Sussex, WI, July 21, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Max-R announced today that they will be featured in an upcoming episode of Business Update.
Max-R is a proven leader in the field of sustainability and eco-friendly living. Manufacturing high quality furnishings for food service and other industries, all of Max-R’s products are made from 100% pure recycled milk jugs.
This particular segment will focus on how Max-R is helping the food service industry move towards a sustainable future. By helping clients help customers recycle, Max-R is steadily moving towards their “Mission for 100 Million” recycled milk jugs.
“At Max-R, we’re driven to providing more than just recycling stations but recycling solutions.” said Mark Hammer, Executive Vice President of Max-R. “Nationally, food scraps are one of the largest components of the waste stream. Max-R helps facilities expand both their composting and recycling collections and help them achieve their sustainable dining goals.”
“Max-R is a company that should be imitated more often,” said Charles Cowan, producer for the series. “Here is a company that is thriving by finding solutions that help both the customer and the environment.”
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Max·R manufactures sustainable indoor/outdoor furnishings made of maintenance-free 97% pure recycled plastic – milk jugs! In fact, since the company’s founding in 1997, they’ve reclaimed nearly 70 million milk jugs and aim to save 100 million by 2014. Beyond its environmental benefits, pure recycled Max·R lumber™ is an innovative alternative to wood since it won’t rot, split or become food for termites. What’s more is that Max·R lumber™ never needs painting and with two-tone color options on furnishings, there’s up to 100 different color combinations to choose from.
Max·R specializes in building waste & recycling bins tailored to specific waste streams and aesthetics. Each tailored recycling station reclaims an average of 1000 milk jugs in its manufacture. Max·R also builds a variety of other site furnishings including benches, planters, message centers and more are built in their facility which is powered by 100% renewable energy as an EPA Green Power Partner. This renewable energy purchase avoids the carbon emission equivalent of taking 100 cars off the road every year!
For more information, visit: http://www.max-r.net/or call 888-868-6297.