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Published: 4/22/2019

Aurora Plastics Acquires Elastocon
Aurora Plastics’ most recent acquisition further broadens its TPE offerings with Elastocon’s industry-recognized soft-touch portfolio. 

Published: 4/15/2019

Machine Builders Join Forces On Novel ‘Direct-to-Sheet’ Technology
PTi, Farrel Pomini team on sustainable technology platform that combines compounding and sheet extrusion at extremely high filler loadings.

Published: 4/10/2019

Nestlé Waters North America Wins 2019 Design for Recycling Award
Nestlé Waters received the award specifically for the design of its Nestlé Pure Life 700ml bottle made from 100 percent recycled PET plastic (rPET).

Published: 4/4/2019

FreshSafe PET Technology from KHS Meets APR’s Recyclability Criteria
PET bottles coated using Plasmax barrier technology have been recognized as being 100% recyclable by APR.

Published: 3/28/2019

Dow and BiologiQ Collaborate on Evaluation of Plant-Based Polymers
Potential synergies are being explored between BiologiQ’s NuPlasticQ biopolymer and Dow’s PE resin portfolio.

Published: 3/28/2019

Braskem America in New U.S. Distribution Partnership with PolyQuest for PP
Partnership leverages PolyQuest’s resin portfolio expansion and Braskem’s position as the largest PP producer in the Americas.

Published: 3/27/2019

Milliken Building Largest Clarifier Plant in its History
Growing global demand for Millad NX 8000 clarifier in PP applications is driving this major capacity expansion.

Published: 3/14/2019

Herbal Essences Unveils Brand’s First-Ever Beach Plastic Bottle
Three of the Herbal Essences bio:renew Collections will be available in these limited-edition Beach Plastic bottles from March to June 2019.

Published: 3/6/2019

Braskem Pursues Studies in Chemical Recycling
Actions of Braskem and partners will promote the reuse of post-consumer plastics by manufacturers. 

Published: 3/6/2019

Eastman to Launch Advanced Circular Recycling Technology
Through Eastman’s methanolysis process, polyester-based waste products are broken down to their monomers which can then be used to for new polyester production.