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Editorial

  • KPMG releases Industry 4.0 report, encourages companies to be bold

    KPMG, a professional service company and auditor, recently released a report intended to separate the reality of Industry 4.0 (i4.0) from the hype that surrounds this concept, which incorporates automation, data exchange, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud computing within a manufacturing framework. details>>
  • AkzoNobel teaming up with Ocean Cleanup to turn tide on marine pollution

    AkzoNobel has announced that it is partnering with The Ocean Cleanup to hasten the process of ridding the ocean of plastic pollution. details>>
  • Brunel University student creating skateboards out of plastic bags

    Jason Knight, a 22-year-old industrial design student at Brunel University in London (U.K.), has tried to make plastic recycling more interesting for younger generations by using a compact press to turn plastic shopping bags into material for building skateboard decks. details>>
  • IAPD hosting webinar on using thermoplastics in chemical handling systems

    On Monday, June 26, the International Association of Plastics Distribution (IAPD), comprised of companies engaged in the distribution and manufacture of performance plastics, will host a webinar on using thermoplastics for chemical handling systems. details>>
  • Unilever plans on testing new recycling concept at Indonesian facility

    Consumer goods producer Unilever has pledged to make 100 percent of its packaging recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025 and recently announced a potential breakthrough in recycling technology with the CreaSolv Process. details>>
  • UMass Lowell researchers receive funding to improve quality of plastic products

    Professor David Kazmer from the University of Massachusetts - Lowell Department of Plastics Engineering was one of three teachers to be awarded funding from the Technology Development Fund to continue a research project and bring it closer to market. details>>
  • MacArthur Foundation announces $2 million prize for stopping ocean plastic

    The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has created the New Plastics Economy Innovation Prize to offer as much as $2 million in funding. details>>
  • SPE announces 2017 Plastics for Life Winners at annual conference

    The Society of Plastic Engineers (SPE) announced the winners of the fourth annual Plastics for Life Global Parts Competition, which recognizes plastic products that improve lives. details>>
  • New report finds 38 million bits of plastic litter on remote island

    A recent report from the University of Tasmania found that Henderson Island in the South Pacific, uninhabited and one of the most remote islands in the world, was littered with an estimated 37.7 million pieces of plastic. details>>
  • UTA engineer using recycled plastic to shore up highways

    University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) civil engineering professor Sahadat Hossain is publishing a book based on his research into turning landfill plastics into giant pins that can be inserted into falling soil on highway slopes. details>>
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