At the Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS), we work with our members to help them achieve their sustainability goals in a number of ways, including:
Promoting sustainable manufacturing practices, including the fair treatment of employees, transparency in the supply chain and the use of recycled plastics in new products.
Educating companies about the aspects of sustainable manufacturing, such as how to reduce water and energy use and make their products easier for consumers to recycle.
Demonstrating viable business models for collecting and recycling different types of plastic materials from locations like offices and hospitals to be returned to the supply chain.
Incentivizing companies to eliminate waste and increase recycling.
The PLASTICS Sustainability Advisory Board is made up of representatives from all segments of the supply chain and interested specific end markets who act as a steering committee, guiding the association’s sustainability work.
PLASTICS and the Future Leaders in Plastics (FLiP) Committee are devoted to supporting and encouraging the next generation of plastics leaders who will play a crucial role in the innovation, technology and future of the plastics industry.
From supporting positive recycling programs to educating legislators on the realities of recycling, PLASTICS and its members influence legislation and regulators to bring change that enables a more circular plastics economy. Help ensure your legislators understand the full impact by getting involved.
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