Brindley addresses recent study questioning ISPM-15, wood use in packaging

Brindley addresses recent study questioning ISPM-15, wood use in packaging
31 Jul 2016

Pallet Enterprise publisher Chaille Brindley weighed in on the report issued by the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies that called for five policy changes that would address invasive pests in the United States. The study calls into question the efficacy of ISPM-15, and its top recommendation is to eliminate the use of wood packaging in favor of plastics, corrugated, etc.

Brindley discusses the benefits of continued wood use in packaging as well as the merits of ISPM-15 in the July issue of Pallet Enterprise. Read the full article here.

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Craig Martin