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Plastic Industry.

David Young

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I agree the it is unlikely to die anytime soon. There will, however, also likely be increasing focus on the "reduce, reuse recycle" issues- particularly as government legislation comes into force.
 

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I agree the it is unlikely to die anytime soon. There will, however, also likely be increasing focus on the "reduce, reuse recycle" issues- particularly as government legislation comes into force.
Absolutely. We manufacture plastic for industrial use and I’m trying to get this “reduce, recycle and reuse” mantra. Need to change machinery+develop a recycling method.
Thanks for your reply.
 

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I've dabbled in TDA and MDA polyols and tried to compete with Momentive and sell them to BASF in Shanghai.

I'd say the future is very strong. I like the way you think.

Where 2000 people are selling lamps on Amazon, some raw material suppliers have a virtual monopoly. Food for thought.
 
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scott.legendre

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As long as people prefer to use a plastic spoon rather than wash a dish, I think the industry will do just fine.

Every "recyclable" product I've been offered comes at 1.5x-2x the cost. No thanks.
 
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