USA: Dippy Foods launches industrial recycling pilot program
Dippy Foods, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: DPPI) is pleased to announce it has launched its industrial recycling program at Bakersfield City Schools. Bakersfield is the largest elementary school district in the state of California and will be the site of the 30 day pilot program.The industrial program allows school districts to collect styrene materials (Styrofoam and Dippy Foods' trays) from all of the schools in the district at a centralized processing warehouse, where it can be treated and recycled to eventually make new trays for Dippy Foods' line of products.
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