Beacon Converters celebrated its 70th anniversary in a new facility designed for the third-generation, family-owned company’s rapidly growing business with a focus on improved efficiencies and environmental controls. The new location at 45 Mayhill St. in Saddle Brook, NJ, brings more manufacturing and warehousing space as well as four new labs […]
Beacon Converters celebrated their 70th Anniversary and the grand opening of their new location at 45 Mayhill Street in Saddle Brook earlier this month, both proudly commemorating the past and christening a bright future in their new location. “We are so happy to be able to share this day with our families, friends, suppliers, […]
For better or for worse, the bride’s dress is often what people remember most about a wedding. Was it white, or off-white? Short, long, or really long? Lace, satin, or Tyvek? Maybe you’ve never heard of a Tyvek dress. I hadn’t either until I met Bella the Bride. Read More
Brides are always the center of attention, and Bella the Bride at MD&M East 2016 was no exception. The special display by DuPont and Beacon Converters featured a wedding gown made of discarded Tyvek and succeeded in stimulating attendee discussions on the topic of managing healthcare packaging waste. Read article
Bella’s story was captured in New York by PlasticNews.com. Even without feet Bella strutted her stuff. Thank you PN! Say Yes to the Recycled Dress!
Beacon and DuPont Protection Solutions are pleased to announce that Bella the Bride ‘s completed wedding gown, which is made of discarded DuPont™ Tyvek® for medical packaging, will be unveiled at the Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) East Expo and Conference in New York City, June 14-16, 2016. Bella is a sculpture commissioned by Beacon Converters […]
On display at the largest advanced manufacturing event to hit the East Coast next month is a wedding gown made of recycled plastic packaging. More than 11,000 packaging and manufacturing professionals are expected to touch down in the Big Apple to see more than 2,000 exhibitors at PLASTEC East and its co-located automation and manufacturing […]
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Many companies are hopping on board the circular economy train by upcycling products and saving materials from entering the landfill. From rescuing fire hoses and billboards to creating new and innovative car parts, these 10 companies have come up with creative and out-of-the-box upcycled products. Read more
Medical Design & Manufacturing East 2016 is expecting a very special attendee this year—Bella the Bride. In an effort to raise awareness of healthcare packaging sustainability, Beacon Converters has commissioned the creation of a wedding gown for “Bella” made of discarded Tyvek® Read more