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Polystyrene Packaging Council, 1025 Connecticut Avenue, #515, Washington, D.C., 20036 202-822-6424.
The Polystyrene Packaging Council (PSPC) was established in 1988 to defend the polystyrene (PS) industry against restrictive measures that would ban the use of PS products.
The web page of the Polystyrene Packaging Council ( lists available facilities.
Like who needs a "PPP" on top of COPPE, NAPCOR, NPRC, the Council for Solid Waste Solutions (CSWS), Polystyrene Packaging Council, Vinyl Institute, Plastics Recycling Foundation, and any number of other organizations concerned with plastics' role in the environment?
Dolco Packaging and the Polystyrene Packaging Council, an industry trade group, helped place a newspaper advertisement in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
The Polystyrene Packaging Council, Washington, D.C., a business unit of the American Plastics Council, has announced the election of their new officers.
Other participants in the survey include the APR, the Vinyl Institute, and the Polystyrene Packaging Council.