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VARTEGA, BRASKEM | May 20, 2021
Braskem, the Americas' largest polyolefins producer and the world's biggest biopolymer producer, today announced an extended collaboration with Vartega Inc., a leading recycler of advanced materials, including carbon fibre reinforced plastics, for a new 3D Printing Filament Recycling Program. Braskem recently added new, advanced carbon fibre reinforced polypropylene filament for 3D printing ("CF-PP") to its 3D printing product line ("FL900PP-CF"). This product is made...
Asahi Kasei | May 13, 2022
Asahi Kasei, a diversified Japanese multinational company, has developed a system to calculate the carbon footprint of products for the synthetic rubber and elastomers products Asadene™, Tufdene™, Asaprene™, Tufprene™, Asaflex™, Tuftec™, and S.O.E.™ with CFP data provision to customers scheduled to begin in June 2022. CFP visualization is achieved utilizing the DEEP3 group-wide management infrastructure as a part of the System, which also enables examina...
UL | September 23, 2020
UL, a leading safety science company, announced today a collaboration with Agilis Chemicals. The collaboration leverages UL Prospector®, a leading search engine for chemical materials and ingredients and Agilis' e-commerce technology expertise in the chemical industry, to offer purchase and fulfillment solutions to Prospector users. Formulators and engineers who rely on Prospector for material and ingredient research and selection can now initiate material purchasing while on Prospector....
The Globe and Mail | March 11, 2020
The federal government intends to designate plastics as toxic substances, a move industry stakeholders say is unduly aggressive and detrimental to the sector’s brand. Listing plastics as toxic under Schedule 1 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA) will provide the government with the authority to regulate and limit certain products. The Liberals campaigned during the fall election on a promise to ban some single-use plastics as early as 2021, as part of a national strategy to...
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