Interview with Fashion Designer Alexis Walsh: Sustainability in Fashion
We were fortunate to interview Alexis Walsh, current 3D fashion design innovator and creator who has an active role in the New York City fashion industry. Receiving her degree at The New School, part of Parsons School of Design, Alexis’s work has revolved around sustainability and resourcefulness, turning heads around the world.
With recycling becoming more and more important to governments, consumers, and businesses, and the harmful effects of not recycling becoming clearer, many groups and individuals are doing their part to help out.
In Ohio, for instance, many initiatives are being undertaken to increase recycling and reduce the utilization of single-use plastics. Let’s take a look at some of the ways local governments, companies, and consumers are pitching in.
Education has been intertwined with the manufacturing sector for decades, with talented and educated workers greatly contributing to the success of the field, and with innovations within the field in turn providing new areas of study for students.
In this post, we’ll look at the role that science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, continues to play in the manufacturing sector and why it’s so essential to both the industry and the country that STEM education continue to be a priority.
The plastics industry is constantly evolving and coming up with new, innovative ideas for recycled plastics and more. Read on to discover some of the latest innovations happening right now in the plastics industry.
Climate change has been a topic of discussion for the past few decades, and as the crackdown on plastic has come to the forefront of concern, some may wonder what the connection between the two might be.
Keep on reading our blog post to find out the answer and the issues relating to plastic going unrecycled.
The Benefits of Recycling Plastic, from a Business Perspective
The plastic recycling process has become part of the standard operations of a variety of industries and companies, since not only is it positive for the environment, but it also makes good business sense from a financial standpoint. In fact, many companies are incorporating plastic granulators into their operations to fully take advantage of this.
Because of plastic recycling’s widespread status, we decided to write a post around companies we’ve come across who are doing amazing things in crafting recycled plastic products into new materials.
Shini USA, Division of Budzar Industries, has been housed in the Budzar Industries corporate headquarters since its inception in 2004. However, that situation has changed. Shini USA is now headquartered at 2002 Joseph Lloyd Parkway, in Willoughby Ohio, conveniently located near Budzar Industries.
You probably see it all the time – articles on your social media feeds about feel-good stories of domestic pets or wild animals whose lives were changed thanks to prosthetics. These types of stories help warm our hearts, but there is a lot more work that goes into the devices than may meet the eye, and they’re all possible thanks to inventive manufacturing.
Keep on reading to learn more about how these plastic prosthetics are made and the impact they have had for hundreds of animals.
Every year, the plastics industry hosts a wide variety of events all over the world to let those in the field learn about the latest developments, innovations, issues facing the industry, and more.
To help our customers in the industry who are looking for new opportunities, we decided to compile a lengthy list of these events. Give them a look to find some trade shows and other events to attend or present at!
With the importance of recycling and sustainability increasing every year, and more and more consumers expecting companies to do their part, having a plastic recycling process in place is becoming vital for a variety of industries.
While the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas may not make you think of responsibility and going green, and while casinos in the city may not heavily promote their recycling efforts for that very reason, many casinos are in fact pitching in.