Posted on 04/04/2023 in Fire Safety Regulatory Recycling 2023
pinfa recycling brochure published

pinfa publishes brochure summarising state-of-the art knowledge and testing on PIN flame retardants and recycling. The 20-page document, available in pdf, looks at how PIN FRs impact plastics recycling, and provides examples of recovery and recycling of PIN FRs and of PIN FRs to ensure fire safety of recycled materials. The brochure includes summaries of

  • Fraunhofer LBF – pinfa trials of multiple cycle ageing – mechanical recycling of various PIN FR – polymer compounds
  • PNO expert research and market perspective analysis on PIN FR recycling
  • Fifteen recent science publications covering trials of (mechanical, solvent) recycling of plastics or cables containing PIN FRs, applications of PIN FRs to enable recycling of end-of-life plastics, textiles, etc., use of materials recovered from wastes to produce PIN FRs and recycling of elements recovered from PIN flame retarded materials for other uses

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