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Recyclable Bag-in-Box Packaging for Water

Latest Articles AMHERST, NH [May 3rd, 2021] Scholle IPN also announced that the bag-in-box packaging passed the Association of Plastic Recyclers’ FPE-CG-01 testing, which evaluates the compatibility of flexible packaging with film-to-film recycling processes. The package is the first bag-in-box format to pass this testing protocol. The testing was completed by Plastics Forming Enterprises (PFE). […]

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APR recognizes recyclability of packaging technologies

Latest Articles AMHERST, NH [April 28th, 2021] On March 5, APR awarded a letter to P&G for the company’s 100% plastic base-cup-free, bag-in-bottle aerosol container. During a March 5 webinar, Scott Smith, research fellow at P&G, explained that the company has developed two recyclable all-plastic aerosol containers to replace metal ones. The most recent one […]

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Plastics Recyclers Europe recognizes Plastics Forming Enterprises as an accredited lab

Latest Articles AMHERST, NH [April 1st, 2021] Plastics Recyclers Europe, which has developed RecyClass recyclability testing standards, has recognized Plastics Forming Enterprises (PFE),Amherst, New Hampshire, as an accredited laboratory for all four product categories: polyethylene terephthalate rigids, high-density polyethylene rigids, polypropylene rigids and polyethylene flexibles. This makes PFE the first U.S. testing facility to achieve accreditation […]

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PFE Continues to Expand into the European Plastics Recycling Industry

Latest Articles AMHERST, NH [March 30, 2021] Plastics Recyclers Europe, the leading organization to define recyclability in Europe and to develop the RecyClass recyclability testing standards, has recognized Plastics Forming Enterprises (PFE) as an accredited laboratory.  PFE has gained accreditation for all four product categories in Europe, including: polyethylene terephthalate (PET) rigids, high density polyethylene […]

Written by on March 30, 2021