Did you know that the plastics industry is the third-largest manufacturing industry in the United States today? It provides jobs to around one million workers and is responsible for a $375 billion contribution to the economy every year. Globally, we produce and use around 600 billion pounds of plastic on an annual basis and the market isn’t showing signs of dropping off, continuing to grow at around 5% every year. For example, in 2013, 107.5 billion pounds of plastics and resins were manufactured, compared to 2012’s 105.9 billion pounds. Recycling has helped us figure out innovative ways to reuse the plastic we consume — the National Association for PET Container Resources reported
People do not typically put much thought into the importance of plastic jar uses; however, if they suddenly vanished from the face of the earth, they would be greatly missed! There are millions of uses for plastic jars, for wide mouth commercial jars, plastic chemical jars, plastic cylinder bottles, plastic handleware, and on and on. As a matter of fact, it is estimated that every hour in the United States 2.5 million plastic bottles are being used for one purpose or another.
Companies that manufacture and sell plastic storage jars and wide mouth commercial jars do so for a diversified number of purposes. Some uses for these products include, but are certainly not limited to, vitamins, prepared foods, salad dressings,