Industry News SC Johnson donated $5 million to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The donation will fund renovation of the museum’s west wing, a new “American Enterprise” exhibit and 44 SpraY March 2014 Nakoma Products, known for cleaning product brands such as Behold and Endust, became the first company to adopt the How2Recycle labels for aerosol cans, according to the company. The How2Recycle program aims to facilitate the adoption of a standardized recycling label for consumer products. Nakoma is also removing “No CFCs” claim from its packaging. construction of the SC Johnson Conference Center, set to open in 2015. Luxe Pack announced that it will be presenting the Luxe Pack in Green Award at the 2014 Luxe Pack New York show, May 14 and 15 at Pier 92 in Manhattan. A panel of influential industry figures will review entries and select a winner based on criteria related to sustainability and efficiency. Croda, Inc. launched Crodabond CSA, a new ingredient designed to seal, repair, and provide long-lasting protection to hair cuticles that have been lifted or damaged by common chemical treatments such as coloring, conditioning and perming. Additionally, to help consumers combat hair damage from a variety of causes, Croda developed an interactive Hair Damage eBook. It is accessible on the company’s website and includes information to help consumers better understand, prevent and correct hair damage. M&H Plastics launched a Product Selector app for all Apple and Android devices which allows users to search, browse and view details of M&H’s full range of products.
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