Sustainability - news on Plastech
LEGO botanical elements such as leaves, bushes and trees will be made from plant-based plastic sourced from sugarcane in the future and will appear in LEGO boxes already in 2018.
German supermarket chain targets 20% savings on plastics by 2025 and declares full recyclability of packaging for own brands.
The EU-funded INCOM project has used cellulosic nanofiber to reinforce composite sandwich structures, thus reducing their weight and increasing their sustainability.
Six European organisations from the plastics value chain have committed, in cooperation with the European Commission, to launch Circularity Platforms aiming to reach 50% plastics waste recycling by 2040.
McDonald's to eliminate foam packaging from their global system by the end of 2018.
Borealis and Borouge celebrate the tenth anniversary of their Water for the World programme, having helped 800,000 people to access clean water and sanitation.
Curated by TEPPFA and in partnership with four National Associations, Discover Plastics drives awareness of the natural suitability of plastic pipes for sewer and stormwater applications.
Solvay is joining the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions, created by Solar Impulse founder Bertrand Piccard, to promote efficient technologies, processes and systems that help improve the quality of life on earth.
Guardian solar control glass gives architects freedom to play with colours and reflections on the BNL-BNP Paribas HQ in Rome
DuPont Industrial Biosciences President William Feehery to Speak at The Economist’s Sustainability Summit on Advances in Sustainable Biotechnology
Borealis launches the innovative grade HE4883, an ADCA-free material solution for physically foamed
VinylPlus announces exciting expert speaker line-up for VinylPlus Sustainability Forum 2017