News & Press Releases

Dart Container Remains Committed To Keep Our Rivers Clean

Sacrament, California (Novemver 5, 2014) — For the seventh consecutive year, with the help of Dart Container’s Lodi manufacturing facility employees, friends and family, volunteers collected 21,000 pounds of litter from the American River Parkway during the Annual Great American River Clean Up.

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UC Davis Continues Tradition of Green Move-In Recycling Drive

DAVIS, CA (October 15, 2014) — The University of California, Davis announced today the collection of (hundreds) of pounds of foam containers through a partnership with campus Student Housing and Dart Container, which took place during the school’s annual green move-in recycling drive.

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Dart Cup Ltd./Solo Cup Canada Inc. Now Marketing Under a New Name: Dart Canada

Toronto, Ont. (Sept. 18, 2014) — Canada's leading manufacturer of single-use foodservice packaging has unified its activities and facilities (Dart Cup Ltd. in Campbellford and Solo Cup Canada Inc. in Toronto and Mississauga) under one name: Dart Canada.

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Dart Container Corporation Moves Forward With Record Expansion

August 14, 2014 — Dart Container is finishing construction on two new buildings that are part of the Mason company's largest local expansion. After more than 50 years of business in Mason, it's a change the company was ready for.


"It obviously helps to have the space you need for the employees that are required for this operation," said Executive Vice President of Manufacturing at Dart, Dan Calkins.

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Plastic Recycling, Inc. (PRI) announced today the launch of a new EPS recycling facility in Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis, IN — Plastic Recycling, Inc. (PRI) announced today the launch of a new recycling facility in Indianapolis, IN dedicated specifically to the recycling of post-consumer foam cups, foam take-out containers and other used polystyrene materials collected through curbside pick-up programs across the country.

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Princeton Moulding turning post-consumer PS into frames

May 20, 2014 — New York City’s impending polystyrene ban isn’t stopping Gary Fredrick. He’s not even slowing down.

If anything, Frederick and Princeton Moulding Group LLC are speeding up, helping lead the industry charge to prove that PS can effectively be recycled. And they’re getting a little help from their friends to do it.

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