We all want to live well and be safely provided for. However, we would also like to see careful use of our limited natural resources. This desire is in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and the European Union. To meet them, we need to change a number of things and even forgo others.
This page tells you more about changes and innovations in the plastics industry in terms of raw materials, production as well as the circular economy and recycling. These will be key to the greater sustainability of plastics, the material of the future.
The whole world is working towards emitting less carbon dioxide to put a stop to climate change as far as possible. It’s therefore a good idea to use CO2 can be recycled. The plastics industry, for example, uses it in its production processes. as a valuable chemical raw material.read more
The downside, however, is that fishing activity is booming, resulting in increased overexploitation of the oceans. More and more fish farming sites are being built onshore to counteract this. And guess what: their production facilities are made of plastic.read more
Deckel auf, Müll rein, Klappe zu – ist doch egal, was oben draufsteht. Ganz Open the lid, throw the rubbish in, close the lid – it doesn't matter what it says on top. Totally wrong! We need to be careful where we dispose of our waste if we want to help protect the environment.read more