Food Service Items That Serve the Planet

April 23, 2020
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Food Service Items That Serve the Planet

COVID-19 has significantly impacted our food service industry, resulting in an increase in demand for the items required to support take-out and delivery.

In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many of the businesses being affected are in the food service industry. In lieu of welcoming customers in, restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops and fast food establishments are focusing on take-out and delivery. The corresponding increase in demand for food service items will present a significant problem when they inevitably escape the recycling net.

ECLIPSE™ will reduce plastic pollution.

Our proven ECLIPSE™ sustainable polymer additive ensures that plastic bio-assimilates like paper in both terrestrial and marine environments, leaving behind no microplastics. Designed for use in polyolefins like PE and PP, ECLIPSE™ is the answer to our plastic pollution problem. With a simple 1% inclusion rate in the production process, ECLIPSE™ is ASTM 5526 and 6954 certified, FDA approved and 100% recyclable.

This sustainable polymer additive has a wide range of food service item applications, including but not limited to:

  • Straws
  • Stir sticks
  • Cups
  • Lids
  • Plates
  • Food delivery containers
  • Bags, liners and pouches
  • Cutlery

To learn more about ECLIPSE™ and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many of the businesses being affected are in the food service industry. In lieu of welcoming customers in, restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops and fast food establishments are focusing on take-out and delivery. The corresponding increase in demand for food service items will present a significant problem when they inevitably escape the recycling net.

ECLIPSE™ will reduce plastic pollution.

Our proven ECLIPSE™ sustainable polymer additive ensures that plastic bio-assimilates like paper in both terrestrial and marine environments, leaving behind no microplastics. Designed for use in polyolefins like PE and PP, ECLIPSE™ is the answer to our plastic pollution problem. With a simple 1% inclusion rate in the production process, ECLIPSE™ is ASTM 5526 and 6954 certified, FDA approved and 100% recyclable.

This sustainable polymer additive has a wide range of food service item applications, including but not limited to:

  • Straws
  • Stir sticks
  • Cups
  • Lids
  • Plates
  • Food delivery containers
  • Bags, liners and pouches
  • Cutlery

To learn more about ECLIPSE™ and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

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In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many of the businesses being affected are in the food service industry. In lieu of welcoming customers in, restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops and fast food establishments are focusing on take-out and delivery. The corresponding increase in demand for food service items will present a significant problem when they inevitably escape the recycling net.

ECLIPSE™ will reduce plastic pollution.

Our proven ECLIPSE™ sustainable polymer additive ensures that plastic bio-assimilates like paper in both terrestrial and marine environments, leaving behind no microplastics. Designed for use in polyolefins like PE and PP, ECLIPSE™ is the answer to our plastic pollution problem. With a simple 1% inclusion rate in the production process, ECLIPSE™ is ASTM 5526 and 6954 certified, FDA approved and 100% recyclable.

This sustainable polymer additive has a wide range of food service item applications, including but not limited to:

  • Straws
  • Stir sticks
  • Cups
  • Lids
  • Plates
  • Food delivery containers
  • Bags, liners and pouches
  • Cutlery

To learn more about ECLIPSE™ and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

Food Service Items That Serve the Planet

COVID-19 has significantly impacted our food service industry, resulting in an increase in demand for the items required to support take-out and delivery.

In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many of the businesses being affected are in the food service industry. In lieu of welcoming customers in, restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops and fast food establishments are focusing on take-out and delivery. The corresponding increase in demand for food service items will present a significant problem when they inevitably escape the recycling net.

ECLIPSE™ will reduce plastic pollution.

Our proven ECLIPSE™ sustainable polymer additive ensures that plastic bio-assimilates like paper in both terrestrial and marine environments, leaving behind no microplastics. Designed for use in polyolefins like PE and PP, ECLIPSE™ is the answer to our plastic pollution problem. With a simple 1% inclusion rate in the production process, ECLIPSE™ is ASTM 5526 and 6954 certified, FDA approved and 100% recyclable.

This sustainable polymer additive has a wide range of food service item applications, including but not limited to:

  • Straws
  • Stir sticks
  • Cups
  • Lids
  • Plates
  • Food delivery containers
  • Bags, liners and pouches
  • Cutlery

To learn more about ECLIPSE™ and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

About Smart Plastic

Founded in 2016, Smart Plastic is revolutionizing the potential of plastic to improve the environment for future generations.

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In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, many of the businesses being affected are in the food service industry. In lieu of welcoming customers in, restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops and fast food establishments are focusing on take-out and delivery. The corresponding increase in demand for food service items will present a significant problem when they inevitably escape the recycling net.

ECLIPSE™ will reduce plastic pollution.

Our proven ECLIPSE™ sustainable polymer additive ensures that plastic bio-assimilates like paper in both terrestrial and marine environments, leaving behind no microplastics. Designed for use in polyolefins like PE and PP, ECLIPSE™ is the answer to our plastic pollution problem. With a simple 1% inclusion rate in the production process, ECLIPSE™ is ASTM 5526 and 6954 certified, FDA approved and 100% recyclable.

This sustainable polymer additive has a wide range of food service item applications, including but not limited to:

  • Straws
  • Stir sticks
  • Cups
  • Lids
  • Plates
  • Food delivery containers
  • Bags, liners and pouches
  • Cutlery

To learn more about ECLIPSE™ and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

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