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Fantastic Plastics : Fantastic Plastics 2011
After more than 60 years Tupperware still continues to empower it’s global sales force of over 2.2 million people, their consumers and families with sustainable options that help improve the quality of their lives. These communities are then in the position to serve as good stewards and caretakers of the environment. As an organisation, Tupperware supports local and global environmental efforts through friendly manufacturing processes, conservation, waste reduction practices and recycling programs. Tupperware is equally committed to driving environmentally friendly solutions and practices in the material usage process through investments in robust research and development. By staying focused on delivering high quality products, and preservation of the environment around the globe Tupperware promises to leave a legacy to the next generation. REFERENCES: Armstrong P, & Laffin, J. 1993. Gould League of Victoria. Waste matters, environmental education activities about waste. Australian Packaging Covenant, 2010. [online], available at www.packagingcovenant.org.au Beverage Industry Environment Council, June–September 1996. Recycling audit and garbage bin analysis. Freudenrich, C, Ph.D. American Chemistry Council, 2010. How plastics work. Green Living Tips, 2010. Recycling by the numbers, [online], available at www.greenlivingtips.com Plastics Institute of Australia Inc. 1989. Plastics news international. Plastics New Zealand, 2010. The Plastics Identification Code, [online], available at www.plastics.org.nz Practical Action, The Schumacher Centre for Technology and Development, 1990. Recycling plastics. Recycling and Resource Recovery Council, 1994. Less Waste Wins—How to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Society of Plastics Industry, 2010. Plastics recycling codes, [online] available at www.plasticsindustry.org Teaching Tools, 2010. How are plastics made?, [online] available at www.teachingtools.com To start your own Tupperware business call me on the number below. Australia: 1800 805 396 / www.tupper ware.com.au New Zealand : 0800 800 818 / ww w.tupper ware.co .nz Seq#418001/11 Follow us Environmental Paper Profile Printed by a Professional Colour Management, ISO certified printer reducing waste & using vegetable based inks.