Safety of Plastics: Let's talk about it
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An analysis of European latest plastics production, demand and waste data
Plastics enable resource efficient mobility and better functionality by replacing heavier, traditional materials by lightweight plastic materials.
The use of plastics in the construction of automobiles gathered pace during the 1950s and it is now hard to imagine a car without plastics.
The use of plastics in building and construction saves energy, reduces costs, enhances quality of life and helps to protect the environment at the same time.
Today in Europe, buildings are responsible for roughly 40% of the EU's energy consumption and greenhouse gas pollution. Reducing energy consumption in buildings is one of the most important ways of tackling climate change and preserving resources.
Fluoropolymer resins are produced and sold worldwide by several manufacturers. They have found application in nearly every field of modern industrial, technological, and scientific endeavor. This guide includes information on the safe handling, processing and use of fluoropolymer resins.
An analysis of European plastics production, demand and waste data for 2011
‘Never change a winning team’ football keeps getting faster, more dynamic and sportive. and plastics are playing a decisive role in this development.
The plastics industry contributes to resource efficiency by providing plastic solutions for sustainable water supply and use cutting-edge technology to preserve drinking water.
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