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Business Wire 02/25/2020 08:55
EMERYVILLE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--REBBL becomes one of the first in the industry to launch a transition to 100% Recycled & Recyclable plastic bottles. The plant-based beverage brand’s new Green Packaging Initiative applies to all of its 12 oz drinks. As a mission-driven company, REBBL is committed to creating a positive environmental impact through sustainable business practices: from the ethically sourced ingredients in each bottle to their nonprofit partnership to this new Green Packag.
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Coatings World 02/25/2020 08:08
Arkema said it is taking action with an ambitious climate plan that is aligned with the Paris Agreement. As such, the Group has set a new strategic environmental objective: To reduce its absolute.
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TrakRap’s commercial director, Simon Burrow, said: “3PLs and their customers can realize huge savings in plastic and cardboard usage while reducing CO2 emissions by reconsidering the end-of-line packaging systems they use.
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No technology was identified during the technology review that could achieve a better overall control efficiency than the use of a PTE to capture HAP emissions from the coating application station and a thermal oxidizer to destroy HAP emissions from the coating application and the curing oven.
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Inside Retailing (Australia) 02/24/2020 17:00
As a greater number of consumers shift their focus to social and environmental trends such as plastic pollution, climate change and public health, the spotlight is on retailers to reflect these changing values and respond to societal challenges.
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Korea Times (Korea) 02/24/2020 12:31
The British Embassy in Seoul encouraged using less plastic when drinking coffee during an event last week as part of its "Green is GREAT" campaign, which highlights the United Kingdom's hosting of the 2020 U.N. Cli-mate Summit in November.To be held in Glasgow, the summit is also called COP 26 in reference to the 26th Conference of the Parties to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).The "Coffee for zero plastic" event, jointly organized with construction consulting firm Dohwa Engineering, was held at company premises in Gangnam-gu, southern Seoul, Feb. 21.
Seeking Alpha 02/24/2020 10:56
But we also have customers who say listen, for us carbon emission is much more important and we rather use plastics because the carbon emission on paper is much more damaging than on plastic.
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