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by:Taian Lamination Film     2020-10-06
At first, the president of a packaging company seemed unlikely to become an environmental activist. But mild-
Courteous Robert posis is angry at the packaging manufacturer\'s failure to act on the dump where paper scraps and plastic are quickly filled.
\"Our rainforest disappears like Greece every year,\" he said . \"
After a long career selling packaging to a variety of companies, he started Greylock packaging in GTA in 1997.
Gradually, more and more customers demand a biodegradable packaging product, especially in the coffee and organic food industry.
\"People are starting to ask for biodegradable packaging, so I\'m starting to try to find it,\" he said . \".
He established TekPak solutions in Hamilton in 2007.
He says a company is committed to making truly biodegradable packaging.
So start over.
Education by Robert Bosis
He studies journals, talks with scientists, attends meetings, and looks for reliable alternatives to existing practices.
He has gradually abandoned the most popular biodegradable or compost technology.
It takes six hours of direct sunlight for one person to actually degrade while the other person --
This should be commercially acceptable-
A large amount of oil is processed, thus negatively affecting the real benefits of the environment.
Also, it doesn\'t degrade everything very well.
\"I tried all the ways (
As packaging film)
They failed, \"he said.
He then encountered some research in a team of scientists in Ohio who tried to create a better fishing bait, but stumbled upon a compound dissolved in water.
Pocius was deeply attracted.
He reached an agreement to develop the discovery.
\"I started making movies.
The coffee packaging companies are all on this, so I made a lining for a coffee bag for paper, \"he said.
\"I think if I make a biodegradable lining and the paper itself is biodegradable, we start with that.
After investing $1 million in research and development, Pocius has what he sees as \"all-round
Biodegradable packaging products.
TekPak additives work in a completely different way than other biodegradable materials.
Organic compounds when stretched-
The details are proprietary-
Mixed with plastic.
Scientists have found that this compound attracts microorganisms.
A creature that breaks down organic matter.
Microorganisms attach to organic compounds and then produce enzymes (like an acid)
Break down plastic molecules into smaller pieces
Microorganisms consume these smaller molecules.
It can even be used on thicker plastic and bottles
It\'s all because of the attraction of microorganisms to compounds.
The additive won a regional innovation Technology Award for Canadian manufacturers and exporters last fall.
He is building a new office on Diton Avenue on the mountain, with an expected completion date of April, employing about five new employees to build a supply chain for his new production line and get a patent.
Coffee companies Melitta and Edge Food Energy are among the first to join the TekPak trend.
Organic is now one of the most interested companies in this product.
In early February, the global trade magazine Packaging Digest published an article about his new technology.
\"I have been so busy since then.
\"I need to hire people, but I have little time to go for an interview,\" he said . \".
\"I know it will do well, but I don\'t know how good it is.
Pocius was cautious when asked about his age.
He got a new kidney from his daughter and a new life.
\"If I tell you how old I am, people will think I just want to sell this company,\" he said . \".
\"I\'m doing it.
If I win $50
Will I withdraw from the million lottery? No.
\"It\'s really big.
This is something that changes the rules of the game. ”lmarr@thespec. com905-526-
In the beginning, it seems unlikely that the president of a packaging company will become an environmental activist. But mild-
Courteous Robert posis is angry at the packaging manufacturer\'s failure to act on the dump where paper scraps and plastic are quickly filled.
\"Our rainforest disappears like Greece every year,\" he said . \"
After a long career selling packaging to a variety of companies, he started Greylock packaging in GTA in 1997.
Gradually, more and more customers demand a biodegradable packaging product, especially in the coffee and organic food industry.
\"People are starting to ask for biodegradable packaging, so I\'m starting to try to find it,\" he said . \".
He established TekPak solutions in Hamilton in 2007.
He says a company is committed to making truly biodegradable packaging.
So start over.
Education by Robert Bosis
He studies journals, talks with scientists, attends meetings, and looks for reliable alternatives to existing practices.
He has gradually abandoned the most popular biodegradable or compost technology.
It takes six hours of direct sunlight for one person to actually degrade while the other person --
This should be commercially acceptable-
A large amount of oil is processed, thus negatively affecting the real benefits of the environment.
Also, it doesn\'t degrade everything very well.
\"I tried all the ways (
As packaging film)
They failed, \"he said.
He then encountered some research in a team of scientists in Ohio who tried to create a better fishing bait, but stumbled upon a compound dissolved in water.
Pocius was deeply attracted.
He reached an agreement to develop the discovery.
\"I started making movies.
The coffee packaging companies are all on this, so I made a lining for a coffee bag for paper, \"he said.
