has been the home of PET
recycling facilities for decades and served as the headquarters for the former Image Carpets, which was founded in 1976.
The new deposit law thus indirectly boosted German consumption of PET
beer containers in Germany from 150 million to 1 billion per year, according to Gordon Bockner, president of consulting firm Business Development Associates.
Three kinds of chloroform solutions each containing the PET
fibers and having a different concentration were prepared and a dropping time of the solutions was measured using an Ubbelohde viscometer, and thereafter, a specific viscosity of the solutions having the respective concentrations was calculated and the intrinsic viscosity thereof was determined.
Berner Plastic Group SL in Aldaya (Valencia), Spain, takes five- and seven-layer barrier film scrap from blown film processors and alloys the material in an extruder with PET
bottle flake, then extrudes the mix into monofilament for brush bristles.
According to NAPCOR, the amount of PET
shipped to export markets in 2002 grew 17.
The three most commonly used methods for trimming PET
involve using steel-rule dies, forged dies, and matched-metal dies.
The breakthrough by PCC and RPC is the incorporation of a lever lid in a PET
Today, the only known commercial foamer of PET
in the U.
In general, these trials showed that PD-8201 permits a wider molding "window" than other PET
materials, Boulier reports.
The Web site for pet boutique Bow Wow, where Marks shopped for Dakota, reminds customers that pets deserve the creme de la creme.
Straw goes beyond the physical aspects of health and discusses the importance of giving thoughtful consideration to the emotional health of pets and to guarding them against unnecessary stresses that can lead to anxiety, depression, or other maladies.
Veterinary costs are growing as more pets receive sophisticated medical treatments--including hip replacements, cataract surgery and chemotherapy--which range in cost from $100 to $10,000.