As we enter Recycle Week (24-30 September 2018), Ball Corporation have launched a survey revealing that plastic pollution is a high concern amongst all age groups.
Ball Corporation has announced that it will cease production at its beverage packaging plant in Cuiabá, Brazil.
In response to the continued demand for new European can size formats, Ball Corporation has partnered with independent Italian craft brewery CRAK to produce “super sleek” designs for its craft beer range.
Ball Corporation employees and customers raised the bar again to help address food insecurity in North America during the company’s 2018 “Let’s Can Hunger!” food drive, collecting a record 666,591 pounds of canned food and more than $76,000.
Ball Corporation has awarded six of its metal packaging manufacturing plants with the R. David Hoover Sustainability Award for making significant progress towards the company’s sustainability and business goals.
CEOs from some of America’s leading food and beverage companies and trade associations have joined the American Beverage Association, Beer Institute, and Can Manufacturers Institute in sending a letter to president Donald Trump requesting that he refrain from imposing tariffs or import restrictions on cansheet, primary aluminium, and scrap.
Ball Corporation has partnered with Spanish water brand Aguas Minerales de Firgas to produce aluminium cans for its new range of Sou Tea and Sou Tonic drinks.