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