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Plastics from greenhouse gas are no dream, says Bayer Plastics from greenhouse gas are no dream, says Bayer
If this scale-up project is successful not only will highly insulating polymer products be created utilising CO2 but the CO2 will be scrubbed from the emissions from a coal fired power-station. It works at lab-scale, now Euro 4.5 million is available to take this “dream” to the next stage
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Polymers HALp the elderly to lift and move with an exoskeleton Polymers HALp the elderly to lift and move with an exoskeleton
Bayer MaterialScience is supplying high-quality material for an innovative exoskeleton designed to support the human motor function and strength. Robot Suit ® HAL®, developed and manufactured by the Japanese company CYBERDYNE, is now on show at the Bayer MaterialScience stand at the world’s biggest plastics fair K 2010 in Düsseldorf.
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Diesel from end of life plastics will be made in London this year Diesel from end of life plastics will be made in London this year
Sita says it will build 10 plants across the UK to convert end of life plastic into diesel fuel. The company will commission the first plant in London this year. Combined, the 10 proposed plants will convert 60,000 tonnes of mixed waste plastic per year to produce four million litres of diesel. The company proposes to build two to three conversion plants per year.
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Insurance Premium Tax (IPT)Insurance Premium Tax (IPT)
Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) was first introduced on October 1, 1994, by the Concervative Government as a single 2.5% rate tax on insurance
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BPF Welcomes Government Focus on Manufacturing  BPF Welcomes Government Focus on Manufacturing
The BPF has made a strong contribution to Government thinking on growing the manufacturing economy in a response to the Government’s ‘Growth Review Framework for Advanced Manufacturing’.
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HSE Inspectors may charge for adviceHSE Inspectors may charge for advice
HSE Inspectors may charge for advice
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Plastics 2020 Challenge Welcomes Institution of Civil Engineers Waste Report Plastics 2020 Challenge Welcomes Institution of Civil Engineers Waste Report
The Plastics 2020 Challenge has welcomed the findings of the Institution of Civil Engineers’ report State of the Nation: Waste and Resource Management
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BPF Spearheads India PushBPF Spearheads India Push
Thirteen UK companies have taken a stand at this week’s Plastivision exhibition in Mumbai.
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PVC 2011 to Launch Ten Year Programme of the European PVC Industry PVC 2011 to Launch Ten Year Programme of the European PVC Industry
The opening plenary session of PVC 2011 on 12th April promises to be a highly
significant day in the continuing sustainable development of PVC
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RIBA and the BPF launch national academic lecture series on Smart MaterialsRIBA and the BPF launch national academic lecture series on Smart Materials
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has partnered with the BPF to deliver a lecture series on Smart Materials across ten UK schools of architecture during 2011.
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A New Era for a Major UK Plastics Recycling Company A New Era for a Major UK Plastics Recycling Company
REGAIN Polymers Limited, a new independent business backed by funds managed by investment group Chamonix Private Equity has acquired The Plastics Recycling Division of LINPAC Packaging Limited.
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Packaging Trends focus of February 17th BPF seminar Packaging Trends focus of February 17th BPF seminar
The British Plastics Federation’s ‘Trends in Plastics Packaging’ seminar to be held on 17th February 2011 in Rotherham will examine the current market position of plastics packaging in the UK and explore key trends and future innovations shaping the UK’s packaging industry.
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BPF Takes Sustainable Manufacturing to Plastivision 2011BPF Takes Sustainable Manufacturing to Plastivision 2011
The BPF is to once again showcasing the UK as a global leader in Sustainable Manufacturing through the upcoming ‘Sustainable Manufacturing Forum' taking place at Plastivision 2011 on Friday 21st January 2011.
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BPF pledges support for ‘Love Where you Live’ litter campaignBPF pledges support for ‘Love Where you Live’ litter campaign
The BPF's Director General Peter Davis reiterated the plastics industry’s commitment to increasing plastics recycling and helping to reduce the wide social problem of litter at The National Litter Convention
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AKI makes intricate new particle analyser that leaves customer Malvern Instruments beaming AKI makes intricate new particle analyser that leaves customer Malvern Instruments beaming
Technical plastics moulder A K Industries (AKI) of Hereford manufactures thousands a month of a new and improved Zetasizer™ particle analyser for Malvern Instruments and tests 100% of them.
