The Foamed Polystyrene (PS) is typically white continuous foam which requires less energy to produce as compared to other forms of disposable products. It is non-absorbent and will not support bacteria growth. Also it is superior in terms of hot and cold insulation. Foamed PS does not degrade readily or is non-biodegradable but it is chemically inert and will not release chemicals and gases that will eventually pollute our groundwater and air. If disposed properly; and since it is 100% recyclable, it will not harm the environment.

PS raw materials are sourced either locally or are being imported. The Thermoforming production operates with contemporary machineries. And can produce a wide variety of plates and trays, bowls and food boxes from more than 40 different types of molds.

Another family of products is produced from Expandable Polystyrene (EPS), EPS is from the same thermoplastic family as PS but raw materials come to the plant in the form of beads. The EPS is processed by heating the beads in steam and using heat and pressure, the expanded beads bind together in sealed molds to form products.

A third family of product is produced from Oriented Polystyrene (OPS). Raw materials in the form of rolls of specified width and thickness are obtained from foreign sources. The sheets unwound from the rolls, are pressured formed in very similar manner to PS thermoforming. Again different numerous molds can produce a variety of trays, boxes, lids and cup covers using the pressure forming process.

A fourth family of product is produced from polypropylene (PP). Just like PS, PP is 100% recyclable. PP raw materials are obtained locally or imported from abroad and takes the shape of clear granules of pellets. The PP pellets are heated in the PP extrusion machine where the melted material is then metered out of a die head into the gap of two press rollers and the sheet then produced is wound into rolls. Sometimes colorants are added.

As is very similar to the PS Thermoforming process, sheets from the rolls are fed to the thermoforming machines which heat the sheets forms the sheets into products depending on the molds installed.