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  • Carolinas start ad campaign to explain how plastic recycling creates jobs

    The Carolina Plastics Recycling Council has created a new advertising campaign targeted to residents of North and South Carolina encouraging the recycling of two plastic bottles per week in order to create and sustain jobs. details>>
  • Connecticut non-profit turning to 3-D printing for revenue

    Access Independence in Stratford, Conn., a non-profit organization that provides independent living opportunities for persons with disabilities, has dealt with state budget cuts in an innovative manner. details>>
  • Corporations sign on to plastic recycling agreement in Davos

    At the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, a number of the world's largest corporations were among 40 businesses that endorsed the New Plastics Economy initiative, which calls for the reuse and recycling of 70 percent of the world's plastic. details>>
  • GE committing $10 million to future of additive manufacturing

    GE announced that it was dedicating $10 million over the next five years to support schools interested in providing additive manufacturing technologies to students around the world. details>>
  • EU awards NanoPack 7.7 million euros to make food packaging safer

    The European Union (EU) announced that it was awarding the international NanoPack consortium, which is led by Technion (Israel Institute of Technology) and funded in part by Horizon 2020 (the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation), to find packaging solutions to extend the shelf-life of food. details>>
  • ANSI has primer on difference between 3-D printing and additive manufacturing

    The American National Standards Institute (ANSI), which is based in Washington, D.C. and oversees business standards and conformity assessment systems, recently released a primer to define the difference between 3-D printing and additive manufacturing. details>>
  • U.K. company working on thermoplastic overmolding project

    Surface Generation, a carbon fiber processing provider based in the United Kingdom, recently announced that it is beginning an 18-month research and development project to produce lightweight carbon fiber components for the automotive industry. details>>
  • Adidas set to open SPEEDFACTORY in Atlanta to 3-D print sneakers

    Adidas is also one of several shoe manufacturers that have turned to 3-D printing for dynamic designs and responsive sneakers and that will continue in the company's new SPEEDFACTORY facility that it is planning on opening in Atlanta this year. details>>
  • British plastics company helps homes stay warmer in the winter

    Omega Plastics and a local entrepreneur created the Chimney Sheep, an environmentally-friendly product that blocks drafts in open fireplaces that has become popular for keeping homes warmer during the winter months. details>>
  • Articles point towards 3-D printing and plastics improving air travel

    A pair of articles released within a day of each other has turned the focus to additive manufacturing and plastics for improving air travel and the aerospace industry in general. details>>
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