A company that uses seaweed as a replacement for standard plastics in foodservice is sucking up more investment capital for expansion.
This year, Plastics News received nearly 100 nominations for Rising Stars. It wasn't easy narrowing them down to just 35 people age 35 and younger in the industry.
Canada's new passport design includes a polycarbonate page with laser etching.
An unexpected thing happened when Berry Global Group Inc. announced it would close at least 15 plants. Rather than seeing share prices for the publicly traded packaging company fall on news that would seem to be bad, however, its stock value went up.
The financially struggling Tupperware Brands Corp. has brought in help to find ways to survive.
SAG-AFTRA, the actors' union, has joined with the Motion Picture Association to create the Green Council, a new initiative aiming to "promote environmentally conscious and sustainable practices in the entertainment industry."
The dead speak! Audience Engagement Editor Erin Sloan, somehow, returns for another May 4th column about in our prestigious plastics publication. How long will her colleagues let her do this?
Influencer trends are leading consumers to use unsafe containers for laundry pods; Hillenbrand announces sustainability awards; plastic at the Met Gala.