100 years of plastics

Unlimited possibilities for the future

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Design: polymers are always up to something!

Plastics - the Facts 2020

An analysis of European plastics production, demand and waste data

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Future Proof Plastics

Seminar Future Proof Plastics 19 november Three-Sixty Veghel was een groot succes! Een verslag van het Seminar en de presentaties kunt u hier downloaden.  

Plastics 2030

PlasticsEurope’s Voluntary Commitment to increasing circularity and resource efficiency

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Digibordles "Het Plastic Experiment"

Met een live webinar heeft PlasticsEurope Nederland samen met Centrum JongerenCommunicatie Chemie (C3) op donderdag 3 juni de digibordles ‘Het plasticexperiment’ gelanceerd, te vinden op c3.nl/plasticexperiment. Hiermee kunnen leraren van het basisonderwijs en onderbouw voorgezet onderwijs in een handomdraai een leuke en leerzame les geven over bioplastic en duurzaamheid waarin leerlingen (8 tot 14 jaar) zelf bioplastic gaan maken.




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Plastics head off to summer sun

Lightweight, weatherproof and strong, everyone will be packing plastics for the great summer getaway. Without plastics, you can forget about water sports, picnics or hiking! But at a time of scientific concern about plastic litter in the oceans, they have to be kept doing strictly what they’re meant to.
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The plastics that are worth the trip

Although it was still preserve of a certain elite a few decades ago, travel has become more affordable. The Internet revolutionised the organisational side of travel, and polymers made it easier by providing optimal comfort for travellers...

Plastics head off to summer sun


The plastics that are worth the trip


A self-inflating safety device


An ergonomic armrest to combine telecommuting and comfort


Tomorrow’s vehicles: polymers lending their weight to the future

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