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Editorial

  • European Bioplastics calls for more investment in separate recycling streams

    European Bioplastics (EUBP), the association for the bioplastics industry in Europe, recently released a statement backing the Plastics Recyclers Europe (PRE) call for more investment into separate recycling streams for biodegradable plastics to improve waste management efficiency on the continent. details>>
  • Companies collaborating to make trash bags from recycled plastic scrap

    Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics announced that as part of its participation in the Trash Free Seas Alliance it will be collaborating with flexible packaging manufacturer Bemis Company, Inc. and converter Polykar, Inc. to create a trash bag from post-industrial plastic scrap. details>>
  • Article highlights use of collaborative robots in injection molding

    A recent article from Automation World highlighted the increasing use of collaborative robots (co-bots) in injection molding and other manufacturing processes to address worldwide labor shortages and to provide faster return on investment. details>>
  • Scientists question recent study about plastic-eating caterpillars

    That report is now in question by scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (Germany), who published a counterstatement arguing that sufficient proof of the biodegradation of the plastic material was present in the original research. details>>
  • VTT improving 3-D printing materials for wound care and decorative elements

    The VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is working to develop new bio-based 3-D printing pastes enhanced by cellulose nanofibrils. details>>
  • 3-D metal printing enables hypersonic propulsion breakthrough

    A recent article on Engineering.com detailed the problems and solutions being developed to enable hypersonic travel, particularly the work being done at Reaction Systems, Inc., a Colorado-based company working on cutting-edge technology in the aerospace and military industries. details>>
  • Novel antimicrobial polymer, Nouvex, receives EPA approval

    Poly Group LLC has announced that it has received approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EOA) Office of Pesticide Programs, Antimicrobial Division for Nouvex. details>>
  • Powerful storms take their toll on the plastics industry

    A report from IHS Markit, an analytics and solutions consulting company, provided an update on several markets in the wake of Hurrican Harvey and its devastating impact on the Gulf Coast of Texas. details>>
  • HP enters footwear market with innovative 3-D printing technology

    HP has announced it is officially entering the footwear market with the implementation of FitStation, a new platform that gives consumers a custom-fitted and individualized footwear. details>>
  • Researchers receive funding to develop 3-D printed heat exchangers

    Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have received an extension to funding to continue developing 3-D printed heat exchangers for power plants. details>>
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