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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.
Los Angeles, California (May 6, 2014) — Dozens of Dart Container employees participated over the weekend in the 25th Annual Great LA River Cleanup event, hosted by the Friends of the LA River (FoLAR), donating volunteers as well as foam recycling education for the sixth year.
Mason, Michigan (April 15, 2014) — Dart Container announced the collection of 72 bags of litter this weekend, that have been cleaned from the Michigan highway with the help of nearly 25 employees, friends and family as part of the company’s fourth annual participation in the Michigan’s Adopt-A-Highway program.
Mason, MI (February 10, 2014) — To support the recovery of post-consumer foam packaging, Dart Container Corporation is proud to announce the launch of HomeforFoam.com, an educational website dedicated to informing businesses, city governments, and schools about how polystyrene (PS) foam #6 can be recycled. It also provides a list of markets for the material, a list of the environmental and economic benefits to recycling foam #6, as well as a list of locations that accept foam #6 recycling facility.
Plant City, FL (October 29, 2013) — Dart Container Corporation, the world’s largest manufacturer of foam cups, has announced plans to expand its existing presence in eastern Hillsborough County with the construction of a 400,000 square foot warehouse in Plant City. Dart is investing $14 million in the project, and up to two dozen new jobs are expected to result from the expansion.