Did you know that plastic packaging is also a stored energy source?
If you are using plastic mailers, with or without bubble, chances are they were made with polyethylene resin. If so, then you are really sending out small stored energy sources with each shipment.
Polyethylene can be recycled over and over again, and when it is no longer recyclable, it can then be incinerated in a trash to steam plant. Air scrubbers are used so no toxins are released into the atmosphere.
Trash to steam operators love to burn plastics, as they generate the highest amount of BTU’s by mass versus any other material.
So make sure your customers are aware of the “green” aspects of plastic packaging, and burn baby burn.
Thank you..really informative!!
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at the first sentence it looks like it were correct but if you look closely i cant see the point of this…
Nichole, Thanks for your feedback. The point is simply informing the public and making them feel good about using plastic packaging. Once the life of the package is over, there is a productive alternative outside of a landfill.
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