|By PR Newswire||
|February 17, 2013 08:28 PM EST||
BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NextLife will play an integral role at this year's Going Green Exhibit, presented by the International Home and Housewares Show (IHA) held on March 2-5, 2013 in Chicago. NextLife will host an "invite" only event for participants of the Going Green Exhibit on Monday night, March 4th.
Ron Whaley, NextLife CEO will be attending the trade show from March 2-4 and will be on hand to provide expert guidance for organizations who are interested in providing consumers with sustainable, end-of-life solutions for houseware products. "Our asset recovery programs, located at our Rogers, Arkansas location, are designed for retailers and manufacturers alike; perfect for putting reclaimed resins back into consumer products, housewares and packaging applications," quoted Ron Whaley, CEO of NextLife
NextLife once again will be presenting their FDA cleared sustainable resins for the housewares community. The FDA-cleared polypropylene and polystyrene resins can be used in food contact applications, making them perfect for manufacturers and retailers with "going green" at the forefront of their products value proposition.
NextLife, a global manufacturer of sustainable plastic resins, has a vital mission to develop and market financially viable uses for our nation's plastic waste by creating sustainable plastic resins for use in a broad array of existing applications.
"The IHA provides the perfect venue to showcase environmentally responsible products from great companies, and I can't wait to see some of the sustainable items on hand," says Catherine Del Spina, Green Ambassador from NextLife, who participated as a judge for the Going Green Exhibit. "NextLife is thrilled with the opportunity to recognize some of the best."
The IHA's International Home and Housewares Shoe's Going Green Exhibit is located in the lobby of the Lakeside Exhibition Hall. For more information please visit:
NextLife's high performance re-engineered sustainable resins can be customized for use in a wide variety of applications, including consumer products. The carbon footprint of a NextLife resin is 70 percent less than that of a virgin resin, helping businesses create high quality green products that are attractive to consumers. For more information, please visit www.NextLife.com.
Catherine Del Spina, Green Ambassador
6800 Broken Sound Parkway
Boca Raton, FL 33487
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