DAYTON, Ohio, Dec. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CTC Plastics announces two new products that are changing the industry: pallets and resin compounds. These two new CTC Plastics plastic products now contain Lehigh Technologies' Micronized Rubber Powder (MRP) made from end-of-life tire material. Both products are made from 100% recycled materials that perform the same as virgin material, but cost less, passing the savings on to customers.
"CTC Plastics' innovative use of our micronized rubber powder is another example of applying technology to find productive uses of end-of-life tire material," commented Alan Barton, Lehigh Technologies Chief Executive Officer. "CTC Plastics' pallets allow customers to buy a cost competitive, sustainable product without sacrificing performance."
"We're really excited about these new products. Together we have created a competitive product made from an innovative choice of raw materials," remarked John Dennis, CTC Plastics Chief Operating Officer. "These sustainable pallets, made from 100% recycled material just like all of our products, are making a huge impact on companies' carbon footprints and have also given us an unbeatable cost and performance. We also guarantee to buy back damaged or end of life pallets to be reused in the next generation of plastic products."
Pallets made with Lehigh's micronized rubber powder, MicroDyne™ can be purchased from CTC's pallet line. Micronized rubber resin compounds, formally titled Xpro Rubber Batch, can be purchased as-is or to be used in a CTC custom molded product. CTC Plastics' two new products help companies reach their sustainability objectives through the use of green resins or through their supply chain by using a more environmentally-friendly pallet.
CTC Plastics vertically integrates to offer plastic products starting from material testing through distribution. CTC excels at custom and proprietary molding and resin. Founded in 1994, CTC is recognized for being committed to excellence, quality and the environment. Our ISO/IEC 17025 certified lab assures quality and pure ingredients, and confidence in the consistency and compliance with your exact specifications. For more information, visit www.ctcplastics.com.
CTC Plastics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Soin International LLC, a private multi-national holding company that provides strategic management, administrative systems, and financial support to a diverse array of worldwide subsidiaries and affiliates.
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