Game changing fully recyclable polyethylene packaging solution

Game changing fully recyclable polyethylene packaging solution

Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics (P&SP), has developed an innovative formulation of polyethylene (PE) resins to create a new sustainable all PE laminate solution with flexible packaging applications. Current flexible packaging solutions contain multiple layers of different polymers and additives that are incompatible during the recycling process, requiring complex processes break down. Dow’s revolutionary mono-material all PE laminate packaging solution brings to the table a solution that does not compromise on – aesthetics, brand perception and performance while the postconsumer packaging will remain 100 percent recyclable at the end of its lifecycle. Read More


Towards the end of 2017, the European Union denied the authorization of formaldehyde as a preservative and hygiene condition enhancer. Foreseeing this decision, Perstorp has been researching the mode of action and effectiveness of organic acids against Salmonella for years.New data brought to light that propionic acid reduces the motility of Salmonella and that specifically selected essential oils have a synergetic effect with organic acids. A new range of ProPhorce SA products puts these new insights to optimal use. Read More


By Rosanna Telesca: Founded in 1965, SONGWON Industrial Group develops, produces and supplies additives and speciality chemicals worldwide. The company, which is headquartered in Ulsan, Korea and recently celebrated its fiftieth anniversary, has grown from a small organization active mainly in Asia to become the second largest manufacturer of polymers stabilizers worldwide and a global speciality chemicals company with branches and production facilities all over the world. Read More


Research and innovation remain at the heart of European chemical sectorInitiatives such as SusChem, and active adoption of low carbon technology, for the development of sustainable chemicals are attractiveFierce global competition owing to high energy expenditure and challenging raw material costs to challenge the chemical sectorBrexit remains a future threat to European chemical sector, notably exports, and demand important reforms to prevent the plausible risks.By Madhavi Bhosale Read More


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