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Coming Attractions: A Sneak Preview of HPRC Projects in Progress


HPRC has worked hard to bring you a host of free solutions to encourage and increase healthcare plastics recycling. But we are not resting on our oars.

Have a look at a few new projects that our member companies and HFAB partners are working on right now!

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How Nurses and Hospital Staff Can Help HPRC Increase Healthcare Plastics Recycling


Nurses, doctors, and other front-line staff often write to HPRC, passionate about the waste they see being discarded daily with little to no effort towards recycling, and how powerless they often feel about it. You can do something!

HPRC has devised 4 ways in which something can be done, a start can be made – read about how you can help your healthcare facility begin or improve iupon its plastic waste recycling efforts.

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What Does China's Plastic Ban Mean for Healthcare?


In July of 2017, China announced it is no longer accepting imports of 24 categories of consumer waste, including commonly recycled post-consumer plastics and paper products. Almost every country exported a portion of their recyclables to China – now there are shockwaves being felt around the world as waste piles up and has nowhere to go.

The Pfizer Foundation Announces $5 Million Grant to Support Women and Families


The Pfizer Foundation* recently announced a $5 million grant recommitment to initiatives that provide family planning access and education for women and men at the same time children are routinely vaccinated.

By increasing access to these integrated services, we’re helping women access reproductive and sexual health services at the same time their children are vaccinated – and in turn, supporting efforts to improve the health of women and their families by:

Nelipak Healthcare Packaging Joins Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council

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July 10, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The Healthcare Plastics Recycling Council (HPRC) welcomes Nelipak Healthcare Packaging, a global leader in custom thermoformed packaging that provides superior protection for medical devices and pharmaceuticals, as its newest member.

The Key to Fighting Chronic Disease in South-East Asia: Young People

More than half the ASEAN region’s 630 million people are under age 30. Harald Nusser, Head of Novartis Social Business, says that to fight the rise of chronic disease in South East Asia we need to inform its youth on the importance of healthy lifestyles.
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