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Plastics News Now: Tupperware takes a stand for gender equalityMay 14, 2015 9:29 am ET
Tupperware's CEO joins the HeForShe movement, standardized terms sought for plastics recycling and Keurig backpedals on reusable cup.
Astronauts get a jolt of caffeine thanks to plasticsMay 7, 2015 9:10 am ET
Espresso is served on the International Space Station for the first time, a documentary will take a look at all things Lego and Lowe's is dipping its toes into 3-D printing home decor items.
Plastics News Now: Ford flips for new world recordApril 30, 2015 9:46 am ET
Ford Motor Co. uses plastic tracks to make world record Hot Wheels run, Fiat Chrysler uses 3-D printed part to test efficiency and a housing project uses Lucite to create shade.
Plastics News Now: Ontario ditches paper for plasticApril 23, 2015 9:32 am ET
Ontario, Canada, moves to polymer-based birth certificates, Adidas tackles plastic ocean waste, and a year's worth of bloopers.
Plastics News Now: Musicians back recycled plasticsApril 16, 2015 6:00 am ET
Pharrell Williams touts recycling plastics while will.i.am helps a major hotel chain turn to sheets made with recycled plastics. Also, the Seattle Mariners pitch sustainability at the ballpark.
Plastics News Now: Arizona passes ban on plastic bag bansApril 9, 2015 9:23 am ET
Arizona lawmakers passed a bill to ban bans, a couple designs a unique plastic party plate and Ford puts more plastics in the F-150.
Plastics News Now: Vinyl fights EbolaApril 2, 2015 6:00 am ET
A fundraiser for vinyl protective gear was in full force at NPE, Conair constructed a mock clean room at the show, and solar plane is on its way around the Earth.
Plastics News Now: Highlights from NPE 2015March 25, 2015 6:35 pm ET
We wrap our week of coverage of NPE 2015 with a look at a plastic can looking to replace tin, robots and the Freeformer.
Plastics News Now at NPE: Monday wrap up showMarch 23, 2015 9:31 pm ET
All the news from the first day of NPE 2015 in Orlando, Fla.
Plastics News Now: Team 1 Plastics' impressive safety streakMarch 19, 2015 9:14 am ET
Michigan molder has gone more than 5,000 days without a loss time accident, video of the injection molding machines destined for NPE that were stolen and damaged, and scientists get 'pi-ed' for charity.
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