In the middle of the ocean, or under the guise of coastal plasticrust, the sight of plastic generally triggers the self-loathing of our industrial civilization.
Current changes in the scope of industrial responsibility are particularly relevant to the plastics value chain. Where can they go to find substitutes?
As the French government discusses a bill on the circular economy, let us take a step back on the process by which the industrial agenda of plastic is constituted.
The history of the equipment manufacturer Hutchinson demonstrates the importance of innovation. Its CEO, Jacques Maigné, shares his vision of current and future major issues in this industrial sector.
We often talk about the importance of a systemic vision of industrial problems. This is especially the case when it comes to plastics.