pinfa has launched an analysis of how recycling regulation and technologies will offer opportunities for PIN flame retardants. The study, contracted to PNO, will provide pinfa members with an overview of how plastics recycling will impact technical requirements for FRs in different sectors, a mapping of policy and regulatory developments and an assessment of possible impacts on flame retardant technologies and applications. This will be based on analysis of technical literature and interviews with industry and experts. The report should be available Q2 2022 and will enable pinfa to define possible research projects to collect technical data or further demonstrate compatibility of PIN FRs with specific material recycling routes as well as identifying priority areas for discussion with regulators and downstream users.
Recycling and perspectives for FRs
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