\"I think if I make a biodegradable lining and the paper itself is biodegradable, we start with that.
After investing $1 million in research and development, Pocius has what he sees as \"all-round
Biodegradable packaging products.
TekPak additives work in a completely different way than other biodegradable materials.
Organic compounds when stretched-
The details are proprietary-
Mixed with plastic.
Scientists have found that this compound attracts microorganisms.
A creature that breaks down organic matter.
Microorganisms attach to organic compounds and then produce enzymes (like an acid)
Break down plastic molecules into smaller pieces
Microorganisms consume these smaller molecules.
It can even be used on thicker plastic and bottles
It\'s all because of the attraction of microorganisms to compounds.
The additive won a regional innovation Technology Award for Canadian manufacturers and exporters last fall.
He is building a new office on Diton Avenue on the mountain, with an expected completion date of April, employing about five new employees to build a supply chain for his new production line and get a patent.
Coffee companies Melitta and Edge Food Energy are among the first to join the TekPak trend.
Organic is now one of the most interested companies in this product.
In early February, the global trade magazine Packaging Digest published an article about his new technology.
\"I have been so busy since then.
\"I need to hire people, but I have little time to go for an interview,\" he said . \".
\"I know it will do well, but I don\'t know how good it is.
Pocius was cautious when asked about his age.
He got a new kidney from his daughter and a new life.
\"If I tell you how old I am, people will think I just want to sell this company,\" he said . \".
\"I\'m doing it.
If I win $50
Will I withdraw from the million lottery? No.
\"It\'s really big.
This is something that changes the rules of the game. ”lmarr@thespec. com905-526-
In the beginning, it seems unlikely that the president of a packaging company will become an environmental activist. But mild-
Courteous Robert posis is angry at the packaging manufacturer\'s failure to act on the dump where paper scraps and plastic are quickly filled.
\"Our rainforest disappears like Greece every year,\" he said . \"
After a long career selling packaging to a variety of companies, he started Greylock packaging in GTA in 1997.
Gradually, more and more customers demand a biodegradable packaging product, especially in the coffee and organic food industry.
\"People are starting to ask for biodegradable packaging, so I\'m starting to try to find it,\" he said . \".
He established TekPak solutions in Hamilton in 2007.
He says a company is committed to making truly biodegradable packaging.
So start over.
Education by Robert Bosis
He studies journals, talks with scientists, attends meetings, and looks for reliable alternatives to existing practices.
He has gradually abandoned the most popular biodegradable or compost technology.
It takes six hours of direct sunlight for one person to actually degrade while the other person --
This should be commercially acceptable-
A large amount of oil is processed, thus negatively affecting the real benefits of the environment.
Also, it doesn\'t degrade everything very well.
\"I tried all the ways (
As packaging film)
They failed, \"he said.
He then encountered some research in a team of scientists in Ohio who tried to create a better fishing bait, but stumbled upon a compound dissolved in water.
Pocius was deeply attracted.
He reached an agreement to develop the discovery.
\"I started making movies.
The coffee packaging companies are all on this, so I made a lining for a coffee bag for paper, \"he said.
\"I think if I make a biodegradable lining and the paper itself is biodegradable, we start with that.
After investing $1 million in research and development, Pocius has what he sees as \"all-round
Biodegradable packaging products.
TekPak additives work in a completely different way than other biodegradable materials.
Organic compounds when stretched-
The details are proprietary-
Mixed with plastic.
Scientists have found that this compound attracts microorganisms.
A creature that breaks down organic matter.
Microorganisms attach to organic compounds and then produce enzymes (like an acid)
Break down plastic molecules into smaller pieces
Microorganisms consume these smaller molecules.
It can even be used on thicker plastic and bottles
It\'s all because of the attraction of microorganisms to compounds.
The additive won a regional innovation Technology Award for Canadian manufacturers and exporters last fall.
He is building a new office on Diton Avenue on the mountain, with an expected completion date of April, employing about five new employees to build a supply chain for his new production line and get a patent.
Coffee companies Melitta and Edge Food Energy are among the first to join the TekPak trend.
Organic is now one of the most interested companies in this product.
In early February, the global trade magazine Packaging Digest published an article about his new technology.
\"I have been so busy since then.
\"I need to hire people, but I have little time to go for an interview,\" he said . \".
\"I know it will do well, but I don\'t know how good it is.
Pocius was cautious when asked about his age.
He got a new kidney from his daughter and a new life.
\"If I tell you how old I am, people will think I just want to sell this company,\" he said . \".
\"I\'m doing it.
If I win $50
Will I withdraw from the million lottery? No.
\"It\'s really big.
This is something that changes the rules of the game. ”lmarr@thespec. com905-526-
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