EPS

EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE

PROPERTIES OF EPS:

Shock absorption — Ideal for protecting sensitive products in transportation and storage.

Thermal insulation — Ideal for protecting food and vaccines from sudden changes in temperature.

Lightweight — Reduces packaging weight and environmental impact.
Resistance to humidity.

Compressive resistance — Ideal for packaging large, heavy items.

Chemical Resistance

Hygienic — Meets all food contact regulations.

EPS AND THE ENVIRONMENT

 

As members of the EPS Alliance, EFP is dedicated to caring for the environment and accept recycling at all of our locations

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What Americans throw away

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EPS FACTS

 

EPS is an efficient use of a natural material.

EPS doesn’t have any health risks or risks to the environment.

EPS doesn’t damage the ozone layer because no CFCS or HCFCS is used during the manufacturing process.

Little energy is consumed during the molding process.

As an insulator, EPS offers significant reductions in heating and cooling while reducing the emissions of polluting gases.

EPS protects and is lightweight.

EPS packaging meets all international health regulations.

Bacteria cannot grow on EPS.

EPS is only .9% of all municipal solid waste.

EPS is not biodegradable so it cannot contaminate water or air.

EPS is 100% recyclable.

EPS has expanded beyond packaging

Building Products

 

Consumer Products

Agriculture

 

Automotive

Re-Sellers

 

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