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The microbead ban: what is means for the packaging industry

Earlier this year, a ban on the manufacture of products containing microbeads came into force in the UK. The tiny pieces of plastic are used to rinse-off products such as face scrubs, toothpastes and shower gels but substantially impact marine life. Eloise McLennan finds out more about microbeads and the impact of the ban.

OPTIMA Life Science Completes Turnkey MD300 Project

UK-based automation specialist Optima’s innovative MDC300 solution is a high-performance system that has been carefully optimised for the production, packaging and cartoning of wound dressing products for the medical sector.

Automation Parts Handling

A video demonstrating Modern Machinery's automation parts handling systems for the packaging industry.

In defense of plastic

The hard-wearing, long lasting impact of plastic is the reason why it has had such an impact on the environment, but it is also one of its core strengths, and why recycling rather than taxing and banning is the real way to move forwards.

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