MATERIALS: Biocomposite Uses ‘Green’ HDPE

New Product Announcements From: Plastics Technology

Posted on: 12/4/2012

WEB EXCLUSIVE: RheTech, Inc., offers a new grade of RheVision biocomposite using sugar cane-based HDPE supplied by Brazil’s Braskem (U.S. office in Philadelphia, Pa.). The initial product is RheTech’s first “green biocomposite,” in that it uses both bio-fiber and a biobased polymer.

 

WEB EXCLUSIVE: RheTech, Inc., offers a new grade of RheVision biocomposite using sugar cane-based HDPE supplied by Brazil’s Braskem (U.S. office in Philadelphia, Pa.). The initial product is RheTech’s first “green biocomposite,” in that it uses both bio-fiber and a biobased polymer. This first product uses wood fiber but RheTech plans to develop products with other natural fibers, including rice hulls, agave, flax, and coconut shell.

 



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