SPI works to protect the plastics industry whenever legislation, regulations and public policy matters are being debated that could impact plastics’ bottom line. From international trade agencies to Capitol Hill and state capitols across the country, SPI is there to ensure that policymakers hear the industry’s voice.


Through its Advocacy Action Center, SPI provides a grassroots network to rally the more than nearly 900 thousand plastics workers nationwide.


SPI has developed five scorecards covering legislative and regulatory activities at the federal, state, and international levels that help keep members informed on key issues impacting the plastics industry.

Legislative

Regulatory

SPI’s Government Relations team conducts a comprehensive public policy program designed to preserve or enhance a positive legislative and regulatory climate for the entire plastics industry. But in order to truly empower the industry’s impact, we need your involvement on a grassroots level.

  • Become a Member
    SPI means business. As an SPI member, you will receive  the latest information on public policy issues and become part of our grassroots advocacy campaigns.
  • Community Outreach
    Learn more about how SPI’s community outreach programs can inform the people in your town – from political leaders to students -- about the ways plastics benefit society, contribute to the economy and provide employment.
  • Join a Committee
    Serving on a committee is a great way to get involved in SPI.  From public policy and packaging materials to occupational health and environmental issues, there’s a committee that will meet your interests and assist our advocacy efforts.
  • Plastics Industry Economic Data






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