Consumer trends driving major plasticiser innovation



EPPM's EUREKA Series touches on the out-of-the-box thinking that may seem peculiar now, but could influence and innovate plastics as we know it in the future.

  • Jaws-dropping

    A microscopic pattern mimicking a shark's skin has the power to inhibit bacterial growth. EPPM quizzed Sharklet Technologies to learn more about how this breakthrough could transform medical plastics. more »

    Feb 11, 2016 materials

  • Ocean drive

    Circular Ocean is a multi-organisational project that aims to develop green economies and reduce plastic rubbish on Northern Europe's remotest coasts by developing new purposes for marine litter and old fishing nets. more »

    Oct 19, 2015 industry

  • Adidas

    Adidas Group

    From sea to street: Adidas creates first recycled ocean plastic shoe

    Adidas and Parley for Oceans have presented a world first to the UN, a training shoe made using plastic ocean waste that demonstrates how big brands can use the vast resource of sea litter to make great products. more »

    Jul 9, 2015 materials

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