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Source: Daily News | 2014-07-11
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association is partnering with retailer Walmart and brandmaker SC Johnson on a project to collect and recycle plastic bags and film.
Source: Daily News | 2014-07-10
Given such monumental screw-ups as the City of Toronto’s infamous flirtation with a plastic bag ban last year, we Canadians could be forgiven for thinking of these bans as our own unique problem, like snowstorms in May. Far from it....
Source: Daily News | 2014-07-04
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA) has selected the winners of the 2014 Plastics Industry Leadership Awards, designed to recognize outstanding individuals and businesses for their commitment and dedication to the growth and...
Source: Daily News | 2014-07-01
SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association - one of the plastics industries biggest associations - has joined a new recycling initiative in the U.S.
Source: Daily News | 2014-06-19
Going green is red hot, and nowhere more so than with plastics recycling.
Source: Daily News | 2014-06-18
One of the largest plastic bag makers in the U.S. is acquiring a company said to be the largest paper bag manufacturer in North America.
Source: Daily News | 2014-06-13
Quebec’s biggest post-consumer plastics recycler has ceased operations and asked for bankruptcy protection.
Source: Daily News | 2014-06-09
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association (CPIA) and the City of Montreal are implementing a new pilot project designed to recover polystyrene which is not recovered by the conventional collection of regular recyclable material.
Source: Daily News | 2014-05-14
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association has named Krista Friesen as vice president, sustainability, in charge of the development and execution of CPIA’s advocacy and partnership programs to promote solutions that increase the recovery...
Source: Daily News | 2014-04-08
Recycling of post-consumer film packaging hit 1.02 billion pounds in 2012 – an increase of 56 per cent since 2005, but just 1 per cent since 2011, according to new figures from the Plastics Division of the American Chemistry Council (ACC).