PP prices in Europe fell

Domestic prices of polypropylene (PP) in Europe fell during the week ending May 12, ICIS reports. In the last three weeks, PP prices in Europe have been growing. ICIS notes that the profitability of polypropylene production based on naphtha in the region decreased by 4.8%, as raw material costs increased by 3.2%. At the same […]

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May PE prices decline in Europe

May prices for polyethylene (PE) in Europe are falling relative to the April level, as contract prices are not yet agreed, ICIS sources told the market. “May started well, but there are downward sentiments in the market,” said one of the producers. A similar situation with consumer activity in the market was in April, when […]

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In the Kiev region on the territory of the former children’s camp found Lviv garbage – the police

Two trucks with environmentally hazardous waste were found by the police inspector on the territory of the former children’s camp in the village of Zavalovka in the Kyiv region. In the village of Zavalovka in the Kiev region illegally unloaded garbage was found from Lviv. This was reported by the press service of the Main […]

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Biopolymer future is closer than it seems

Danone and Nestlé Waters have teamed up with the Californian Origin Materials start-up in the NaturALL Bottle Alliance to launch an industrial production of plastic bottles of biomaterial, TASS reported citing the Environmental Leader. “Our goal is to build a cyclical economy in the packaging industry by attracting sustainable materials and reusing all plastics,” said […]

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