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Food will be used for Food Packaging! Hope and Concerns

Have you ever thought over these things while opening the wrap of a food product? The packaging will go to the landfills, adding up to the 60 billion pounds of wastage being collected annuall...

Why Learning from Paper is Still Thriving in Age of Tablets?

Over the past some years, technology has become an integral part of the classrooms across the USA. It is common to see students using tablets, laptops and other devices to read, write and learn. In th...

5 Packaging Tips to Make Your Product Attractive to Buyers

Packaging is the first thing a customer sees while shopping your product. In fact, it influences his or her buying decision. A customer is likely to shop the products with best, attractive and clear p...

Medical Waste: Segregation and Disposal Guide

US Environmental Protection Agency defines medical waste as “a subset of wastes generated at health care facilities, such as hospitals, physicians' offices, dental practices, blood banks, and veteri...

6 Benefits of Plastic Bags

True. Plastic bags are not safe for environment. They are not easy to recycle. They may cause several health hazards. And there are so many things that can go against the plastic bags. However,...

Carton Box Packaging vs. Plastic Packaging: Which is Right for Your Business?

Carton box or plastic packaging? Which one is right for your business’s packaging needs? Well, the answer is not as straight as you are expecting. It requires you to take lot of things into co...

6 Ways To Celebrate Earth Day Everyday

Don’t you feel blessed to be born on planet Earth? Of course, you must be proud of that, right? But then, what excuse do you have to neglect the environment? Yes, knowingly or unknowingly, for...

How (and Why) to Bring Your Food Packaging to Life?

What you do with glass bottles, metal cans, disposable plates and egg cartons after use?  You are likely to throw them out as they are of no use now. Have you ever thought you can reuse your food ...