VIDEO: Everspray introduces new air freshener aerosol technology

SprayTM (July 10, 2024)

Everspray has launched an aerosol air freshener product that the new contract filling company says will "transform" the way consumers experience air fresheners. According to the company, Everspray’s nanoparticles exhibit prolonged persistence with less settling.  “Our aerosol …

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SUEZ and Alupro partner to increase aerosol recycling

SprayTM (July 9, 2024)

SUEZ recycling and recovery UK has entered a two-year partnership with Alupro, the aluminum packaging recycling organization, as part of a roadmap to increasing UK aerosol recycling rates. An estimated 650 million metal aerosols are used …

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Steel for Packaging Europe confirms new recycling record

SprayTM (July 6, 2024)

Steel for Packaging Europe, formerly known as APEAL, has confirmed a new record recycling rate for steel packaging, following the harmonized method for calculating packaging recycling rates within the EU. Independently verified figures published by Steel …

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Zevo partners with soccer star Landon Donovan for “Most Valuable Protection” against bugs

SprayTM (July 5, 2024)
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FEA: 2023 French, German & UK aerosol production

SprayTM (July 3, 2024)
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Aeropres announces leadership changes

SprayTM (July 2, 2024)
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The BAMA Bulletin


Have we reached “peak aerosol”?

In April, the British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) completed its filling statistics survey for 2023; the volume filled was roughly at the same level in 2023 as it was in 2022—just over 1.4 billion cans. …

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Regulatory Issues


Regulatory Issues

SCAQMD In May, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) held two workgroup meetings. May 21 SCAQMD staff held its second workgroup meeting concerning Rule 1151 Automotive Refinish Coatings. SCAQMD is attempting to prohibit parachlorobenzotrifluoride (PCBTF) and …

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Pressure Points


Updates to the Hazard Communication Standard

On May 20, the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) published a final rule 1 to update the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) from the Globally Harmonized System of Classification & Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) …

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Corrosion Corner


Corrosion failures may be very costly…

Hello everyone. In previous editions of Corrosion Corner, I’ve discussed the cost of in-market corrosion failures. These are package corrosion failures that occur with an existing or derivative commercial product. In this issue’s column, I’m going …

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