The predictable performance of moulded Polystyrene makes it a useful material for an enormous range of requirements.
Polystyrene Packaging – Environmentally Preferable
All packaging leaves an environmental footprint regardless of material type. It takes energy and raw materials to produce, transport, and recover or dispose of all materials. So it is important to measure all of these impacts throughout the entire lifecycle of the product. Polystyrene foodservice packaging uses less energy and resources to manufacture than comparable paper or coated paperboard products.
Polystyrene Plastic – Designed with Food Safety in Mind
50 Years of Safety
The food safety benefits of polystyrene foodservice packaging are undisputed. The United States Food and Drug Administration regulates the safety of food- contact packaging and has approved the use of polystyrene since 1958, so too have governments around the world.
Polystyrene Food Packaging Delivers for Business
Foodservice is a highly competitive industry. Choosing polystyrene packaging allows everyone from mom-and-pop restaurant owners to directors of large school districts to help keep costs low and menus affordable for customers. Less money spent on packaging also means greater resources available to expand business and hire new employees.
Polystyrene – The Smart, Sustainable Solution
All things considered, polystyrene foodservice makes good environmental sense. It generally uses fewer resources to manufacture, and weighs half as much as comparable coated paperboard products, resulting in a tangible reduction in air emissions during transport.
Compacted EPS fish boxes, which can then be sent to china for extrusion into pellets and reused for low grade moulded purposes like coat hangers and CD boxes.