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Axiall introduces biobased vinyl compounds

8:30 AM MDT | June 3, 2013 | Rebecca Coons

Axiall says it has commercially launched the market's first phthalate-free biobased flexible vinyl compounds. The company says the compounds, brand-named Aspire, offer "improved performance at a price that is equal to its traditional, nonsustainable counterparts."  Aspire products are derived from biobased plasticizers and are free of heavy metals. They are also low in volatile organic compounds and meet the Department of Agriculture's BioPreferred Program requirements with greater than 25% renewable content. "Axiall is one of the leading...

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