Posted: Mon, 07/08/2013 - 10:19
CROFTON, MD, July 8, 2013 – The International Expanded Polystyrene Alliance (INEPSA) has re-launched their website at www.epsrecycling.org with a number of new resources for people around the globe looking to recycle their expanded polystyrene (EPS) transport packaging. The site provides the contact information for worldwide organizations that provide EPS recycling assistance, as well as interesting facts about EPS and the benefits it provides as a sustainable packing material.
The new website provides information on EPS associations that have signed the International EPS Recycling Agreement, which pledges their commitment to INEPSA and the promotion and advancement of EPS recycling. Visitors to the site can easily search for their country from an alphabetical list and then contact their respective EPS association, which will provide the details on where their EPS can be recycled locally. Companies that use EPS in their packaging and service the global market will find the INEPSA website to be a valuable tool for informing their customers on the best way to responsibly dispose of their end-use EPS. In addition to providing recycling contacts, the site also contains a wealth of information about EPS and its role in environmental stewardship.
INEPSA is an international coalition formed by the EPS Industry Alliance (EPS-IA), the European Manufacturers of Expanded Polystyrene (EUMEPS) and the Asian Manufacturers of Expanded Polystyrene (AMEPS), which worked together to produce the new site. EPS is currently the only packaging material industry with such a global partnership. These associations represent the EPS industry in North America, Europe and Asia respectively. INEPSA has a long history of sharing information and resources to facilitate the betterment of the EPS industry in their individual markets, but the launch of the new website is the first product of INEPSA collaboration.
For more information contact Diana Gentilcore at 800-607-3772 or email@example.com.