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Plastics Make it Possible
Plastics Make it Possible
Plastics Make it Possible

Plastics Make it Possible

Plastics Make it Possible® highlights the many ways plastics inspire innovations that improve our lives, solve big problems and help us design a safer, more pro

Great, fashionable items can be worn year round and are sometimes made with recycled plastic (PET) that can become polyester.

Chef Duff Goldman shows us how to keep ingredients fresh and reduce food waste by using plastics in his Duff's Kitchen video! Check it out here:

Our newest video in the Duff's Kitchen series is here. See how plastics are helping Chef Duff Goldman lighten his environmental footprint as he makes a fantastic tuna salad. Check it out:

Chef Duff Goldman is joining us on our Facebook page on July 23rd to answer all of your questions! Gain some insight into how he reduces waste and learn his tricks of the trade from 3-4 p.m. PST.

Tune in to the Plastics Make it Possible Facebook page this Wednesday, July 23, at 3 PM PST as Chef Duff Goldman takes over and answers fan questions about his activities, tips, and tricks in (and out of) the kitchen! Also, join the fun and enter for a chance to be one of three prize winners by telling us how you use plastics in the kitchen:

We want to hear from you! Tell us how you use plastics to be a fresh chef in your own kitchen. One Grand Prize winner will receive a cash prize and a plastics kitchen prize package. Two First Place winners will receive a cash prize. Enter for a chance to be one of three winners here:

#3Dprinted plastic pen holder can be manipulated to fit any size writing utensil or crafting tool (such as paint brushes). Get organized and keep everything in place with recyclable plastics. #3DThursday

Tara is showing off her summer cookout spread over the holiday weekend with #reusable #plastic partyware.

Tara is showing off some patriotic #plastic partyware for Plastics Make it Possible. Show us your stuff to enter for a chance to win!

Kris from Maplewood showing off a delicious looking spread using plenty of plastics for easy clean up. "Plastics made our summer BBQ colorful and easy to set up and clean up. Fun!"

Joel showed off some beautifully colored plastics for any summer event. "We do it rainbow here in California."

Rachel shows off her sustainable spirit with these great cups! "PERSONALIZED ALL THE WAY"

Karen's showing us why plastics are used in her summertime event spread: "Plastic is ALL I ever use around my pool! Much safer..."

Trex Composite Decking -made with recycled bottles #PlasticsInTheGarden

Plastic deck edgings with white accent rocks #PlasticsInTheGarden

#PlasticsInTheGarden Growing lettuce in a vertical garden **use hydroton instead of compost and a steady drip for hydroponic lettuce.

#3Dprinted key hook that attaches right to your light switches. #3DThursday

Creative Recycling – Tutorial Using Plastic Bottle #PlasticsInTheGarden