How You Can Make a Positive Impact On the Environment

  Most people today understand the importance of living sustainably and want to make a positive impact on the environment. However, when it comes to taking action, knowing what to do to have the most impact can feel overwhelming—especially as...
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5 Reasons to Choose HDPE Furniture

Today consumers can find outdoor furniture made from all kinds of materials. However, while traditional wood and metal materials are still used, many companies and manufacturers are moving towards more sustainable, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly options. One such material that...
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Plastics By The Numbers: What Does It All Mean?

Most people by now are familiar with the symbol for recycling—the triangle made of three arrows. However, what many still don’t comprehend are the numbers that you see in the middle of the triangle on plastics. Most just assume that...
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The Benefits of Purchasing Recycled Plastic Products

Purchasing products made of recycled plastics is now more important than ever. When single-use and disposable plastics were first produced in the 1950s, it was only in small, manageable amounts. Today, nearly 300 million tons of plastic waste are produced...
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Are Recycled Content Products RECYCLABLE?

There is so much talk about companies large and small committing to using recycled materials in making their products. What you don't hear from those same companies is if their products are recyclable. Let's talk about that because it is...
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What’s Behind Recycled Outdoor Furniture Pricing and Long Lead Times-Updated 4-6-22

Recycled Outdoor Furniture, Cambridge 4' bench Post-consumer recycled plastic buying frenzyThe past two years have been nothing short of a rollercoaster in our recycled outdoor furniture industry. Covid stalled business then it supported a surge when outdoor learning, dining and...
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How You Can Help the US Plastic Recycling Industry

Some of us need a nudge before we’ll take action. The collective of recycling proponents and industry leaders got that when China implemented their National Sword campaign, which banned imported scrap plastics that didn’t meet their new, stringent contamination standards.We...
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