Sustainability

Recycled Drink Cans
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Cans Are The Most Recycled Drink Package in The World

Aluminum beverage cans are the most recycled drinks package in the world, according to a new analysis by Resource Recycling Systems (RRS). Commissioned by the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI), Beverage Can Makers Europe (BCME) and Abralatas in Brazil, the study used global recycling data to calculate and validate the global recyclability rates for aluminum, PET and glass beverage containers.

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mCaffeine Announces Going Plastic Neutral
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mCaffeine Announces Going Plastic Neutral

It is part of the brand’s wider plastic waste action strategy that includes source reduction & transitioning to post-consumer recycled packaging (with 80 percent glass material and 20 percent of recyclable plastic material)

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single-use plastic ban
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Centre Notifies Ban on Single-Use Plastic Items from July 1, 2022, Increases Thickness of Polythene Bags to 120 microns

Centre on Thursday notified ban on the use of ‘single-use plastic items from July 1 next year and increased thickness of polythene bags from 50 microns to 120 microns. The thickness clause will, however, be implemented in a staggered manner in two phases, beginning September 30. Currently, polythene bags of less than 50 microns are banned in the country.

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Nature Works Integrated Ingeo PLA Manufacturing Plant
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NatureWorks Passes Final Authorization Milestone for New Fully Integrated Ingeo PLA Manufacturing Plant in Thailand

MINNETONKA, Minn., August 9, 2021 – Continuing its global manufacturing expansion plan, NatureWorks, the world’s leading manufacturer of low-carbon polylactic acid (PLA) biopolymers made from renewable resources, has obtained final authorization from parent companies, GC International Corporation Company Limited, a subsidiary of PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited (GC) and Cargill Incorporated (Cargill), to build a new Ingeo™️ PLA manufacturing complex in Thailand. NatureWorks plans to invest in excess of $600 million to construct the complex, which will include production sites for lactic acid, lactide, and polymer, making it the world’s first PLA facility designed to be fully integrated.

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