Recycled Acrylic: A bright idea for sustainable retail

Publisher: Acrylic Design Associates

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Recycled Acrylic: A bright idea for sustainable retail

Acrylic is a commonly used plastic resin – seen in everything from luxury retail displays to artwork, architectural elements and more. For designers, architects and engineers, acrylic is a popular choice due to its aesthetics, durability, versatile characteristics and affordable cost. Like any material, though, acrylic can come with an environmental price tag. Traditionally, virgin acrylic is made from fossil fuels. The good news is that recycled acrylic is now a viable alternative. This paper examines its benefits and quantifies how recycled acrylic can help organizations to meet sustainability goals.