Plastics for the Automotive, Horticulture, 3D Printing, Consumer Goods, and Construction Sectors

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This edition of the Plastics Advisor TOE profiles sustainable plastic alternatives for applications in automotive, horticulture, 3D printing, and consumer goods. It also profiles technologies of biobased plastics made with the aid of microorganisms, and fluorinated plastics using Escherichia coli bacteria strain. In addition, a novel technology that utilizes plastic waste for more sustainable concrete production in the construction sector is presented.Plastics Advisor TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights of various plastics and composites and also analyses their impact across various industries. The Materials and Co

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Plastics for the Automotive, Horticulture, 3D Printing, Consumer Goods, and Construction SectorsInnovations in Plastics for Automotive, Horticulture, 3D Printing, Consumer Goods, and Construction SectorsUV Stabilizer for Thermoplastic Polylefins and Reinforced PlasticsProduction of Biodegradable Plastic by CyanobacteriaRecycled Plastic Waste for Reinforced Concrete Range of Toys Made of Biobased PlasticBiodegradable Coffee Capsules Fluorinated Bioplastics Made by Common Bacteria Strain3D Printing with a Biobased Resistant PlasticSuper-Absorbent Soya Derived Bioplastic for Horticulture Industry ContactsKey ContactsKey Contacts (continued)

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