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JUBB UK LTD Wins SME of the Year at the UK Packaging Awards 2010JUBB UK LTD Wins SME of the Year at the UK Packaging Awards 2010
JUBB UK is proud to announce its recent success at the UK Packaging Awards where the company beat off competition to claim the award for SME of the Year 2010.
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East Midlands Businesses Reap the Benefits East Midlands Businesses Reap the Benefits
With trade at the heart of Britain’s foreign policy and key to economic recovery in the UK, businesses in the East Midlands are being invited to take advantage of the extensive support UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) can offer to develop overseas trade through their exclusive Gateway to Global Growth Programme.
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K2010 success for BPF Pavillion K2010 success for BPF Pavillion
The substantial BPF presence at the K Fair in Dusseldorf is paying dividends for the UK’s plastics industry with UK exhibitors reporting great successes at the show.
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Violence in Pubs and Clubs - are plastic glasses the answer?Violence in Pubs and Clubs - are plastic glasses the answer?
The Home Office and the Materials KTN recently held an event at the Institute of Materials called ‘21st century pint’ to address the issue around violence involving glass in pubs and clubs.
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BPF Trends in Packaging seminar to examine the future of plastics packaging BPF Trends in Packaging seminar to examine the future of plastics packaging
The British Plastics Federation (BPF) in partnership with Materials KTN will bring together leaders in the field of plastics packaging to take a detailed look at the key trends and innovations in plastics packaging .
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Spending Review : BPF on the AirSpending Review : BPF on the Air
BPF Director General, Peter Davis participated in a BBC Radio 5 Live panel commenting on the impact of the Spending Review on manufacturing.
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BPF steps towards AsiaBPF steps towards Asia
Delegations of senior industrialists from China and Vietnam presented the BPF with significant business development opportunities for the UK plastics industry in consecutive meetings held in London this Monday.
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Industry demonstrates strength in large turnout for 77th BPF Annual DinnerIndustry demonstrates strength in large turnout for 77th BPF Annual Dinner
Plastics Industry representatives were out in full force at the BPF’s Annual Dinner in what has been reported as one of the biggest turnouts in recent years.
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New Safety in Manufacturing Plastics (SIMPL) initiative launched today New Safety in Manufacturing Plastics (SIMPL) initiative launched today
SIMPL an industry-led initiative to improve health and safety in the plastics industry was launched today at the British Plastics Federation (BPF).
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Plastics in the sea – it’s needed for recycling and energyPlastics in the sea – it’s needed for recycling and energy
Speaking at the Royal Geographical Society debate “Plastics in the Oceans” yesterday, Peter Davis stressed the huge benefits in lightening vehicles, aircrafts and packaging to save fuel.
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Apprenticeships with Added ValueApprenticeships with Added Value
An enhanced Polymer Apprenticeship has just been launched by City of Wolverhampton College.
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Declarations of Conformity for Revisions to Building Regulations now Available from the BPFDeclarations of Conformity for Revisions to Building Regulations now Available from the BPF
Declarations of Conformity are now available to buy from the British Plastics Federation (BPF).
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Seven Association Alliance urges Chancellor to cut public spending Seven Association Alliance urges Chancellor to cut public spending
The BPF coordinated 7 Association Alliance of polymer related interest groups has written a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt. Hon George Osborne MP ahead of The Comprehensive Spending Review on 20th October which will determine fixed spending budgets over several years for each government department.
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EFSA re-confirmation of the safety of Bisphenol A (BPA) should ‘set consumers minds at ease,’ says BPFEFSA re-confirmation of the safety of Bisphenol A (BPA) should ‘set consumers minds at ease,’ says BPF
The British Plastics Federation (BPF) has welcomed the European Food Standards Agency’s (EFSA) confirmation of the safety of Bisphenol A.
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BPF takes part in the Marine Conservation Society's Beach Watch surveyBPF takes part in the Marine Conservation Society's Beach Watch survey
The British Plastics Federation’s (BPF) Director-General, Peter Davis took part in a Beach Clean on Cramond beach near Edinburgh on Saturday 18th September organised by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) as part of their ‘Beach Watch’ survey.
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