NextLife resins gain Canadian approval

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NextLife has become the first company to have post-consumer recycled resins approved in Canada for use in contact with food.

The polypropylene (PP) resins received clearance from Health Canada for use in manufacture of thermoformed or injection moulded packaging for food contact.

NextLife recycled PP and recycled polystyrene (PS) resins also meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance.

We are extremely pleased to be the first company to receive clearance for post-consumer recycled resins to be used in the manufacture of food contact products in Canada​,” said Ronald Whaley, CEO of NextLife.

This expands the target market for our resins and demonstrates the success of our growth strategy which is partly based on securing approvals for our resins in different markets around the globe as we have in the US and now Canada.”

Related topics: Processing & Packaging

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