- Oh those pesky plastic peanuts. Towbridge, Clinton // Christian Science Monitor;3/1/96, Vol. 88 Issue 66, p16
Presents information on the author's experience with polystyrene packaging materials, which were included in packages that he received. Advantages of using this type of packaging; Components of the product.
- THE FDA recently agreed... // Prepared Foods;Jan94, Vol. 163 Issue 1, p97
Reports on the Food and Drug Administration's agreement to the use of recycled polystyrene material in the production of food-contact packaging.
- Sheet makes the grade. // Food Manufacture;May2003, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p46
Introduces the range of clear polystyrene sheet material for food packaging from VTS Doeflex in Great Britain.
- Packaging prices plummet across the board. // Grocer;3/14/2015, Vol. 238 Issue 8196, p21
The article offers an update on the price level changes of various packaging materials as of March 14, 2015, including polypropylene, polystyrene and testliner.
- Think inside the box. Berman, Karen // Operations & Fulfillment;May2004, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p18
Presents information on the ecologically friendly qualities of several packaging materials. Definition of the phrase ecologically friendly; Details on the problems faced by recyclers when recycling polystyrene foam packaging; Qualities of starch-based packaging peanut materials.
- A home for your foam. // Transportation & Distribution;Aug94, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p80
Reports on the recycling rate for post-consumer expanded polystyrene (EPS) protective foam packaging. EPS packaging as the third most recycled plastic product according to the Association of Foam Packaging Recyclers; Remaining materials in the packaging.
- Brand-New Bag. Siegel, Jeff // Operations & Fulfillment;Sep2003, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p24
Deals with the search of fulfillment professionals for a cost-effective alternative to polystyrene peanuts to be used as protective packaging materials. Problems seen with a number of alternative packaging materials; Disadvantages of polystyrene peanuts; Reasons behind the reluctance of many...
- BRINGING BIOPRODUCTS TO MARKET. Orts, William J.; Inglesby, Maria; Glenn, Gregory M. // BioCycle;Jun2003, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p25
Discusses how molded-fiber technology company Regale Corp. uses recycled paper to develop packaging materials. Renewable alternative to polystyrene packaging; Types of packaging types and designs; Conversion of farm residuals into new products.
- Not just a "pipe dream". Marshall, Ben // Recycling Product News;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p30
The article offers the author's insights regarding the alternatives for polystyrene as packaging material in electronics industry including the use of mushroom-based packaging, organic additives and total elimination of packaging.
- The Right Stuff. Berman, Karen // Operations & Fulfillment;May2004, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p19
Evaluates the ecologically friendly qualities of several packaging materials. Corrugated fiberboard; Polystyrene foam; Cellulose wadding; Starch-based packing peanuts.