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How Can We Recycle Flexible Packaging?

How Can We Recycle Flexible Packaging?

"In this episode, we talk with Evan Arnold, VP of Business Development at Glenroy, Inc. — a supplier of customized flexible packaging that specializes in flexible packaging laminations and innovative stand-up pouches. Our conversations covers consumer education, store drop-off programs, recycling infrastructure, and how the benefits and carbon footprint of flexible packaging beats everything else." Listen to the full podcast episode on the Flexible Packaging website

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Glenroy Inc. Joins the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR)

Glenroy Inc. Joins the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR)

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis., February 15, 2022 — Glenroy® Inc., a leading sustainable flexible packaging company has announced they have joined the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) effective January 2022. The membership demonstrates their commitment to the success of plastic recycling and the future of the industry. “As a company focused on delivering sustainable solutions to serve the next generation, we are excited to collaborate with the Association of Plastic Recyclers to educate and...

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In the News: Brian Hodek Named Director of Food and Beverage for Glenroy Inc.

In the News: Brian Hodek Named Director of Food and Beverage for Glenroy Inc.

As the Director of Food and Beverage, Hodek will lead the company to grow and expand its reach in the food and beverage industries. "I’m excited to join Glenroy and build opportunities in new food and beverage product categories,” said Hodek. “Glenroy’s sustainable flexible packaging solutions support ever-changing markets. From stand-up pouches to stickpack laminations, Glenroy offers the capabilities customers need to protect the integrity of their products, preserve freshness, and extend...

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In the News: Innovative New Sustainable Packaging at PACK EXPO Las Vegas

In the News: Innovative New Sustainable Packaging at PACK EXPO Las Vegas

"Glenroy used PACK EXPO to first officially introduce its TruRenu portfolio of sustainable flexible packaging (5). But as a cherry on top, it was also able to unveil certification in what’s called the NexTrex program, a circular economy-minded initiative whose output is durable goods. More on that in a bit. First let’s look at the new branding." Read the full article in Packaging World

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