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Don't Recycle It!

Don't Recycle It!

Plastics come and go in your average household on a daily basis. When we are done using them, we either throw them in the recycling bin, or the trash. We feel good about putting our recycling bins out for collection on recycling day, because we know we have done our part to save the earth. However, not all of the plastics in that recycling bin are ...

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Scraperite introduces sustainable packaging for plastic razor blades

Ormond Beach, Florida USA, March 28, 2022. Scraperite rethinks its packaging to incorporate simple material changes and assembly design to reduce its ecological footprint.The innovative plastic razor blade safety scraper company now uses a trapped blister assembly structure to keep each part separate, making the packaging fully recyclable. Sandwich...

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Scraperite increases access to key customers and suppliers

An innovative approach to smarter distribution by connecting buyers with resellers ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, March 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Scraperite brings together resellers with key consumers to create low friction access to their products in all parts of the world. Using internet networking in an innovative way, th...

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91% of your recycling bin ISN’T being recycled

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Most destination vacationers desire a sunny, hot day at a pristine beach. But when was the last time you went to the beach without finding some kind of garbage? The problem is that upwards of 30% of all plastics end up polluting our oceans. Whether junk is seen floating in the water we swim in or washing up on the beaches we want to enjoy, we can a...

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Stop Using Your Fingernails!

Stop Using Your Fingernails!

Fingernails aren't tools – so why use them as such? It's second nature. The immediate reaction to removing sticker residue or paint splats is to take a crack at it using your fingernail. Anytime you try something else, like a metal scraper, you regret it because you either cut yourself, or damaged the surface. Fingernails are 100% the right way to ...

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