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How To Cut Your Color Costs In Half When Coloring Plastics
When compared to pelletized concentrate, liquid color cuts your color costs in half and decreases your color change time. This session will look at how using liquid color in plastics can improve your sustainability for plastics.
We will focus on how liquid color saves you money with lower energy usage, reduced cycle times, less waste, and more. We will also discuss how you can achieve your sustainability goals using our new line of additives, including increasing PCR content in your finished product.

Primary Topics:
● Reduce color usage while achieving full color development with less pigment (often 30% less than concentrate).
● Improve sustainability: reduce your transportation costs, energy usage and send zero to landfill, eliminating industrial waste.
● Increase the use of PCR content in your finished product.
● Latest development in the field of liquid color technology to help reduce energy usage, versus pellet.

Oct 27, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Paul Maguire
President & CEO @Riverdale Global
Paul Maguire brings his years of family and individual entrepreneurial, business experience as CEO and President of Riverdale Global. Paul began his career at fifteen years old as an extruder operator in a plastics facility. Working for Maguire Products, Inc., he helped develop plastics material dosing equipment and process software. In 1991, Paul pioneered the development of communication networks for plastics equipment, and currently holds several patents to monitor, control, and document in real-time all material consumption in a plastic processing facility. In 2006, Paul began working with Riverdale with a focus on creating new technologies to manufacture and process liquid color in a sustainable and economical way. Paul has Bachelor of Science degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from Albright College, and received a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.