BRADENTON, Florida., February 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The National Lubricant Container Recycling Coalition (NLCRC) welcomes a new associate member, the Petroleum Packaging Council.
The National Lubricant Container Recycling Coalition (NLCRC) is an industry-led technical coalition, established by a committed group of lubricant and plastic packaging manufacturing industry leaders, focused on delivering solutions for post-consumer recovery and recycling of plastic lubricant containers. Joining members Castrol, Valvoline, Pennzoil – Quaker State, Graham Packaging, Plastipak Packaging and Berry Global, the Petroleum Packaging Council will contribute to the NLCRC’s vision of building a sustainable future for recycling plastic lubricant containers.
The mission of the Petroleum Packaging Council is to provide the petroleum packaging industry with leadership, technical training and networking opportunities, as well as to be the most relevant global resource for innovation, efficiency of production, safety, health and sustainability throughout the petroleum industry.
“We are honored to have the PPC join us as an associate member. The PPC has a long history of addressing new challenges facing the petroleum packaging industry, and we look forward to working with them to develop solutions for its members. » ~ Tristan Steichenexecutive director of the NLCRC.
“Partnering with the NLCRC provides us with a unique opportunity for our organization to participate in the forefront of initiatives on plastic packaging recyclability and collection. It aligns perfectly with our vision to be the most relevant global resource in innovation and sustainability for the oil industry.” ~ Iris ThomasSales and Business Development Manager – Flexible Packaging Group and Board of Directors, PPC
Meeting a challenge as complex as recovering post-consumer plastic packaging for recycling is not feasible for most individual businesses, especially when products are distributed across multiple regions and markets. Cost-effective solutions require collaboration with multiple stakeholders (including competitors), both up and down the lubricants value chain. This coalition brings together all entities that produce, handle, distribute and recycle lubricants and plastic packaging, including associations like the PPC, to speak with one voice for the industry and deliver results by creating systemic and collaborative for post-consumer recovery. and recycling.
About the NLCRC
The National Lubricant Container Recycling Coalition or “NLCRC” is an industry-led technical coalition, established in 2021 by a committed consortium of lubricant manufacturers and associated plastic packaging manufacturers, focused on delivering solutions for post-consumer recovery and recycling of plastic lubricant containers. NLCRC members now include Castrol, Valvoline, Pennzoil – Quaker State, Graham Packaging, Plastipak Packaging, Berry Global and Petroleum Packaging Council. For more information visit our websiteor connect with NLCRC at LinkedIn Where Twitter.
About the Petroleum Packaging Council
The Petroleum Packaging Council is an association that provides technical leadership and training to the petroleum packaging and blending industry. For more information visit our website or connect with PPC on Twitter, Facebookand LinkedIn.