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  1. Dunkin’ Donuts and McDonald’s to drop EPS foam cups

    Following what Home Depot did last year when they replaced EPS foam in its private-label holiday product assortment, Dunkin’ Donuts and McDonald’s announced they will be eliminating foam cups worldwide by 2020.

    This latest decision to stop using foam packaging could encourage other giants to do the same.

    Way to go McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts!

    Click HERE and HERE to read the full stories.

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  2. Iceland commits to eliminating plastic packaging by 2023

    The frozen food retailer, Iceland has committed to eliminating plastic packaging from all of its own brand products by the end of 2023.

    They will create a range of paper and pulp packaging and trays, along with fully recyclable paper bags to help start the phase-out of the polluting material.

    Click HERE to read more.

  3. The Recycling Challenge puts experts to the test

    The Recycling Challenge game at WestPack 2018 put experts to the test at identifying what packages are recyclable or should be trashed.

    “The game is designed to teach packaging professionals that it is not always straightforward how to recycle a package, and that on-package labels like How2Recycle are critical in helping people recycle more materials and reduce contamination of the recycling stream,” says Sustainable Packaging Coalition senior manager Trina Matta.

    To read more, click HERE.

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  4. PACK EXPO 2018

    It’s never too early to start planning!

    We’re very excited to announce we will be exhibiting at PACK EXPO October 14-17, 2018 in Chicago at McCormick Place in Upper Lakeside Center E-7631.

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    Mark your calendars!