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Corrosion, Degradation and Pollution

Posted by Joe Spitz on Apr 8, 2013 10:57:00 AM

Sulfur Dioxide Is the Major Problem with Atmospheric Pollution According To Study

“moderate volcanic eruptions are the main drivers of stratospheric aerosol variability from 2000 to 2010….” . - University of Colorado study, from an IEEE Magazine article

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Topics: export, American manufacturing, corrosion prevention, environmental effects of volatiles, Asia

Packaging Art for Preservation

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Oct 10, 2012 9:12:00 AM

Todays post is from the files of frequent guest blogger Albert Greenhut of EMI.

I recently had a challenge most museums never face. I had the opportunity to expand my wall space to display my ever-increasing collection. The fact is that museums can have up to 95% of their collection in storage at any given time, and given the other fact that museums typically do not get rid of any pieces of their collection (rather, slowly adding to their collections over time) they are in a constant crunch due to continually diluting their amount of wall space.

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Topics: effects of pollution, consumer products, anti-corrosion barrier packaging, environmental effects of volatiles

Packaging and the Protection of Wildlife

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Apr 3, 2012 10:44:00 PM

As a founding member of the Intercept Technology Group, dedicated to the promotion of the unique Intercept Technology Packaging materials, we're pleased to be part of this worthy endeavor: Intercept Technology Group Supports the Protection of Wildlife

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Topics: barrier packaging, sustainable packaging, environmental effects of volatiles, reduce

Packaging Solutions - Jump the Gun

Posted by Elaine Spitz on Feb 16, 2012 9:50:00 AM

Today's post is from guest Albert Greenhut of EMI.

This being an election year, we are hyper-aware of all the ways government impacts and affects our lives. The myriad taxes, foreign policy in the form of free trade agreements and import / export duties, even how private business interacts with the government, ongoing environmental debates, and so on.

Many of these ideas and changes have merit, but always seem to come with strings attached; some are just so convoluted and complex that it becomes difficult to determine who will be impacted and how. The view from the cheap seats allows me to ask, "what if a business could contribute toward solving many of these major issues while saving itself money and becoming more efficient?"

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Topics: vci, oil-free packaging, how to reduce packaging waste, oil, environmental effects of volatiles

Plasticizers Harm Lakes and Streams

Posted by Joe Spitz on Jun 8, 2011 6:29:00 AM

Having worked with Intercept Technology protective plastic packaging for 15 years, one of the many benefits we depict about the Intercept product line is that it does not contain volatiles. Intercept packaging is volatile free. This emphasis is important, in part, to differentiate Intercept from common corrosion protection packaging materials that do use volatiles.  Reading a recent article on the pollution sources of our lakes and streams was a revelation and provided impetus to explain:  what is the significance of the term “volatile free”; what’s the big deal?

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Topics: environmental effects of volatiles, plastic packaging waste



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