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Borealis launches PP portfolio that uses post-consumer recycled and virgin resin

4:47 PM MDT | May 27, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Borealis has launched a portfolio of polypropylene (PP) compound grades composed of post-consumer recycled (PCR) and virgin content for interior, exterior and under-the-bonnet (UTB) automotive applications, the company has announced.  One of the new products in the portfolio has a 25% PCR content, 20% talc and 55% virgin material, and is primarily intended for interior automotive applications such as door and trunk claddings and trims. The two other grades -- one with 25% PCR content, 30% talc and 45% virgin, and another with with 50% PCR content, 20% talc...

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