Secondary Raw Materials of the Future
Recycling Halogen-Free Flame-Retardant Plastics. Example: Polyamide
At present, flame-retardant plastic parts past their service lifetime are predominantly used energetically. The further development of the circular economy makes it necessary to rethink materials recycling. However, this issue becomes increasingly complex wherever such additives as flame retardants, fibers, or fillers are used.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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