The benefits of EPS

At RADVA, we use the optimal material for the end use. As one of the first molders of EPS—Expanded Polystyrene—packaging,…

The far-reaching impact of bad packaging

The effects of bad packaging may extend farther than you think... Damaged product Damaged product deposited in landfill Production replacement…

The signs of fine packaging

RADVA is a leader in the design and manufacture of protective and temperature-sensitive packaging and shapes. Good packaging comes in…

What you should know about EPS

EPS is recyclable There are 490 EPS recycling locations in North America EPS holds the best recycling rate of plastics…

EPS EXPO 2017: Inspiration to Innovate

Earlier this week, RADVA attended EPS EXPO 2017 in Charleston, SC, hosted by the EPS Industry Alliance (EPS-IA). We heard…

RADVA to Attend EPS EXPO 2017

RADVA will attend EPS EXPO 2017 hosted by the EPS Industry Alliance from March 20-23 in Charleston, SC. The program…

Polystyrene bans: more harm than good

Polystyrene bans have been initiated in cities across the country. But are they misguided attempts that may do more harm…

RADVA Joins EPS Industry Trade Association

RADVA has announced its partnership with the EPS Industry Alliance (EPS-IA), an organization dedicated to increasing the positive awareness of…
Wine in foam packaging

The Elements of Great Packaging

Have you ever bought a bottle of wine because it had a great label? Or picked a book based on…
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The Second Life of EPS

Recycled EPS can be used in a number of surprising objects. Recycled EPS is used to make new foam packaging,…