Innovative Company Helps NJ County Recycle Foam

Since October 2016, one New Jersey county has processed more than 4,000 pounds of polystyrene foam for recycling. Sussex County, in an effort to save

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Polystyrene Recycling: What You Need to Know

As some states, cities, and communities debate expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam bans, misconceptions and false information inevitably arise. Foam opponents often argue that foam is

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Virginia Tech Dining Services to Ban Foam Cups

Even though the cost of alternatives is significantly higher, Dining Services at Virginia Tech is seeking to ban polystyrene foam cups at campus dining halls,

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Why The Baltimore Ban is Bad

The common misconception is that foam #6 is a harmful product for both consumers and the environment. However, most don’t know that foam is recyclable

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Maryland Discussing Statewide Polystyrene Foam Ban

On January 31, Maryland lawmakers will discuss Senate Bill 186 (SB 186), which proposes banning polystyrene food service packaging statewide. The Maryland House version (HB

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Polystyrene Foam Recycling Center Opens in Hampstead

Thanks to Dart Container Corporation, Hampstead, MD, residents will have a place to drop off their polystyrene foam products for recycling this holiday season. Located

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Johns Hopkins Hosts Foam Recycling Drive

Johns Hopkins University has decided to make a major impact on the campus community and environment by creating a campus-wide foam recycling drive. In partnership

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Foam Industry Promotes Foam Recycling in Mid-Atlantic

The foam industry is changing perceptions about which materials can actually be recycled. Polystyrene foam products, such as egg cartons, coffee cups, and to-go containers,

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Montgomery County Considering Unnecessary Burden for Small Businesses

The Montgomery County, Maryland Councilmembers may soon find themselves voting on an unnecessary bill that that could mean new economic hardships for the small businesses

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DC City Council Surprises Local Businesses with Foam Ban Vote

Small businesses within Washington, DC may soon be faced with an unexpected economic burden due to a vote made discreetly on June 24 by its

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