Plastic waste: An embarrassing reminder of our throwaway society

Plastic waste was in the news and on the radio this week, and EPPM Editor Rose Brooke brought the argument that the blame cannot lie solely at the feet of the industry when what we need is investment and education. more

7 Dec 2017 17:02 editor's blog

LEGO launches Women of NASA

The world's favourite plastic building block toy is giving the accomplishments of NASA's brightest women a platform with its new Women of NASA set, which aims to inspire all children to pursue their STEM dreams. more

4 Dec 2017 15:23 editor's blog

Most-read European plastics headlines: October 2017

October is a famously busy month for plastics with Fakuma lighting a fire under the industry, so it comes as no surprise there was a glut of amazing plastics innovation stories hitting our screens. more

1 Nov 2017 09:00 editor's blog

Most-read European plastics headlines: September 2017

In September, circularity was top of the agenda for EPPM readers once again, with the PlasticsEurope 'Innovation with plastics for a circular and resource-efficient Europe' event in Brussels gaining the most interest. more

29 Sep 2017 11:17 editor's blog

Most-read European plastics headlines: August 2017

It seems sustainability, acquisitions and 3D printing all topped the bill for EPPM readers in August, as we look back on the most-clicked news items on eppm.com over the last month. more

30 Aug 2017 10:58 editor's blog

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