An interactive slide show documenting the history of Dart
The history of the Solo Cup Corporation capturing important moments in time
Dart Canada Inc. is committed to the principles of independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity and to meeting the needs of people with disabilities, in a timely manner. We will do so by preventing and removing barriers to accessibility and meeting accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA).
An interactive map of Dart plant locations around the world
Frequently Asked Questions
Stay up-to-date with the latest company news
Visit our archive of news stories
News Coverage of Dart's Lawsuit Against NYC
Find out more about our newest product offerings
Read about our environmental stewardship efforts and how we are making a difference
A list of the awards we have received over the years
Find out about upcoming trade shows, locally and internationally
Ways we are making a difference
Find the answers you are looking for
An interactive map of locations where you can recycle polystyrene foam products
Find out the truth about PS foodservice products
Municipal recycling information and locations
Contact us with questions about Dart's environmental efforts
Find out more about what careers are available within Dart
Join 15,000 exceptional people, all working as one team
Log-in to see open positions for Dart employees only
An interactive map of all Dart plant locations around the world
A brief history of Dart Container Corporation
From the time you wake up until the time you go to bed, we are a part of your life
Ways we are making a difference
Dart sets the industry standard of excellence
It is through the diverse ability, imagination, and determination of our workforce that Dart is the industry standard of excellence.
We are committed to being involved within local communities and beyond
2013-05-22 2:29:59 PM
Los Angeles, California — For the fifth consecutive year, Dart Container is bringing foam recycling education and volunteer efforts to the 24th Annual Great LA River Cleanup hosted by the Friends of the LA River (FOLAR). On Saturday, May 18, 2013, employees from Dart’s Corona manufacturing facility joined thousands of other volunteers as they picked up trash and debris from the LA River.
“The Great LA River Cleanup continues to make an impact on our community, and we’re grateful to have the long-term support of Dart,” said FOLAR. “We appreciate Dart’s dedication to preserving the LA River and educating the community about recycling foam rather than littering or adding to our landfills.”
Starting with 30 volunteers at FOLAR's first river cleanup in 1990, this event has grown to include over three thousand volunteers.
As a part of the Great River Cleanup activities, Dart employees participating in the Great LA River Cleanup demonstrated how foam products can be recycled in Los Angeles and how to dispose of them responsibly. Los Angeles currently has 92 communities participating in curbside foam recycling programs where residents are able to easily recycle their foam waste with the #6 “chasing arrows” symbol.
“We’re proud to partner with the Friends of the LA River for a fifth year. It’s a great collaborative effort to help the community clean up one of Los Angeles’s great outdoor spaces, and educate residents about the many curbside foam recycling programs available,” said Michael Westerfield, Corporate Director of Recycling Programs at Dart Container Corporation.
Foam with the number six on it can be recycled repeatedly and used to make other consumer goods, such as picture frames, crown molding, and agricultural containers.
Press Release (PDF)