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The Power of Color in Brand Identity
In its custom plastics color development, Plastics Color Corp. pays attention to the psychology of color.
Blog Published: 9/1/2015
Stabilized HDPE 'Shade Balls' Help Reduce Water Evaporation from L.A. Reservoir
Techmer PM partnered with blow molder Artisan Screen Printing to create improved 'shade balls'.
Blog Published: 8/25/2015
Custom Packaging Company Launches Alternative to Foam Clamshell
Anchor Packaging has introduced its "ultimate replacement" for foam clamshells.
Blog Published: 8/11/2015
Expect Graphene to Make its Mark in Multiple Markets
  There has been a lot of buzz about graphene in recent times and for good reason.  A material stronger and stiffer than carbon fiber, graphene is thought to have enormous commercial potential, but has been impractical to use on a large...
Blog Published: 7/14/2015
SPI's Paper on Compatibilizers Aims to Boost Plastics Recycling Profitability
The new paper on compatibilizers from SPI's Recycling Committee is a tool for increasing profitability of plastics recycling.
Blog Published: 6/18/2015
Milan Plast Was Good With Plans To Be Even Better
Big international turnout at the triennial international fair for the plastics and rubber industry, Milan Plast: check out the Plastics Technology slideshow.
Blog Published: 5/12/2015
'Clean, Sustainable' Carbon Black Production On Our Shores
Monolith's carbon black process, which uses natural gas as feedstock, will now be applied to a full-scale manufacturing facility in Nebraska.
Blog Published: 4/24/2015
Lehigh Technologies Gets 2015 Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer Award
Ten-year old Lehigh gets award for its engineered micronized rubber powders derived from old tires.
Blog Published: 4/20/2015
Novel Additives Enhance Processing, Performance Of Engineering Resins
Struktol is debuting additives based on novel chemistry that enhance performance of nylons 6, 6,6 and more.
Blog Published: 3/24/2015
Study Shows Many Additives Designed to Biodegrade PE, PET Don't Work
Michigan State U. 3-year study does not fare well for additives that claim to break down plastics.
Blog Published: 2/23/2015

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