Our Own Bryon Crump is named to 40 Under 40

Designation Honors the Best in Business in the St. Louis Region

Bryon Crump - Vice President of Sales and Marketing at EnviroPAKWe’re very excited to announce that our very own, Bryon Crump, was recently named one of the St. Louis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40. Out of more than 750 nominations, Bryon was selected to be a member of an elite group of 40 individuals under the age of 40 who are distinguishing themselves in the business community in St. Louis.

The Business Journal was particularly impressed with Bryon’s dedication to the community. With more than 20 years of service in St. Louis and its surrounding areas, Bryon’s contribution to the city’s manufacturing sector goes virtually unmatched.

Bryon is a proud member of the Institute of Packaging Professionals and part of the Sustainable Packaging Technical committee, and is most proud of his work with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis.

Bryon will be featured in the February 13 issue of the St. Louis Business Journal.

EnviroPAK In the Media

Publication Dedicates Feature Story to the use of Molded Pulp

The simple story of turning recycled newspaper into a viable packaging solution continues to make headlines as manufacturing of molded pulp grows and grows as packaging experts continue to make the transition from other materials. Chris Miget and Bryon Crump were more than happy to show the editors of Small Business Monthly around EnviroPAK’s headquarters for a plant tour. To read the full feature story for the September issue, please go here.

EnviroPAK’s Focus on Sustainability featured on Radio and TV

Company President, Chris Miget, was very busy on Earth Day 2014, having appeared in print, radio and television before lunchtime. “Molded pulp was the real star,” Chris Miget, told the Pulpit. “It’s a blast sharing our story of how this 100 year old material is having a huge resurgence and popularity in the marketplace. Sustainability in packaging is so big right now, EnviroPAK’s sales forecasts continue to rise as more and more companies are transitioning away from plastic, resin, and polystyrene (EPS).


Miget was featured on television in St. Louis on the morning news program on KTVI-TV (view here), KMOX Radio (listen here) and the St. Louis Business Journal (read here).


Molded pulp had quite a day in the spotlight and continues to perform for companies all over the U.S. for their go-to sustainable package solution.

EnviroPAK in the Media

Package Design Magazine Highlights Many Uses of Molded Pulp

Package Design magazine highlighted the use of molded pulp in a recent feature on sustainable packaging. The article featured the many uses of molded pulp including holding, carrying, and protecting delicate electronics, expensive medical devices, and much more. Unlike plastic resins, which are petroleum based, molded pulp is made from recycled newsprint, a renewable raw material. You can download the full feature here.