Hanrahan, Tim
November 2013
Flexible Packaging;Nov2013, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p34
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the role of reprocessing in the flexible packaging industry, which offers sustainable approach to the packaging sector. Topics discussed are issues related to cans and paper added to the plastic scrap volume, challenges regarding cans and paper for recyclers and recycling equipment manufacturers and issues related to inks and graphics in reprocessing. Other topics discussed in-house generated scrap, the creation of preprocessors and increasing demand of sustainability.


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