At the start of every new year the curbs of small town America are littered with brittle Christmas trees just waiting to be picked up and hauled away to the dump…but what if there was a better use for these discarded decorations? Scientists have recently found away to use chemicals found in these old Christmas trees to make plastic! continue reading
It has been announced that the U.S. Department of Energy and the Rochester Institute of Technology will form a new center with the mission of developing energy efficiency technology and advance the reuse and recycling of materials in manufacturing. continue reading
Camden, Indiana will soon be home to brand new recycling and scrap-plastics-to-fuel facilities! These state of the art facilities will process recyclable and non-recyclable plastics into a wide range of commercially viable products and fuel. continue reading
We’ve recently premiered our video tour of the lab at Crayex Corporation in Piqua, Ohio. Join us as we take a closer look at some of the testing we conduct to make sure our products meet the highest in quality standards!
Crayex is proud to offer our customers separated bags, sheets and sleeves loose in a case. We can provide this for products up to 50″ wide in lay-flat or gusseted, up to 60″ in length and with thicknesses of 1 – 10 mil in mono or co-extruded.
We can separate shrink and non-shrink, industrial grade or food grade, printed or vented, in any slip level, with any additive or tint.
Crayex Corp.is investing a massive seven million toward expanding it’s two factories. The additional space will give way for future opportunities for growth. More factory space also means the ability to take on more business.
Around $400,000 in additions is planned for expansion at the Piqua, Ohio facility located at 1747 Commerce Drive. Included in the expansion will be the addition of 6,400 square feet for manufacturing space.