Noun: A closed cell foam made of 98% air and 2% plastic, used in insulation and packaging applications
EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) is a closed cell foam that has been around since the 1950’s. EPS is 98% trapped air and only 2% plastic, making it an efficient insulator with a small amount of raw material.
EPS foam is very versatile because it can be formed into different shapes. It is typically more cost-effective than other comparable products. It is also completely recyclable.
Common applications for EPS include insulation for construction projects, electronics and food service packaging, and more.