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Material Insights: A new resin for Lego

Lego A/S is setting a target to use a sustainable resin in its signature bricks by 2030, replacing ABS. News about the eventual switch is featured in our Material Insights video.

Published: February 24, 2014 2:04 pm ET
Updated: February 24, 2014 2:18 pm ET

Lego A/S is setting a target to use a sustainable resin in its signature bricks by 2030, replacing ABS. News about the eventual switch is featured in our Material Insights video.

Our report, hosted by Plastics News senior reporter Frank Esposito, also features news from the Crain's Shale Summit 2014 about the impact of plentiful supplies of natural gas in North America will have on the global resin market.

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