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Published: 4/20/2017

The 100% PCR PP Lush Black Pot—Start of a New PCR Trend?
Chorus of brand owners at recycling conference: “We want PCR.”

Published: 4/14/2017

Study Claims Lightweight Bottles May Impact Recyclability
Wide variation in performance, weight and recyclability in lightweighted bottles is found.

Published: 4/13/2017

Three-Partner Alliance Eyes All-Biobased PET Bottle
Danone and Nestle Waters launch NaturALL Bottle Alliance with California Startup.

Published: 4/5/2017

More High-Performance Materials for Additive Manufacturing Emerge
Included are high-temperature formulations for 3D-printed tooling.

Published: 4/3/2017

Kuraray America Celebrates 30th Anniversary With Advances
Developments include new EVOH and Plantic bio-based plastic.

Published: 3/24/2017

By the Numbers: Molding 2017 Adds Up to One Can’t-Miss Event
Two-and-a-half days, seven tracks, nine breakout sessions, 50-plus presentations, 35 exhibitors, and 11 sponsors.

Published: 3/22/2017

Arburg ‘Technology Days’ Host 6700 Visitors, Displays Several Novelties
The first metal-powder injection molded smartphone frame, PP-IML containers molded in under 2 sec, a new additive-manufacturing development center, and hints of innovations yet to come.

Published: 3/21/2017

Report: Bottled Water Bests Carbonated Soft Drinks in U.S. Sales for First Time
PLASTICS' new report focuses on plastic bottle innovation.

Published: 3/15/2017

The M&A Climate in a New Political Environment
Business owners are asking what to expect going forward and whether there is a meaningful threat to plastics company values.

Published: 3/9/2017

VIDEO: Moving Beyond Buzzwords in Recycling
OEMs, brand owners, and retailers, as well as plastics processors, recyclers and equipment suppliers have converged on New Orleans for the annual Plastics Recycling Conference.