PLA, or polylactic acid, is a bio-based plastic that is increasingly finding application as a renewable, sustainable alternative to plastics derived from crude oil products.
As the pandemic has once again pushed the physical event off the calendar, the organisers of Chinaplas have come up with a new, three-week virtual event for the plastics and rubber industry.
Last week, Orlando, Florida-based PureCycle Technologies announced the publication of its very first Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report.
Plastics Europe, European trade association for plastics manufacturers has today announced the appointment of Marco ten Bruggencate, Commercial Vice President for Packaging and Specialty Plastics EMEA at Dow, as its President, effective immediately.
The Chemours Company, a leader in, among others, titanium technologies, has announced that it has become a participant in the ongoing Remove2Reclaim project.
Design work is now under way on what is being touted as the world's largest pyrolysis plant, a project that has the support of a major petroleum company that will use output to make food-grade polymers.
As plastic packaging requirements continue to evolve in response to new legislation, environmental considerations and changing consumer demand and lifestyle, keeping up can pose a challenge for plastic packaging manufacturers.
TotalEnergies has partnered with Vanheede Environment Group on the supply of post consumer recycled - PCR - raw material, securing stable and constant feedstock availability for its production of circular polymers.
The planned construction of Avantium’s FDCA bioplastics facility in Delfzijl, the Netherlands, has advanced another step forward.
The fight against plastic pollution calls for a wide-ranging approach.
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