By the time you read this, there will be dozens of plastic stands selling ad space for your company, your company’s brand, or your brand’s product.
These stand sell products that have been marketed as ‘made with recycled plastic,’ ‘made from recycled plastic materials,’ and ‘made without plastic.’
The plastic ad stands sell ads in magazines and newspapers, as well as in online magazines and sites, as part of a marketing campaign that sells products with a plastic-free, recyclable and biodegradable (BFR) quality.
There are dozens of these plastic ad standing brands that have cropped up on Amazon, Etsy, Craigslist, eBay, and many other sites.
They’re often marketed as a way to ‘cut through the clutter’ of plastic ad advertising, to ‘keep you informed,’ and to ‘make your customers feel good about their purchase,’ among other reasons.
Some of these companies have also been named the ‘Top Plastic Advertising Companies in the United States.’
Plastic advertising stands are not the only thing to have sprung up in the last few years.
But what exactly does ‘Made with Recyclable Plastic’ mean?
What do the labels mean?
Is this plastic a ‘biodegradability’ standard?
And how can you tell if you’re advertising a product with recycled materials?
These questions and more are addressed in this article. Read More If you want to sell a product that’s made from recycled plastics, what do you need to do to get that placement on your website?
Here are the questions we asked and answered to help you decide if your company is advertising with a recycled plastic company.
What is a ‘Made With Recycling Plastic’ Company?
A recycled plastic advertising company is one that is currently selling a product, such as a product made from plastic, but is not selling it as a ‘made by’ brand.
Most recycled plastic manufacturers use a ‘certified recycler,’ which means that the plastic has been tested and is safe for human consumption.
Certified recyclers have gone to great lengths to ensure that their recycled plastic is ‘free from plastic contamination.’
However, these manufacturers do not necessarily provide all of the information needed to evaluate and evaluate a product as a recyclables, BFR, or BFR-certified product.
For example, a certified recyclering company might not test the material that is recycled, or may not be able to accurately determine if the recycled plastic has a BFR.
In addition, if the product is not labeled as a BRI, the company may not know whether the recycled material is biodegradeable, and therefore, it is not a ‘BFR’ certified product.
What do labels mean and are they always true?
The labels that you buy from a manufacturer or distributor should say ‘Made from recycled materials.’
Manufacturers that make plastics and other materials may include ‘Made by Recycled Plastic’ or ‘Made without Recycles Plastic.’
Some manufacturers may include more information, such a label that states the material is “Made with recycled plastics.”
Some companies may even list the ‘BPRF’ certification of the material as an option.
In some cases, manufacturers will even list a BIO (Bio-Odor Intangible Residue) rating, or a BOM (Biomass Organic Mechanical Properties) rating for certain materials.
If the material meets the BPRF, you may be able get a BFO (Biopreventive Foam) rating.
What are the benefits of BFR certification?
A BFR is an industry standard.
BFR certifiers are the industry standard, and their products can’t be confused with other types of certified recycler products.
Some BFR companies offer certification to other industries, such the automotive, construction, and manufacturing industries.
In these industries, a BPR is an alternative to the BFR label.
If you are looking for an alternative label to your brand, a non-BFR BFR can be very useful.
The labels that are made with BFR materials are usually higher quality, but they are still made from materials that are biodegraded, BFO, and BOM-certificated.
What’s the difference between BFR and BFR Certified?BFR certification is an independent standard that is based on a rigorous test, and it is a requirement that all products made from BFR plastic and non-bFR plastics must meet.
BFO and BOO certified products are also certified by BFR standards, and some BFR certified products will be sold to consumers who have not been certified.
There is also a certification of BFO/BOO certified materials in addition to the one of BPR, but not by BFO or BOO standards.
Some manufacturers also offer certification for other materials that can be certified by a different standard.
If a product is certified by both the BFO standard and the