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Recycling: Past, Present and Future

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Over the last several decades, recycling has made major leaps, especially when you consider that there wasn’t a single U.S. recycling program in place until 1973. Today, there are thousands of programs in operation. Although we’ve come a long way since the 1970s environmental movement, recycling programs still have a long way to go.

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Recycling: Past, Present and Future

Posted by baggermaid Admin on

Over the last several decades, recycling has made major leaps, especially when you consider that there wasn’t a single U.S. recycling program in place until 1973. Today, there are thousands of programs in operation. Although we’ve come a long way since the 1970s environmental movement, recycling programs still have a long way to go.

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The Importance of Getting Rid of Plastic Grocery Bags

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Although for many people, waste baskets are a household convenience, these tiny containers can quickly become a problem. Many people reuse their old plastic shopping bags as liners, something that is usually not recommended because bags rarely hold up to the normal wear and tear expected of a trash bag. 

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The Importance of Getting Rid of Plastic Grocery Bags

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Although for many people, waste baskets are a household convenience, these tiny containers can quickly become a problem. Many people reuse their old plastic shopping bags as liners, something that is usually not recommended because bags rarely hold up to the normal wear and tear expected of a trash bag. 

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Why Virgin Plastic is Better

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One of the ironies of living in an age of sustainability and renewable resources is that certain products and applications are best achieved with the use of virgin material. What Are We Talking About? It will be helpful to understand what is meant when people use terms like “virgin” and “recycled.” Virgin, of course

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Why Virgin Plastic is Better

Posted by baggermaid Admin on

One of the ironies of living in an age of sustainability and renewable resources is that certain products and applications are best achieved with the use of virgin material. What Are We Talking About? It will be helpful to understand what is meant when people use terms like “virgin” and “recycled.” Virgin, of course

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New Additive Lets Common Plastics Be Recycled Together

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Researchers say that a newly developed additive containing a “linker” molecule will allow otherwise unrelated plastics to be recycled together. Plastics do not break down naturally, so until now, there has been no way to dispose of these materials in an eco-friendly way. 

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New Additive Lets Common Plastics Be Recycled Together

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Researchers say that a newly developed additive containing a “linker” molecule will allow otherwise unrelated plastics to be recycled together. Plastics do not break down naturally, so until now, there has been no way to dispose of these materials in an eco-friendly way. 

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Technical Details of BaggerMaid Products

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BaggerMaid™ Bags BaggerMaid Bags are made from low-density polyethylene (LDPE), the most widely used plastic in the U.S., is a 100% recyclable plastic. It’s a lightweight thermoplastic made from hydrocarbons. The use of biodegradable and virgin plastic and the optional addition of P-Life™ to BaggerMaid bags, makes our system the only real choice for todays Eco- friendly and environmentally-conscience industries.

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Technical Details of BaggerMaid Products

Posted by baggermaid Admin on

BaggerMaid™ Bags BaggerMaid Bags are made from low-density polyethylene (LDPE), the most widely used plastic in the U.S., is a 100% recyclable plastic. It’s a lightweight thermoplastic made from hydrocarbons. The use of biodegradable and virgin plastic and the optional addition of P-Life™ to BaggerMaid bags, makes our system the only real choice for todays Eco- friendly and environmentally-conscience industries.

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