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Published: 8/6/2018

Biodegradable Plastics Volume to Increase More than 50 percent
Western Europe now leads as the largest market with regulation as the most significant driver.

Published: 7/16/2018

VIDEO: NPE2018’s Materials & Additives Trends in Focus
Plastics Technology Senior Editor Lilli Manolis Sherman discusses advances and trends on display in resins and additives at NPE2018 with Executive Editor Jim Callari.

Published: 7/9/2018

Biodegradable Films & Nets for Vegetables Sourced from Horticultural Wastes
Spain-based plastics and agricultural R&D collaboration leads to biodegradable packaging from fruit & vegetable by-products. 

Published: 5/25/2018

Fully Compostable Single-Serve Coffee Capsule Launched
A new generation of coffee capsules is made of 100% NatureWorks Ingeo PLA. 

Published: 4/27/2018

PolyOne Emphasizes its Materials & Services in Future Mobility Innovations
At its Investors Day at NPE2018, PolyOne will present details about transportation solutions as one of several high-growth focus areas.

Published: 3/12/2018

Global Bioplastics Market to Grow 20%
Emerging low-carbon circular economy, stronger policy support for the bioeconomy, and increased consumer awareness drive expansion.

Published: 2/16/2018

PE Film Market Snapshot: Consumer Can Liners
Huge market projected to grow by 3.6%/yr through 2020. Environmental issues remain a challenge.

Published: 1/19/2018

Mold Can Infiltrate & Weaken Bio-composite Materials
Research looks at if and when mold will grow on bio-materials and how it might affect the final product.

Published: 11/30/2017

Post-Consumer PET Bottles Turned to New ‘True’ Black Jeans
Unifil’s Repreve recycled fiber used by Cone Denim in a new line of black jeans.

Published: 11/29/2017

“Green PE” Used for Carbon Negative Composted Leaf Package
Braskem and Trinity Packaging partner up to help Maryland county improve their composting program through packaging alternative.