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7 August, 2017

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Thermoplastic elastomers today are stretching their reach into packaging applications and are meeting the demand for more sustainable materials; while a host of promising technologies are under way that are aimed at boosting recycling productivity and recyclate quality, in some cases, all that is needed is a simple tweak; automation carries the day in blow moulding; and cars lighten up safely with carbon fibre in structural applications.

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