Editor in chief of PlasticsToday since 2015, Norbert Sparrow has more than 20 years of editorial experience in business-to-business media. He studied journalism at the Centre Universitaire d'Etudes du Journalisme in Strasbourg, France, where he earned a master's degree.
The initiatives include a new process for reporting device malfunctions, a proposed list of device accessories suitable for re-classification to the lowest-risk category and draft guidance on the issuance of Certificates to Foreign Government.
The Voltron kit, based on the animated series from the mid-1980s, is billed as the “biggest buildable Lego mech ever.” The concept originated on the company's Ideas site, where Lego enthusiasts can submit ideas for new products.
The Washington Post reported that the police "vehemently oppose the introduction of plastic guns into our armed society," and a prominent news magazine predicted the NRA will face a member revolt for opposing legislation to ban plastic guns. Don't recall seeing those articles? Here’s why.
As iconic brands, cities and even countries join the crusade to “stop sucking” and ban plastic straws, let's take a trip down memory lane and explore the evolution of drinking straws. Our journey begins a few thousand years ago with the Sumerians.