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Coalition discredits EPA study on bottle bills

When the Environmental Protection Agency asked for peer review of a draft report prepared by the Tellus Institute on the costs and benefits of bottle bills, the Coalition for Comprehensive Recycling, a broad-based group including representatives from industry, organized labor and retail trades, had plenty to say.
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Paperboard firsts

C & V Zuegg, a producer of fruit juices and jams based in Verona, Italy, became the first company to use the Brick Carrier(TM) developed by Riverwood (Atlanta, GA).
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New look for OSHA?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is evolving into a significantly tamer federal agency in the face of current regulatory reform efforts.
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Packaging woes prompt meat processors to seek relief

The American Meat Institute (AMI) has asked for a six-month extension of the August 8 implementation date for new ingredient labeling requirements by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
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Shoppers have strong views on packaging

The government appears to have been right on target in its effort to provide Americans with more nutrition information by requiring nutrition labels on packaged foods.
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Package is key for Keystone

Hair care and cosmetics manufacturer Keystone Laboratories wanted to make a strong entrance into the market with its new Opal Glow(TM) alpha hydroxy-based skin care line, aimed primarily though not exclusively at African Americans.
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Scott readies Cottonelle launch

Package design plays a key role in a launch this summer of three Cottonelle bath tissue products from Scott Paper, Philadelphia, PA: a hypoallergenic bath tissue, a tissue with baking soda, and a moistened personal wipe containing aloe.
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Delaney Clause in crosshairs

The Delaney Clause is unlikely to survive the current assault from GOP lawmakers, which is coming from several directions. H.R. 1627, the "Food Quality Protection Act of 1995," whose provisions include replacement of Delaney with a negligible risk standard, has strong bipartisan support from ranking Republican and Democratic members of key committees including Agriculture and Department Operations and Nutrition.
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A Weiser design

When Weiser Lock introduced its Weiser Brilliance(TM) line of residential door hardware this Spring, the Tucson, AZ-based company wanted to make sure its new products wouldn't get lost on store shelves.
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Dry soup maker stands up the envelope

In the dry soup category, packaging tends to be either printed or labeled cups or envelopes in a carton. Sahara Natural Foods, San Leandro, CA, has combined the advantages of both.
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Corona treating equipment suit settled

Enercon Industries Corp., Menomonee Falls, WI, and German partner Ahlbrandt Systems, Inc. filed suit against Pillar Technolo-gies, Hartland, WI, in 1986 alleging that Pillar infringed on two Ahlbrandt patents involving corona treating equipment, which treats the surfaces of plastic films or metal foils to improve ink adhesion.
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Packaging woes prompt meat processors to seek relief

The American Meat Institute (AMI) has asked for a six-month extension of the August 8 implementation date for new ingredient labeling requirements by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
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U.K. beer recall results in relaunch

In mid-July, U.K.-based joint venture Carlsberg-Tetley PLC introduced Tetley's Draught beer in 500-mL aluminum cans. The brew's new can graphics sport cream colors that depict the decorative huntsman roundel popular on beer taps in British pubs.
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Associations tout recycling progress

Some in the recycling community have begun to wonder if America will ever be able to reach and sustain satisfactory recycling rates (see PW, July 1995, p.
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Transfer cars simplify pallet handling

Owens Brockway glass plant now relies on automated cars and pallet stackers instead of forklift operators to move cases of glass from palletizers to stretch wrappers.

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