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Holland researchers using renewable raw materials to develop plastics

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It is reported that the Netherlands has launched a research personnel on biological PBS (polybutylene succinate) compound research project APP, used in injection molding. The project jointly developed by the Food and Biological Research Center of Wageningen University and biological succinic acid manufacturers Reverdia.PBS is a conventional feedstock for the butylene succinate biodegradable aliphatic polyesters. Currently the APPS project will explore the possibility of developing the sustainability of biological PBS on the basis of biological succinic Reverdia on. TAGS:undefined
According to the Food and Biological Research Center of Wageningen University Karin Molenveld he said that an important objective of this project is to develop the use of renewable raw materials of plastic, allowed more widely and therefore have greater market potential.
In the development process focused on durability, toughness, chemical stability, etc., plastic product manufacturers such as RPC Promens and Teamplast will also be involved on reusable crates and other gardening verified.
Final baked polypropylene compound and compared to the latter aspect, although widely used in the injection molding applications, but the former can be greatly improved carbon footprint while not adversely affect the properties of the material.On the other hand, polyethylene foam recycling and styrofoam recycling is necessary.

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