Cathay Dupont Award: Engineering Thermoplastics Are Going ‘Green’

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Published by:
Lindsey Akers
Published:
7/6/2017
Specs:
Flyer / 8.25" x 10.75"
2 pages
Category:
Outdoors & Nature
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cathay dupont award

As high-performance materials follow the path taken by some commodity resins, farming could replace drilling as suppliers rely more on plants than oil or gas for feedstocks.

Commodity resins like polyolefins and PET have been in the forefront of biobased and recycled-content news over the last five to 10 years, but some engineering thermoplastics have been catching up. To ensure that such sustainable plastics are widely adopted, suppliers have been aiming to make them comparable to conventional resins in performance and cost-effectiveness.

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