Borealis has introduced a new portfolio of circular polyolefin products, produced with renewable feedstock derived entirely from waste and residue streams.
Another industry event has elected to go online for 2020.
Originally scheduled to be held in September 2020, the Taipei International Plastics & Rubber Industry Show – TaipeiPLAS - has been postponed to 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lego announced 14 September that it is investing another $400 million in its sustainability efforts and it will stop using plastic packaging in its packs, using a paper bag instead to hold small pieces within its cardboard box outer packaging.
In a joint statement released earlier today, Ineos Styrolution and Trinseo have announced that they are advancing plans from the planning process to the design phase to build what they are calling a ‘first-of-its-kind polystyrene recycling plant based on depolymerisation’ in Wingles, in the north of France.
NextChem, the Maire Tecnimont Group’s company for green chemistry and energy transition technologies, and its subsidiary MyReplast Industries, have taken a further step towards the goal of setting up a viable recycling business that meets the needs of customers seeking sustainable solutions for their products.
RadiciGroup has established a new entity called Radici InNova, a non-profit consortium, in which the company is concentrating its strategically essential research activities.
With the launch of several new post-consumer recycled and post-industrial recycled portfolios, Avient Corporation is continuing to respond to industry and consumer demand for more sustainable, eco-friendly products.
A new, global partnership between McDonald’s and TerraCycle's circular packaging service, Loop, will trial an initiative of the fast-food chain to introduce the use of reusable cups for hot beverages.
Elkamet Kunststofftechnik GmbH, a family-owned producer of extrusion profiles and plastic parts based in Germany, has elected to use Sabic's Lexan polycarbonate resin based on certified renewable feedstock in a number of end applications for the lighting industry.
Chemical recycling pioneer Agilyx, has announced its intention to raise new equity through listing shares on the Merkur Market, part of the Oslo Stock Exchange.
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