Blowmolded using OceanBound plastic from Envision Plastics Industries (Chino, CA), the bottle sports a metallic, pearlescent-effect finish enbled by the compounding expertise of Techmer PM (Clinton, TN).
Scientists at the University of Sheffield in the UK have developed a polyurethane-based mesh embedded with estrogen. The material’s strength and elasticity make it a better fit than currently used polypropylene, and the estrogen promotes the formation of new blood vessels, accelerating healing.
High-molecular-weight polyethylene for film jumped $0.03/lb, as a major producer declared force majeure on this resin after more than a month of production issues. Meanwhile, injection-grade high-density polyethylene and linear low-density polyethylene butene both lost a little ground last week.