Adding to its portfolio of sustainable solutions, Cologne-based Bio-Fed, a branch of Akro-Plastic GmbH, has now launched a range of ISCC PLUS and REDcert² certified compounds based on biomass-balanced polypropylene.
Raw materials manufacturer Covestro and Eco-mobilier, a non-profit eco-organisation approved by the French Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Ministry that organises collection and recycling services for used furniture and mattresses, have joined forces in an effort to further develop waste markets for the foam used in these applications.
Amsterdam-based Arch & Hook first burst on the fashion scene in 2019 with a sustainable clothes hanger produced from Blue, a sustainably-sourced thermoplastic material derived from ocean-bound post-consumer waste plastic collected for the most part from four of the most polluting rivers on earth.
This year marked the fifteenth anniversary of the Global Bioplastics Award, the prestigious annual honour recognising the achievements in the bioplastics over the past year.
Finland-based TactoTek Oy has been named the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2021 European Structural Electronics New Product Innovation Award.
Winners of the Plastics Industry Awards 2021 awards were announced last night (2 December) by comedian Simon Evans at a black-tie gala evening, livestreamed from the Waldorf Hilton in London.
Companies know the importance of being sustainable in today's business work, but developing strategy and goals just doesn't happen.
Mechanical recyclers are increasingly exploring the use of mixed-polyolefin waste as a feedstock amid record high recycled polyethylene (R-PE) and recycled polypropylene (R-PP) pellet prices, and structural shortages of mono-sorted R-PE and R-PP waste.
"No single solution" is sufficient to address the United States' contribution to ocean plastics, which is "outsized compared with other nations," a new report from the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine says.
Since 2018, when Amut and Erema joined forces on the design and launch of an inline sheet extrusion line able to produce food-contact-grade thermoforming sheet from recycled PET bottle flakes in a direct process, the line, which combines the systems of both companies, has been sold to packaging customers around the world.
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