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Arr-Tech Automation Technology

3801 W. Washington, Yakima, WA 98903

United States

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Call509 452 7143

ACTIVE MATERIALS

Machinery

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Bakery, Ready Meals & Side Dishes, Food

Arr-Tech Automation Technology

At Arr-Tech, our goal and commitment to our customers is to always deliver the highest quality equipment, provide the best professional customer service possible, and guarantee product satisfaction to you. We continue to apply the latest technological advancements available to improve our systems and provide the best and most efficient lines for you.

We listen to our customers and give serious consideration to their valued suggestions. You can be certain that the systems you purchase from Arr-Tech are specifically designed and built to fit your production needs. Arr-Tech stands behind every machine with full remote or on-site maintenance support.

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    15 Jan 2019 --- Johnson & Johnson Vision has partnered with UK recycling company TerraCycle to launch a nationwide program to recycle contact lenses. Over a third (39 percent) of contact lenses wearers are unsure of contact lenses recyclability status, research by Johnson & Johnson Vision has found. In reality, with the help of TerraCycle, they can be recycled. The program also includes the recycling of the blister and foil packaging after use.

  • Brexit and packaging: Plastics to be the hardest hit sector in a “no deal” scenario, experts warn

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    15 Jan 2019 --- The pan-European plastics sector will be the hardest hit in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit scenario, experts are warning. The UK Parliament will vote on UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s EU Brexit deal later today. MPs are widely expected to vote against the proposed deal, increasing the likelihood of a “no-deal” Brexit. As the historic vote looms large, PackagingInsights asks what a “no-deal” Brexit could mean for the European packaging industry.

  • Microplastics and health: We must avoid “wait and see” approach, warns lead researcher

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    14 Jan 2019 --- Research focused on understanding the effects of microplastics has intensified after a series of discoveries found that the tiny plastic particles are polluting marine environments, food supplies and our bodies. Dr. Natalia Ivleva, a researcher at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), has developed new analytical methods for the identification and quantification of microplastic and recently shared her findings.

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