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Dreamscape Makes The Switch To Sustainability

Jul 22, 2016

The SGIA Sustainability Recognition Award program encourages SGIA member companies to create and adopt sustainable business practices and to set an example for other companies to follow. SGIA sat down with Dreamscape (Rockaway, New Jersey), a 2016 Sustainability Recognition Award recipient, to discuss the changes they have made within their company and the plans they have for continuing their sustainability journey.

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PIEDMONT DONATES PLASTIC MATERIAL TO ELLEN'S DESIGN CHALLENGE

Jan 21, 2016

Piedmont Plastics is proud to serve as a donator and supplier of plastic components and building materials for the second season of Ellen’s Design Challenge, an HGTV (Home & Garden Television) series featuring an American style furniture design competition that premiered on January 18, 2016.

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IAPD SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED TO PIEDMONT EMPLOYEE

Nov 17, 2015

Congratulations are in store for the family of Drew Strasser, Warehouse Employee at Piedmont's Daytona Beach branch. His daughter, Alison Strasser, was recently awarded the 2015 IAPD Scholarship to pursue her academic aspirations.

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SOLUTION SELLING COMES FULL CIRCLE FOR PIEDMONT CUSTOMER

Nov 17, 2015

A few years back, Piedmont’s Birmingham and Nashville branches entertained a unique customer request: fabricating a full line of quilting accessories. The first question that comes to mind is, “What does plastics distribution have to do with quilting?” The answer is….everything!

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IS PLASTIC BETTER THAN WOOD?

Sep 22, 2015

The big debate. When deciding which material is best for your application, several things must be considered. Size, cost, style, and durability are all important topics to mull over.

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GET CREATIVE WITH YOUR RECYCLING PROGRAM

Sep 22, 2015

Caring for our environment is not only trendy, but actually supports our future. Recycling keeps materials out of the landfill. Some materials don’t deteriorate for hundreds or thousands of years. Case in point: plastic.

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