The pandemic has altered perceptions of plastic single-use products, which are considered more hygienic than reusable items, according to a study. Analysts forecast a short-term boost for the global single-use food service product market, which...
Case Western Reserve and the University of Wisconsin-Madison are advancing new solutions for difficult-to-recycle polymers.
The world’s first lightweight 3D printed fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) footbridge will be installed at Kralingse Bos park – the green heart of Rotterdam. This heralds the transition towards the next generation of bridges, offering high...
Now is the time to push ahead with solutions for a sustainable future for plastics.
Solutions to technical challenges in making laminated flexible packaging recyclable are possible — here’s a detailed example of a vendor collaboration in India.
Solid-material membranes developed by researchers in Japan potentially can perform as efficiently as liquid-based counterparts.
On the heels of a new study on the presence of microplastics in the environment, plastic is getting a lot of attention in the media . . . again.
A new technique for adding nanocellulose to polymers that minimizes the use of solvents could reduce costs for manufacturers.
Researchers at Cornell developed a novel polymer for the commercial fishing industry to reduce marine pollution.