Working Towards a Cleaner Future: Traverse City’s RJG

Every year more and more plastic is being used to make things like lawn chairs, toy cars and plastic silverware.

But the plastic industry could change quite a bit in the next five years.

That’s why a company in Traverse City is looking towards the future of injection molding.

RJG is a local injection molding company.

They offer training and sell software to companies around the globe—with the goal of eliminating plastic waste.

RJG boldly says in the next five years their technology could be so efficient that plastic waste could be completely eliminated.

It’s a step that would have a positive impact on our Northern Michigan communities and the world.

For more information on RJG their plans for the future of plastic molding, visit rjginc.com.

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