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 New EN standard for stormwater boxes

New EN standard for stormwater boxes

CEN has published a new set of standards for stormwater boxes. The new standards simplify the existing complicated market situation in Europe with a myriad of local standards, quality marks and approvals and make it easier for designers and purchasers to compare.


Ineos Styrolution highlights StyLight at Composites Europe

Ineos Styrolution highlights StyLight at Composites Europe

Ineos Styrolution’s StyLight portfolio ranges from PP (polypropylene) or SAN (styrene acrylonitrile) glass fiber composites suitable for non-visible structural applications to modified PP or SAN based composites specifically designed for aesthetic applications.


Sibur and Gazprom Neft to develop PP production in Omsk

Sibur and Gazprom Neft to develop PP production in Omsk

Sibur and Gazprom Neft have consolidated 100% of the authorised capital in Poliom, a polypropylene plant in Omsk. Sibgazpolimer, a joint venture of the two companies, has signed an agreement to acquire a 50% stake in Poliom from the Titan Group.


Over 120 companies to showcase recycling innovation at PRS Europe

Over 120 companies to showcase recycling innovation at PRS Europe

New ways to recycle plastics, technologies to improve recycling processes and new applications for recycled plastics are among the many innovations on show at the Plastics Recycling Show Europe 2019, taking place at the RAI Amsterdam on 10 and 11 April 2019.


Borealis increases PP capacity in Europe

Borealis increases PP capacity in Europe

Borealis has taken the final investment decision to expand the capacity of its PP plant in Kallo, Belgium, by 80kt. The added capacity is expected to come on stream in mid-2020.


Sabic to introduce new ultra-high melt flow PP

Sabic to introduce new ultra-high melt flow PP

At the upcoming RISI Asia Pacific Hygiene Products Symposium, Sabic will unveil an innovative new polypropylene (PP) resin product engineered to deliver enhanced properties in melt-blown fibers for nonwoven fabrics.


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