LEOMINSTER — A banner hangs above the factory floor of the injection-molding company UrthPact that reads: “Good is the enemy of great.”
For CEO Paul Boudreau, good is delivering a product that customers want, but great is being able to develop a product with the power to change the world for the better.
“When I turned 50 years old, I had this kind of epiphany that I’d spent 25 years of my life in plastics and had done a lot of good things with plastic,” Boudreau said.
We all know that plastic pollution is a huge problem facing not only our planet but our society as well. While recycling does have the ability to create a better lifecycle for petroleum-based plastic products, it isn’t the most efficient system we have. When you look...